Level 36: 800,000/1,600,000 (1,600,000)
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.
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