Jakub Kotas Eliminated in 7th Place (€11,250)

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Jakub Kotas
Jakub Kotas

Pavel Stribrny min-raised from early position before Jakub Kotas jammed for 25 million from the big blind. Stribrny called and was primed to eliminate back-to-back former final table chip leaders.

Jakub Kotas: 4 4
Pavel Stribrny: 10 10

Kotas was unable to get any love with his fours with the Q 8 7 K 2 board and bubbled the WSOP Europe Main Event seat awarded to the top six players. He did still collect a healthy seventh place prize of €11,250.

Meanwhile, Stribrny extended his chip lead to 93 million in chips for more than double the stack of his nearest competitor in Arian Kashi with 42 million in chips.

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic93,000,00058
2Arian KashiDenmark42,000,00026
4Raul SavRomania15,000,0009
5Sebastian LenzGermany23,000,00014
6Ralf StamNetherlands29,000,00018
9Antonino KarmanHungary27,000,00017

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