Heads-up play between Kyle Kinder and 2nd-place finisher Shane Fuller lasted just half a dozen hands. Kinder held a 2:1 chip lead when two-handed play began. Six hands later, it was all over.
In the final hand of the tournament, Kinder raised to 150,000 and Fuller shoved for 1,775,000. Kinder asked for a count and then counted down his own stack before tossing in a single 5K chip to indicate a call.
Fuller stood up from his seat as the flop was dealt . The safe flop for the big ace was no doubt a welcome sight to Fuller, but the on the turn opened up both straight and flush outs for Kinder. Lightning struck for Kinder on the river when the hit the felt, completing Kinder's flush and delivering the Showbound Main Event's top prize.
For his 2nd-place finish, Fuller will take home $26,412 from the prize pool.
Both Kinder and Fuller also receive an invitation to play in the Poker After Dark freeroll, to take place at the Tulsa Hard Rock, the final stop of the Showbound season.