I ended up not staying up late to see the end of the World Series of Poker final table on ESPN -- I guess I was too tired after all that election coverage the previous night. In any event, the final heads-up matchup lasted a very long time and saw several lead changes.
Pius Heinz ended up the winner and becomes the first German to win the Main Event title. He collects both the WSOP bracelet as well as $8,711,956. For a full live-blog recap of the final night at the Rio in Las Vegas, here's Tao of Poker.