Hand #16: Lewis LeClair raised to 340,000 in the small blind and William Murray called in the big blind. The duo headed to the flop and LeClair continued for 800,000 and Murray quickly called.
After the turn, LeClair moved all in for 1,630,000 and Murray contemplated his decision before ultimately calling it off.
LeClair needed to dodge an ace or seven to score a huge double, but the cruel showed up on the river to send the third player to the rail in just 16 hands on this final table. LeClair takes home $90,594 for his efforts, and the remaining six players are guaranteed $118,923.