James Park raised the next hand to 600,000 and Dudley potted to 3,600,000. Park now carefully cut out his remaining stack and made the call to go to the flop. Dudley bet the pot to put Park at risk, who shook his head with 5,875,000 behind. Eventually, the Brit made the call after around two minutes of consideration.
Park was in need of help, but found none on the turn and river run out to bow out in 2nd place. It is the third Pot-Limit Omaha cash for the Brit at the WSOP and comes with a hefty payday of $671,802. Dudley, who was supported by a boisterous rail, claims his first bracelet and top prize of $1,086,967.
A full recap of today's action is to follow!