Reuben Peters, PokerStars qualifier from Colorado, USA, wins EPT Dublin and €532,620
8.15pm -- Annette Obrestad, Norway, eliminated in second place for €297,800
On a flop of T-6-3 Annette bet 230k. Reuben moved all-in and Annette called for her tournament life. A-T for Reuben, pocket sevens for Annette who made a curse sound as she turned her cards over. A four on the turn, a three on the river. After a cursory count to make sure, it was all over. PokerStars qualifier Reuben Peters is the new EPT Dublin champion.
8.10pm -- A huge hand that has turned the tournament on its head. Reuben bet 52k which Annette re-raised over 100k more. Reuben called, seeing a king high flop. Now Annette bet 420k, a huge bet which Reuben seized to move all-in. A massive pot which, when Annette folded, flung the chip lead into the grateful hands of Reuben.
8.00pm -- Something strange has begun to happen. A shift in the force has allowed Reuben to add to his stack. Pots that had been going Annette's way began going the way of Reuben.
7.45pm -- Reuban moves in on a flop of 4-6-9. Annette calls showing top pair 9-J, but it's Reuben ahead with bottom two pair 4-6. They hold up, doubling him up to close to a million.