Monday, September 12, 2016 4:30 PM Local Time
Benjamin Cardenas is the Runner-Up ($29,592)
An all in head to head took place when each of the final two players held nearly equal chip stacks. Walters took down that pot with his pocket eights and came out with a dominating chip lead.
From that point forward and extensive
back and fourth battle was on. It seemed nobody could possibly lose an
all in showdown. The two warriors swapped the chip lead many times.
Cardenas, from Coahuila, Mexico, takes home $29,592 and 37.5 Casino Championship points. Although a nice payday, he will be disappointed in narrowly missing out on a WSOP gold ring.