It came to be a final table dominated by two Swedish poker players in WPT Venice. Ragnar Åström took home the whole tournament after beating his fellow countrymen Martin Jacobsson in heads-up. Ragnar Åström received €397,960 for the win.
Michael "Timex" McDonald was the most notable player that made it to the final table in WPT Venice. But it came to be the two Swedish poker players, Ragnar Åström and Martin Jacobsson that had the final battle for the first prize of €397,960 as they were playing heads-up.
This is how the final hand was played out
Ragnar Åström 44
Martin Jacobsson K6
The flop came 7 7 J and turn A, no action cards with other words. But when the river card 4 landed on the table the action was really on. Åström was first out to act, he checked with his full house. Jacobsson was quite sure he had the best hand at this point, with his rivered nut flush, therefore he made a smaller bet to get something out of the pot. But to his surprise, Ragnar Åström, moved all-in and was then called almost instantly by Martin Jacobsson, who probably wasn't that happy with the river card which gave them both a monster hand.
Martin Jacobsson recieved €238,840 for his second place, and Ragnar Åström got €397,960 for the win.