Brandon Shack-Harris had the bring in and saw Yarron Bendor complete. Shack-Harris made the call and then he ended up raising Bendor's bet on the turn. The latter made the call and then check-called bets on both fifth and sixth streets, with Shack-Harris' last bet of 48,000 putting himself all in.
Shack-Harris: / /
Bendor: / /
Bendor had both straight and flush outs, meaning Shack-Harris' two pair was extremely vulnerable. As it happened, Bendor bricked on seventh street while Shack-Harris improve to a straight to scoop the pot and double.