Level 35 (250,000/500,000/250,000)
During the course of heads-up play, Uri Reichenstein was able to pull into a chip lead.
In what would be the final hand of the tournament, Reichenstein raised the button to 900,000 and Luke Blindert called.
Blindert checked the flop and Reichenstein continued for 800,000. Blindert woke up with a check-raise to 2.3 million, Reichenstein called, and the appeared on the turn.
Blindert moved all in for 11.3 million and Reichenstein hit the tank.
"I'm going to have to gamble with you," he said while spiking in a stack.
"You've got me," Blindert admitted.
Reichenstein had a flush draw but his queen-high was actually good. The river was a brick and Blindert was eliminated in second place.
As such, Reichenstein collected the last four unredeemed bounties, including the remaining $5,000.