Hand #202: Dan Cates moved all in with the and Daniel Colman, who looked down at the , asked for a count. Eventually Colman called the 11-big-blind shove and seemed pleased to be a 58% favorite.
The flop paired Colman's a six, but Cates was still drawing to the same outs. the turn wasn't one of them, and he had six cards he could catch on the river to stay alive. The dealer burned one final time and put out the , the last card of the 2014 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller.
Thanks to the deal, Cates will take home €1,283,400 for his runner-up finish.