The back-and-forth heads-up battle lasted 2 1/2 hours before Chris Dombrowski bested Mathew Moore in Event #30 to take home $346,332 for the first-place prize and the coveted gold bracelet.
Thirteen players returned and Dombrowski was starting the day third in chips. Thomas Miller (13th), Thien Le (12th) and Ryan Riess (11th) were eliminated within the first 30 minutes of play to set the unofficial final table at the ESPN Feature stage. And the heads-up match lasted two-and-a-half hours with chips always in transit but Dombrowski keeping the lead.
The grand finale came when Chris Dombrowski raised to 200,000 and Mathew Moore moved all-in for about 1,600,000. When Dombrowski called, Moore realized he might be in trouble.
The flop rolled out with the followed by the and the to send Moore out as the 2nd-place finisher and cashing $215,578.
This tournament was Dombrowski's first WSOP final table, although it's his 16th WSOP cash, he's successful in both online and live tournament play and has a WSOP circuit ring too.
Chris Dombrowski visits with Kristy Arnett: