Tobias Reinkemeier took down the very final event of this season's European Poker Tour thanks to a mixture good cards, good play and the ability to make a big bluff when he really needed to.
Reinkemeier started the day 4th in chips, but really began to take control when he cold-decked Allen Bari's Ace-King with his own pocket Kings. From there Reinkemeier was always likely to be there towards the end and when he knocked out Sorrel Mizzi, it looked as though he might run over the table.
But he met his match in Oliver Busquet as the two of them tussled in a tense heads-up, though Reinkemeier admitted a slight advantage - He knew Busquet's online nickname, but Busquet did not know his.
Afterwards, a delighted Reinkemeier paid tribute to his opponent, calling him a "sick, sick player," while at the same time happily enjoying his win.
With the end of this tournament, the EPT will close down for a few months... But worry not! The European Poker Tour will return from Tallinn in Estonia in August and the Pokernews Live Reporting team will be back then to bring you all the news from Season 7 of the EPT.