Luke Schwartz raised on his button, George Wolff reraised and Luke Schwartz called.
Wolff peeled one, Schwartz two and Schwartz called a bet from Wolff.
Wolff patted, Schwartz squeezed two again and Wolff fired. Schwartz raised to put Wolff all in and Wolff called off.
Both players patted the final draw and Schwartz announced an eight.
"I have the worst eight," Wolff said, knowing that was the last hand of the tournament.
Schwartz tabled and exclaimed in excitement at winning his first-ever WSOP bracelet and $273,336 while Wolff took home the $167,936 second-place prize. A full recap of the thrilling final day's action will follow shortly.