David Peters was eliminated in second place and will take home $100,800 for his finish. Peters managed to double during heads up and crack the aces of Sean Winter, but Winter continued to press his advantage and gain an even bigger lead.
A few hands before the final hand, the board read and Sean Winter raised all in to put David Peters all in when he shoved with . Peters folded and Winter left Peters with 2,810,000 behind.
The final hand saw Winter shoved with and Peters call with .
The board ran out and Peters was eliminated. Winter, who was already in the lead on the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard, took home the Event #4 title and the 200 points to extend his lead over defending champion Stephen Chidwick.