Blake Cahail has emerged as the winner in event 16 at the Caesars Palace Classic (CPC).
The event attracted 141 players in total and this was soon narrowed down to a final table of six, which was led by Kim Frederiksen with 450,000 chips.
Cahail was second in the chip count with 380,000, making him the only other player to sit down with more than 200,000 in front of him.
Despite suffering a setback early on when Jared Pacifici doubled up against him, Cahail stayed in the running and was the chip leader when he and Pacifici went into heads-up play.
Pacifici held 581,000 while the eventual winner had slightly more with 770,000.
The final hand came when Pacifici went all-in before the flop after his stack was depleted to just 200,000.
Cahail tabled A-10 and his opponent showed K-6 and when an ace appeared as the first card on the flop and Pacifici could not improve his ace-high, victory and the $37,324 first prize was Cahail's.
To date, the winner of the 16th event at the Caesars Palace Classic has amassed over $250,000 in tournament earnings.