The final table was a fierce one, including the German ace, Karen Sarkisyan (Russia); Aaron Lim (Australia); Dan O'Brien (USA); Marcello Marigliano (Italy) and Fabrice Touil (France), of whom it was Russian player Karen Sarkisyan who secured his seat in the heads-up with Schemion.
The German had a strong chip lead and even though the two briefly discussed a chop, they failed to agree, which enabled Schemion to secure the win shortly afterwards along with the Euro 1,172,850 first prize.
As for Sarkisyan, he took home a second placing pay check worth Euro 693,494.
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