Max Heinzelmann raised from the button but Martin Jacobson reraised from the small blind. Heinzelmann announced all in to cover Jacobson, who quickly called all in for 2,975,000.
A gigantic coinflip for Jacobson's tournament life.
Jacobson is going to have to wait a little longer for that elusive win. He takes fourth place at his unprecedented third EPT final in a single season, his fourth EPT final overall. Heinzelmann is up to 7.48 million.
Ben Wilinofsky raised to 240,000 on the button and Max Heinzelmann reraised to 590,000 from the small blind. No dwelling from the Canadian, "You win..." he simply stated.
A couple of hands later and Heinzelmann raised to 240,000 from UTG/CO before Martin Jacobson reraised all-in on the button. Everyone passed though Wilinofsky said, "You make me so sad Martin. I had a ten and a jack of the same suit, I hate having to throw away that hand..."
Ben Wilinofsky opened yet again, flat called by Max Heinzelmann. Over to small blind Martin Jacobson, who raised - the first time he's been involved like this preflop in a while. Big blind Vadzim Kursevich then moved all-in and it went instafold-instafold-instafold all round. Tidy pot, no showdown.
Ben Wilinofsky opened for a min-raise and Martin Jacobson flat-called on the button, the two checking the board to the river where Wilinofsky checked another time. Jacobson now fired out 330,000 and Wilinofsky gave up without too much care.
Ben Wilinofsky min-raised from the button and Max Heinzelmann shoved from the small blind. The last time this happened, Heinzelmann took the pot without a fight. This time, however, Wilinofsky asked for a count. Answer = 2.37 million.
Heinzelmann had been standing as though to leave, but as soon as the un-scary deuce on the turn left Wilinofsky drawing dead he sat back down again. With that, Heinzelmann doubled up to 4.91 million and is in second place. Wilinofsky dropped back below the 10 million mark, but remains 2:1 chip leader over the next guy.