It took just two hands of heads-up for Daniel Dvoress to conquer his maiden WSOP bracelet. In the first hand, Dvoress and Caio "Ez4ENCE" De Almeida saw a flop together. De Almeida checked, Dvoress bet 5,000,000, De Almeida check-raised to 13,000,000, Dvoress shoved and the Brazilian folded.
Left with just a little over 25M, those chips quickly flew in the middle in the subsequent hand. Dvoress beat him to the pot with a call.
Caio "Ez4ENCE" De Almeida:
The flop left Almeida in need of an eight or a runner-runner. The turn opened up the straight draw as well, but after a lengthy peel, the river card came up short with the to eliminate De Almeida in second place. He'll also leave the tournament a millionaire; his runner-up finish was worth an astonishing $1,072,428.