It ended up being Martin Jacobsen (second last in chips when the final table begun but was big chip leader during Day 4 - 441,000) from Sweden and Toby Lewis (chip leader when the final table started - 3,322,000) from UK who were the last 2 men standing on the EPT Vilamoura Final table. Even though Lewis had a big chip lead when they started playing the heads-up, Jabobsen still managed to fight back and brought things back to square after some time. However, when both players had quite equal stacks, it all came to an end after this hand...
Lewis raised on the button to 160,00 and Jacobsen called. FLOP came A9T and both players checked. A 5 came on the turn and Jacobsen betted 180,000, only to be raised by Lewis to 525,000. After a few moments of thinking, Jacobsen reraised to 1,025,000. It didn't take long before Lewis fired back at him with another reraise - 2,025,000. Jacobsen has about 4,000,000 chips left at this points. After some time of thinking he decides to go all in. Lewis said "call" straight away.
Jacobsen's 2 pairs were't good enough and he will need to hit one of the two 9's that are left in the deck, but unfortunately the river card is a 10 and Lewis takes home the tournament with a full house.