Rodney Brown and Sumanth Reddy were involved in a big pot. The flop read out when Reddy put out a large bet. Brown re-raised 32,900 more which was all in for him. Reddy struggled but eventually made the call. Reddy was surprised his was ahead of Brown's . If Reddy could dodge the straight outs to chop or another seven, he could take a commanding chip lead going three handed.
The turn however was good news to Brown as it brought the . The meaningless river of meant that both players had the straight.
Reddy joked, "I thought I was behind. I was hoping for a nine or four." Little did he know that was the last thing he wanted besides a seven. The players took their money back with Brown taking his 60,000 back and Reddy took back his 155,000.