Klaus Schiefer was under the gun and opened to 2,600. He saw action fold around to Marco Dittmann, who called from the hijack. The big blind also called and action went three handed to a flop of . Both the big blind and Schiefer then checked to put action on Dittmann.
Dittman fired 7,500 forward and the big blind sent his cards to the muck to put action onto Schiefer, who made the call. The turn brought a pair of tens on board and Schiefer once again checked. Dittmann put out a bet of 16,000, which prompted a check-raise all in by Schiefer. Dittmann immediately called.
Schiefer had flopped a double gutshot to potentially hit Broadway, only to find himself drawing dead when all the chips went in on the turn as his straight draw was already up against Dittmann's full house. The meaningless river did improve Schiefer, but his aces up were not enough to earn him the pot.
Stacks were pushed forward and Dittmann's was counted to be 72,700. Schiefer's was totaled at 71,700, just barely below that of Dittmann's, and he tapped the table and wished everybody a good game and good luck moving forward as he made his way from the table and left the tournament area.