Lara Eisenberg raised to 250,000 from the button and Debora Brooke defended.
The flop came , Brooke check-called the 200,000 continuation-bet of Eisenberg.
The turn was the , Brooke check-called the 300,000 bet of Eisenberg again.
The river completed the board with the and Brooke checked for the final time. Eisenberg bet enough to put Brooke all-in who called for the 610,000 she had behind with the for top pair but Eisenberg held the for the same top pair but higher kicker to win the tournament and her first WSOP bracelet.
Brooke finished as the runner-up for $71,507.