On the first hand back from break, Aram Zobian got the rest of his 30 million or so chips in against Evan Sandberg.
Sandberg's rail was calling for a jack, and the flop granted their wish. Sandberg and his rail were practically celebrating before the turn and river officially ended the tournament. Zobian will have to settle for the $185,125 runner-up prize for his efforts, while Sandberg claims the title.
A recap is to follow.