Recent World Series of Poker November Niner Eoghan O'Dea three-bet to 3,600 from the big blind after Christopher Brammer raised to 1,000 from the button just as the tournament was going on another 15-minute break. Brammer opted to take a flop in position on O'Dea by flat-calling.
The flop produced the and O'Dea was to act first. He put out one blue T5,000 chip and two black T200 chips while announcing "4,200." Brammer took some time to think. After a minute or so in the tank, he slid out a tall stack of chips to put O'Dea all in. O'Dea pushed the rest of his chips across the line to put himself at risk.
O'Dea's top pair was up against the gutshot straight draw and backdoor flush draw for Brammer. O'Dea could also lose if Brammer smacked a king.
Everything worked out for O'Dea as the turn brought the to pair the board and river the . O'Dea's hand held up and he was able to double. Upon final count, O'Dea was all in on the flop for 25,275. He's now at nearly 60,000.