It was a prolonged heads-up match, but we finally have a winner.
After Fabian Quoss opened for 160,000 on the button, Marvin Rettenmaier thought for about 20 seconds before announcing that he was all in. Quoss called off for right around 1.25 million and the cards were turned up.
Rettenmaier was good, and the action was paused so the tournament director could announce the action to the tournament room. When the dealer finally burned and put out the flop, a king was in the window, though it was followed by an ace... .
Rettenmaier maintained the lead, but the turn made things interesting as his German companion had picked up a flush draw. The dealer burned one last time and put out the . Quoss missed all his outs and finished as runner-up of the EPT9 Prague High Roller.