In a previous hand, Michael Addamo limped in, David Peters made it 380,160 and Addamo called. The flop was and Peters bet 330,880, which Addamo called. On the turn, Peters barreled 492,800 and Addamo folded.
Peters then shoved all-in twice and Michael Addamo folded a button to be left with 1,054,200, a little over seven big blinds. Each of the remaining chips went in preflop in what would become the final hand of the tournament.
The flop left Addamo drawing to a runner-runner and the on the turn sealed it for Peters, making the fill-up on the river the cherry on top. Addamo ended up just shy of winning his third WSOP bracelet and received $223,488 for finishing runner-up.
With the victory, David Peters is now a two-time WSOP bracelet winner! The American received $360,480 in addition to the coveted prize. A full recap of the day is to follow.