Joey Couden defended his big blind against a raise to 30,000 from Brad Albrinck who was under the gun.
Couden checked the flop and Albrinck fired 70,000. Couden stacked a raise and placed in 180,000. Albrinck, however, snap-potted it for his all in of about 500,000.
Couden seemed to be shocked but he took only about 30 seconds and then put in calling chips, allowing a showdown for the largest pot of the tournament.
Couden was ahead with two pair and he couldn't have seen a better card hit the felt on the turn than the . Couden filled a boat and Albrinck was left stone dead for a 1.2 million pot.
The river just confirmed Couden's massive win as he rose to 1.3 million. Albrinck, one of the biggest stacks coming back for the final day, has ended up finishing in 19th place.