While the break had already been announced, Koray Aldemir raised the hijack to 40,000. Action folded to Leon Tsoukernik in the big blind and he three-bet to 124,000. While some players were already getting up to grab dinner, Aldemir called.
The flop came and Tsoukernik bet 100,000. Aldemir called.
With the hitting the turn, Tsoukernik moved all in for 760,000. Aldemir had about 570,000 behind and reluctantly called with the after thinking about it for a bit. Tsoukernik showed .
The river was a blank and Tsoukernik high-fived his countryman Martin Kabrhel who had hung around after having just been eliminated the hand before.