Marton Czuczor raised to 900,000 and Simon Brandstrom moved all in from the big blind. Czuczor double-checked his stack and called all in for 8,775,000 in total.
It was a classic flip and Czuczor needed to hit in order to get back into contention. Nothing changed on the flop and the turn reduced the outs of Czuczor to six.
The river was a blank and the Swedish rail celebrated while Czuczor had to settle for a runner-up finish in an EPT Main Event for the second time. Czuczor claimed the biggest payday of his career with €1,253,234 and will take over the top spot in Hungary's all-time money list.
Brandstrom becomes the 11th EPT Main Event champion from Sweden and earns the trophy, top prize of €1,290,166 and the bragging rights that come along with it.
A full recap of today's action are to follow.