The first half a dozen hands in heads-up play saw both players trade chips back and forth with a slight advantage for Ludovic "ludovi333" Geilich. However, that all changed in the last hand before the scheduled five-minute break.
Geilich raised the button to 318,675 and Ole "wizowizo" Schemion three-bet to 1,333,336 in the big blind, which was called by Geilich.
Schemion continued right away for 648,401 on the flop and did so again for 1,960,000 on the turn. Another call by Geilich followed and Schemion's shove for just shy of 5.9 million on the river secured the pot without showdown.