The tournament ended two hands after Pablo "pabritz" Brito doubled Pedro "PadiLhA SP" Padilha.
Padilha opened for 400,000 from the button before he called a three-bet to 1,240,000 by Brito from the big blind.
Brito continued for 1,890,000 on the flop and Padilha called.
Brito then jammed the turn for 4,921,304 and Padilha called that as well.
Pablo "pabritz" Brito:
Pedro "PadiLhA SP" Padilha:
Padilha had two pair and Brito needed a king on the river for a chance to stay alive and double. The river didn't do the trick and Brito was eliminated in second place. Thanks to the deal that was made with Brito in the lead, he banked $203,118 instead of the scheduled runner-up prize of $178,689.
Meanwhile, Padilha collected an extra $10,000 that was left to play for as part of the deal to win his second WCOOP title for $208,311.
Stay tuned at PokerNews for the recap of the WCOOP-14-H: $10,300 NLHE High Roller.