Steve Sung managed to navigate his way through one of the biggest fields in history, ducking and diving all the way to his first bracelet.
He started second in chips at the final table but a bad early couple of hours saw him drop down to one of the short stacks. However, he managed to recover and in the space of an hour become the chip leader, taking a couple of big pots from Dan Heimiller before squeezing everyone else out of contention.
It's Sung's first bracelet, but after watching this final table, you're left with a feeling that it might not be his last.
At the moment, it's Sung doing all the betting and providing the aggression attempting to chip away at his older opponent. Vilandos is much more happy to play defensive and check-call, occasionally making big shoves, perhaps thinking he can make Sung fold many hands unless he has a monster.
The question is will Sung find a hand one of the times that Vilandos makes a big push, or will Sung bluff into the Greek player's hands?