After Zoltan Czinkota was eliminated in third place, Bruce Freedman started heads-up play with a large chip lead against Jeff Kessler.
Kessler doubled through Freedman once and the stacks were relatively close again. After a little time passed, the two agreed to chop up the remaining prize pool.
Since Freedman held a slight chip lead, he gets credit for the win. He’ll earn $9,768 for the title and Kessler leaves with $9,767 for his runner-up finish.