Returning from the last break, the two finalists were discussing the possibility of taking a dinner break in the near future. The match ended before the conversation could finish, though.
In the last hand, Justin Bonomo opened the button with a raise, and Adrian Mateos defended his big blind.
The flop was . Mateos checked, Bonomo continued for 75,000, and Mateos check-raised to 225,000. Bonomo called.
The turn was the . Mateos moved all in for 1,380,000, and Bonomo quickly called to put him at risk.
Bonomo was ahead with top pair, but Mateos was drawing to a straight and a flush with one to come.
The river was the blank , though.
Bonomo won the pot with a pair of kings, sealing the High Roller victory and the top prize of $556,873. More about his win will be published shortly.
Mateos finished as the runner-up, earning $403,125 for his work. It’s his second runner-up finish of the trip, following a matching run in the $50k Super High Roller.