Under the gun, Fraser MacIntyre opened to 200,000, and Bruno Lopes three-bet shoved again. He had worked his stack all the way up to 1.72 million by that point, but his bid for a comeback was soon put in jeopardy. Small blind Andrei Stoenescu re-shoved, MacIntyre folded, and the cards were on their backs.
Lopes can't be faulted for his play, but he was unlucky enough to run into a monster. The flop was a pretty big miss, but the turn was the best non-ace in the deck. Lopes suddenly had a world of outs with one to come. He needed an ace, five, or diamond to stick around.
Close isn't close enough, and Lopes' EPT Madrid Main Event has come to an end. It's his largest live score and his second six-figure win this year, and it moves him up over $500,000 in career winnings.