Elior Sion completed with the , and Isaac Haxton raised with the . Sion called, then check-called fourth street. He bet out on fifth when each player caught a king. Haxton called, then put the remainder of his chips in on sixth after catching an ace.
Haxton had the lead going to the final card with sevens plus blockers to a couple of Sion's outs. Sion squeezed out his card and said it was 50-50 whether Haxton would need to improve. He turned over the , making nines up and putting the pressure on Haxton to find another pair or a seven.
Haxton peeked down at the and shook everyone's hand.
The two finalists stepped away from the table for a short, unscheduled break.