On the final hand of the tournament, Kevin Gerhart on the button, and Dustin Dirksen in the big blind, saw a flop reading .
Dirksen fired out a bet on the flop and Gerhart called and called again when the peeled off on the turn.
The river brought the and Gerhart fired enough chips to put his opponent all-in. After a moment, Dirksen opted to make the call.
The hands were tabled and it was the held by Gerhart for one pair of Kings that bested the for one pair of jacks held by Dirksen, and the latter was eliminated in 2nd place and took home $115,440 in cash.
With this hand, Gerhart secured the victory and won his fourth coveted WSOP gold bracelet along with the $186,790 in first place cash.
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