In a blind battle the action was on Christopher Brammer who was in the small blind. The flop read and he bet 47,000. Shannon Shorr was in the big blind, and he made the call.
The turn was the , and Brammer grabbed chips once more betting 116,000. Shorr took ten seconds to make up his mind, and called.
The river was the , and when Brammer checked Shorr immediately checked behind.
Brammer showed , and he had missed both his draws. Shorr showed and took down the pot with top pair. A diamond on the river could've made things explode, while Brammer was saying a seven would've made things interesting as well.
Shorr is now also over seven figures while Brammer keeps hovering around the same stack.