I’m not sure how it came to this, but it looked like Leo Worthington-Leese had somehow got the lot in preflop with against Terje Brenseth’s , and then proceeded to smack the proverbial *censored* out of the board. To cheers from his enthusiastic rail, Worthington-Leese doubled up to 5.25 million while Brenseth was reduced to just 375k – pretty much a single big blind.
Meanwhile on the other table, Lars Larsson was making his last stand with a very respectable against Vincenzo Pinna’s so-so – only for the board to run out , relegating him to the rail in 15th place. GG, WP etc. Have €17,840.
…And then back to Brenseth, who, having folded for a few hands, now pushed his last big-blind-and-a-bit into the middle with. Flavio Laudani ([) and Josef Gulas [) both called, and proceeded to check it down. Gulas’ hand was the best by the end of the board, and out went Brenseth too, taking 14th place for €17,840.