The end of the tournament all started when Michal Polchlopek had the button and opened the pot. Ross Parkhill made the call and some cards were laid out on the felt.
On the flop, Parkhill put in the check-raise, making it 140,000 after Polchlopek led for 55,000. A call from Polchlopek and the hit the turn. Both players checked this card and the was dealt on the river. this time Parkhill led, sliding out 250,000. Polchlopek then popped it to 600,000, at which point Parkhill moved all in. Polchlopek looked in pain as he contemplated the decision. He knew the chip counts were close and eventually made the call.
A full house for Parkhill was enough of a hand to take down Polchlopek's trips. When the chips were officially counted out, Polchlopek was left with only 151,000, while Parkhill had almost 3,000,000.
Polchlopek didn't have much of a leg to stand on and the very next hand shoved his stack all in holding . Parkhill made the call with . The flop housed a and it was all over. Polchlopek goes home with $73,000 for his great effort, and with that, we have a champion!