Mustapha Kanit gave Ole Schemion a walk before the 93rd and the final hand of the final table played out.
Ole Schemion raised to 350,000 with the and Mustapha Kanit moved all in with the .
Schemion snap-called and after a flop, Kanit was all but dead with Schemion finding a third queen. The turn did give Kanit some hope, but the set-making river was too little too late for him.
Schemion won the pot, the 2016 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller and Kanit was forced to settle for second place.