It was Richard Yong driving the action and making it 44,000 to go pre-flop with O'Dwyer making the call from the big blind. The flop came down with O'Dwyer check-calling Yong's 50,000 continuation bet.
The turn saw O'Dwyer check once more, with Yong applying the pressure and moving all-in. This brought a quick call from O'Dwyer, who looked as though he thought he had the best hand, but soon discovered otherwise.
While Yong had O'Dwyer all-in and at-risk on multiple occasions the US pro had managed to double every time.
However, this time O'Dwyer's time was up and with both players holding two pair his chances did not look good. The turn left him teetering on the brink and the river saw Richard Yong take down his first ever Triton Super High Roller title.
O'Dwyer had to settle for second best, and the equivalent of a US$251,725 payday while Yong took the title and the lions share of the prize pool, making close to US$388,030 for his victory.