290 hands later, Jeremy Wien claimed victory in the steel $5,000 Big Blind Antes No Limit Hold’em final table. Wien navigated a treacherous final table to win his first career bracelet on PokerGO.

Among the players overcome by Wien include Super High Roller Bowlers Jake Schindler and David Peters. Outside of the $100,000 High Roller, this final table is the toughest to air yet during the 2018 World Series of Poker. Watch the full final table here:

The final table of Peters got off to a terrible start. Peters shoved the river versus eventual third-place finisher Eric Blair and Blair found the will just in time to hero it off and move up the leaderboard. Peters was denied his second WSOP bracelet and finished in seventh place.

2017 Super High Roller Bowl runner-up Schindler came into the final table in the hunt for a bracelet to add to his accolades. Schindler owns numerous titles but a WPT or WSOP win eludes him. Spain’s David Laka looked poised to double up the high roller extraordinaire but the math failed Schindler at an awful moment.

The bad beat shook up the final table and pushed Laka into a potential spot to win a bracelet at only 21-years-old. Heads up play between Wien and Laka pushed into hours of trading chips until the deck froze on the spot.

Laka picked up two queens but Wien somehow managed to do him one better with pocket aces. A clean flop was the kerosene for the fireworks that ensued and the explosion concluded with Wien hosting the bracelet.

Another legendary final table airs on PokerGO on June 12 when the $10,000 2-7 Single Draw event shifts to the PokerGO stage. In his final tournament ever, Doyle Brunson headlines the returning players. Brunson and his son, Todd, join inaugural Super High Roller Bowl winner Brian Rast when Day 3 opens at 6:00 pm ET.

Subscribe to PokerGO today to watch “The Godfather of Poker” ride into the sunset and compete for his 11th career bracelet.

2018 WSOP $5,000 Big Blind Antes Payouts
Name Country Payout
1 Jeremy Wien USA $537,710
2 David Laka Spain $332,328
3 Eric Blair USA $228,307
4 Jake Schindler USA $159,575
5 John Amato USA $113,510
6 Shawn Buchanan Canada $82,199
7 David Peters USA $60,618
8 Richard Tuhrim USA $45,538
9 Patrick Troung USA $34,862
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