With the EPT Main Event in the books, the William Kassouf's rail has gotten larger and he promised to buy them drinks on the next break. Even though his rail grew, his chip stack after the last few hands he got involved with has become smaller.
During the last hand, Tue Ullerup Hansen opened up from the button to 400,000 and Kassouf called from the big blind. Kassouf check-called a bet from Hansen of 225,000 on a flop. Both players checked when the appeared on the turn.
Kassouf then checked when the completed the board on the river. He said to his opponent to bet a variety of colors and to make the bet around 1,200,000. Hansen instead bet close to that firing out for 1,100,000. Kassouf tanked and told his opponent, "I still don't believe you." Told you I have two pair and still have two pair."
Once again Kassouf had time called on him. As has been the case many times today, he folded his hand after time was called.