Eric Baldwin had the button, and he raised it up to 165,000. Without wasting any time, Jonas Klausen moved all in, and Baldwin instantly called.
Klausen was at risk of elimination, and the race was on! The crowd (which had grown hush over the last few orbits) came to life as everyone in attendance stood and took one step closer to the table. The dealer ran out the flop:
. Baldwin was still in the lead, but Klausen added a couple outs as the other two tens in the deck were now good for him as well.
Everyone in the gallery inched foreward once again, with a cacophony of cheers being yelled full throat: "Ten! Ace! Brick! Queen! Six! Ace! Ten!" in an overlapping chorus. The dealer turned fourth street:
. It was a safe card once more for Baldwin, and it took away those two outs that Klausen had picked up. A ten was no good now.
Left drawing to just an ace or a queen, Klausen peered down at the board to catch what would be the final river card of the night:
. An eruption of celebration came from across the arena as a throng of supporters rushed in on Eric Baldwin. The Danish side fell silent though, as they too made their way onto the stage to console their runner-up.
Jonas Klausen put on a fine performance in this event, and in particular, in this final day. He traded the chip lead back and forth all day, and his well-timed maneuvers put him in a good spot to win this event. He'll walk away with $322,371 but fall just one spot shy of claiming the gold bracelet.