On the seventh hand of heads-up play, and the 124th hand of the final table, David Vamplew raised to 100,000 on the button. Trevor Pope moved all in for effectively 940,000, and Vamplew called.
Vamplew was racing for his tournament life, Pope for a bracelet, and the flop fell . Vamplew picked up three more outs to survive, as any jack would counterfeit Pope's small pair.
The turn was the , giving Vamplew another three outs, but even with 12 outs, it wasn't enough. The bricked on the river, and it was all over.
Vamplew will receive $342,450 for his runner-up finish.