Vojtech Ruzicka raised to 47,000 under the gun, and Kimon Lehmann made the call out of position in the big blind. They checked through the flop, and Lehmann checked again on the turn. Now Ruzicka continued out with 102,000, and Lehmann made the call. The river came the , and Lehmann check-called one last bet of 157,000.
At showdown, Ruzicka's was an airball, and Lehmann's was good enough to take the pot. Ruzicka was left with about 260,000.
On the very next hand, Ruzicka got that remainder into the middle with , and Guillem Cavaller ended up forcing everyone else out of the pot to look him up with . The board ran , and Ruzicka has run out of checks.
With his exit, we've run out of Czechs, too. He was the last man standing from the host nation, and it'll be a foreigner stealing the EPT trophy in Prague tomorrow.