Hand #290: Jeremy Wien limped and David Laka made it 840,000. Wien called the raise and they went to the flop.
Laka fired 1.25 million and Wien processed the situation for well over two minutes before check-raising to 2.5 million. Laka shoved all in and Wien called.
Both players had been dealt a high pair and after six minutes, the cards were turned on their backs.
Laka was in a bad shape and the turn and river didn't help him. Wien had him slightly covered and just like that, the gruelling heads-up was over. David Laka took home $332,328 for his runner-up finish while Jeremy Wien is the newly crowned champion, joining the WSOP bracelet winners' club.