Martin Kabrhel raised to 5,500,000 on the button and David Peters in the big blind three-bet to 22,000,000.
"How much do you have behind, please?" Kabrhel asked and took two minutes before making the call.
"Good luck David, maybe this is the last hand," Kabrhel added in table chat right before the flop fell . Peters opted to check and Kabrhel carefully counted his chips carefully for more than three minutes. After 3:40 minutes, he splashed in a bet worth 14,900,000 that fell over towards the middle of the table. Peters moved all in for 71,400,000 and Kabrhel snap-called.
Peters knew he was drawing to a chop with running straight cards and Kabrhel added "you have more David, maybe 300,000 more." The turn officially left the American drawing dead, which made the river a formality. The stacks were counted and both players were even in chips to end the tournament with a bang.
Peters had to settle for second place and a payday of €1,621,960, while Kabrhel won his second WSOP bracelet on home soil at King's Casino in Rozvadov.
A recap of today's action is to follow.