In what would be the final hand of the tournament, Phil Hellmuth shoved on the button and Jake Schwartz called off for his remaining chips.
Jake Schwartz drew one and Hellmuth took two.
Jake Schwartz: /
Phil Hellmuth: /
They decided to let Hellmuth peel first. The first card was a , and the second was a — sealing the deal and leaving Schwartz drawing dead.
Schwartz dutifully revealed a — pairing his four and officially ending the tournament.
And with that, Hellmuth has won his 16th WSOP gold bracelet.
Stay tuned for a recap of this historical moment in poker history.