Chad Brown opened with a raise, then saw an opponent in the big blind reraise to 1,125 and Brown called.
The flop came and Brown's opponent led for 1,500, with Brown calling. The turn was the . This time the big blind checked, and Brown put his last 1,850 forward, still saving the two pink "add on" chips behind representing his other 5,000 lammers. His opponent paused a beat and then called.
"King-king?" asked Brown as he turned over for trip aces. "Nah, a double gutter," answered his opponent who had . The dealer then burned a card and delivered the on the river, filling a straight for Brown's opponent and forcing him to trade one of his lammers for some chips with which to continue.