Michael Davis didn't have a big stack for most of the day, but that didn't matter. He played deliberate poker, picked his spots, and was the last man standing at the end of the night.
Davis earned the Seniors Championship title and WSOP bracelet after a brief heads-up battle with Scott Buller, who had been chip leader for much of the final table. In fact, he didn't take the chip lead in the match until about 10 minutes before the final hand, when he doubled up through Buller on the first hand of heads-up play.
After playing his winning hand, Davis commented that he had just sold his business last week. "I was wondering if I had to go home and find another job, but I guess that doesn't matter right now," Davis said as he was surrounded by family and friends.
Davis earned $437,358 and a WSOP bracelet for his performance.