The pot was about 3,000 heading to the flop. It was heads up between a player in the cutoff and Josh Brikis on the button. It was checked to Brikis and he bet 1,500 of his 6,000 chips. His opponent thought for about a minute before raising enough to Brikis all in. Brikis instantly slid his chips forward and the hands were turned up.
Brikis was a huge favorite to double up. He just had to avoid the two remaining Tens and a back-door straight. The turn was the taking away the straight options and giving both players a meaningless heart draw. The river bricked again with the and Brikis now has 15,000.