It only took a few hands of heads-up play to crown a winner.
In what would be the final hand of the tournament, Luc Greenwood raised to 200,000 on the button and Nick Petrangelo three-bet to 700,000 from the big blind. Greenwood made the call and then called a bet of 420,000 on the flop.
When the paired the board on the turn, Petrangelo moved all in for approximately 2.4 million and Greenwood snap-called.
"Nice turn," Petrangelo said. "I don't think I shove a different turn."
Petrangelo was in desperate need of a jack, but it wasn't meant to be as the appeared on the river instead. Thanks to the heads-up deal, Petrangelo will take home $740,032 for his performance.