On the turn of a board reading , Shannon Shorr and Team PokerStars Pro Leo Fernandez were in action against each other. Fernandez checked, and Shorr bet 9,600. After a little bit of thought, Fernandez made the call.
The completed the board on the river, pairing it with threes. Fernandez tanked for a minute with his decision, then checked. Shorr fired a bet of 20,000 with four blue T5,000 chips. Fernandez took about 15 seconds, then made the call.
Shorr immediately turned over the for two pair, tens and threes. Fernandez didn't show, and the dealer pushed forward the two threes and the seven on board to display Shorr's five-card hand of tens and threes with a seven kicker. It was after 10-15 seconds that Fernandez then flipped up the for trip threes and the winning hand. Shorr looked puzzled, as did a few others at the table. Shorr picked up his tens, flicked them with his fingers, then tossed them into the muck as Fernandez was awarded the pot.