When we arrived at the table, the board read . Ty Reiman had a raise of 5,200 in front of him, and Brandon Meyers, who we assume bet out, had a three-bet of 9,200 sitting in front of him.
"All in," Reiman announced, shoving for effectively 30,750.
There was a beat, and Meyers made the call.
Meyers was looking for a spade to double, but he picked up six more outs when the turned. Now, any ace or jack would counterfeit Reiman's two pair. Meyers didn't hit one of his six new outs, but he did hit a spade when the completed the board, making his spade flush. He doubled to around 65,000 chips, while Reiman was left with just 23,500.