The final table of what in comparison to this year's Greg Mueller, who arrived out of breath from the WSOP in time for the victory toast looking like he'd run all the way from the Rio.
For second place, Jared Hamby takes home $459,080. He does not take home any sweaty Mueller-hugs, but let it be said that hugs or no hugs, Hamby handled his second-place finish with class, beating FBT to the front of the line to congratulate his opponent and even posing for pictures and champagne with his rival.
In a way, then, both players are winners, and to a larger extent, we're all winners, especially those who followed the tournament on PokerListings.com. Congratulations to all of us, and we'll see you at the Rio!