Shaun Deeb was all in earlier from the small blind, and when Sean Getzwiller folded his big blind he turned over pocket aces. Getzwiller started laughing as Deeb didn't get action on his big hand with very little chips behind.
Just now Deeb moved all in for 31,000 and the action was folded to Christopher Brammer. Brammer was in the small blind, and he thought the action had folded to him. The Brit raised to 11,000, and the floor was called over to rule if he had to call, or if he was able to pull his chips back. The floor said his 11,000 would stay, but that he still had the option wether or not to call. Brammer called.
Thijmen Stocker was in the big blind, he hesitated but laid his hand down.
"I was gonna call anyway," Brammer apologized, as he wanted to make sure everyone understood he was not angle shooting.
"I only play aces," Deeb said as Layne Flack came over to watch this all in.
The flop rolled out , and both Deeb and Flack were disgusted. The turn and river, , didn't help Deeb who left the building empty-handed.