Dan Sepiol raised from the button to 175,000, Chance Kornuth reraised from the big blind to 500,000, and Sepiol moved all in.
Kornuth called all in for about 2,360,000 with , but Sepiol turned over . Kornuth needed to improve to stay alive.
“I think it might be my turn,” said Kornuth, who watched his pocket kings get cracked earlier in this heads-up battle.
The board came , and Sepiol won the pot — and the title, the trophy, and $204,735 — with a pair of kings.
Chance Kornuth finishes as the runner-up, earning $142,335.
1st: Dan Sepiol – $204,735 + SHRPO Trophy
2nd: Chance Kornuth – $142,335
3rd: Michael Wang – $92,790
4th: Nitis Udornpim – $62,000
5th: Leonard August – $47,680
6th: Bin Weng – $39,525
7th: Michael Rocco – $33,180
8th: Hamed Zia – $26,885
9th: Brian Altman – $20,600