EPT Copenhagen winner Anton Wigg raised to 4,000 from the under the gun position and the player to his left called. Action got to Benjamin Pollak who decided to three-bet from the button to 14,500. Wigg was the only player who called and we got heads-up action from that point on.
The flop was and both players checked. We stayed in the same rhythm on the turn when the appeared and the river brought out the . Wigg grabbed chips and bet 18,400 and Pollak quickly called. Wigg turned over for a rivered set launching him to the second place on the leader board. Pollak loses a chunk but still has 150,000 in front of him.