One huge pot was all it took to bring the title and end the heads-up match between Jules Dickerson and Chris Brewer.
Brewer raised to 500,000 and was three-bet to 1,500,000. Brewer called and a big pot was brewing.
On the flop, Dickerson bet 800,000 and Brewer called.
The turn was the and Dickerson checked. Brewer bet 1,200,000 and got called.
On the river, Dickerson checked again and Brewer moved all in for 4,825,000, just slightly less than what Dickerson had behind.
After using his final time banks, Dickerson called with a pair of sixes in the hole but Brewer had it, showing for quad eights, leaving Dickerson with just 150,000 chips.
They went in on the next hand with versus Brewer's .
After the runout of , Brewer's flush gave him the title, leaving Dickerson with a runner-up finish.