For the final hand of the tournament, they switched to NLHE and Andrew Kelsall was all-in out of the big blind and Chad Eveslage called.
Andrew Kelsall: 6♠4♠
Chad Eveslage: Q♥7♠
The 10♦5♣3♠ flop was a tease for Kelsall with the open-ended straight draw, but he bricked the K♥ turn and 5♠ river to finish as the runner-up for $81,509. Chad Eveslage won his second WSOP gold bracelet in as many years and receives a top prize of $131,879.