The heads-up battle took just three hands before some big fireworks took place.
Kyle Menard opened from the button to 750,000 and Parssinen called.
Parssinen check-called a bet of 785,000 after the came on the flop.
He then check-called a bigger bet of 3,140,000 after the followed on the turn.
The was the final hand in the tournament to be dealt on the river and Parssinen checked once again. Menard jammed for 10,841,000 and Parssinen called off his stack of 8,839,000 only to get some bad news.
Parsinnen turned over for top pair but he was outkicked by Menard who held to exit the tournament in second place for $472,222.
Meanwhile, Kyle Menard, who began the day as the chip leader but quickly gave it up, came back to win the HRW #2: $10,300 Super MILLION$ for a whopping $628,992.
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