Erik Seidel limped in on the button for Francisco Benitez to raise it up to 2,800,000. Seidel responded with a shove and the bigger stack for Benitez to make the call for the 25,925,948 he had in total.
The flop came for Benitez to stay ahead with the higher kicker but Seidel picked up the nut-flush draw.
The turn was the to keep things the same and Benitez was looking to double up but the that was quickly peeled by Seidel gave him the nut-flush.
Seidel wins his ninth WSOP bracelet for $977,842 while Benitez, the Day 1 chip leader finished as the runner-up for $759,419.
A recap is to follow.