Ajay Chabra minraised from the button and Yuval Bronshtein moved all in, covering Chabra's 550,000 or so. Chabra paused for a bit and then called.
Bronshtein peeled one and Chabra patted with . Bronshtein rolled over and he needed either an eight, six, five or a four to close things out.
He peeled a and that was it for Chabra who had been dominating the final table until he clashed with Bronshtein heads up. Bronshtein, who played on his tenth WSOP final table today, finally claimed his first bracelet along with the $96,278 top prize.