2010 World Series of Poker runner-up John Racener completed, showing the and Doyle Brunson opted to call with his . The rest of the players folded and it was heads-up action to fourth street. Brunson took the lead and promptly bet 2,000, which Racener called.
Racener paired his eight on fifth, but decided to check. Brunson, who picked up the , tossed out a bet of 4,000, and it did the trick as Racener released his hand.
Racener: / — fold