Hand #59: McConnon raised to 150,000 from the button, Bonomo reraised all in with the covering stack from the big blind, and McConnon called all in for 781,000 with . Bonomo showed and it was off to the races.
The flop came down , keeping Bonomo in the lead but giving McConnon a straight draw.
The turn took away some outs from McConnon as Bonomo picked up a flush draw.
The river completed the board, no help to McConnon, ending his run in the heads-up championship with a runner-up finish for $114,933.
Justin Bonomo wins his second WSOP bracelet and the first-place prize of $185,965!
A recap of Bonomo's path to victory will be posted later this evening.