Last Hand of the Tournament: No Heads-Up, Bo Takes the Pot

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Last hand of TitanPoker ECPT Malta main event

Last hand of TitanPoker ECPT Malta Main Event

Bo Sehlstedt decided that his day had been long enough, so the last hand was a 3-way pot: no heads-up.

Michael Schuchardt was all-in for the third time in a row, and John van de Bruggen re-raised the all-in.

Bo Sehlstedt, the massive chip leader by far, asked for a chip-count of John’s stack.

The dealer took a few minutes to do so, and announced 362,000 chips. Bo decided to call, provoking a resounding “oooOOOOoooOOOh” from the viewing public.

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Bo had Ace-Queen

John showed 6-6

Michael showed 10-10

The flop was A-4-4 to which Bo said a little “yes!”

Turn was a 10, which gave a full-house to Michael

River was an incredible Ace, and gave a higher full-house to Bo Sehlstedt, who eliminated his two opponents in one hand.

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