On a flop, Brad Booth checked, and he let his lone opponent bet 2,200 before raising to 5,500. Mr. Opponent reraised all in for 10,200, and Booth quickly called with his much-bigger stack.
Booth had flopped the joint with a straight flush redraw that he'd not end up needing. Top set failed Mr. Opponent as the turn and river sent him on his way.
Booth is up to 91,000 now as the push for the Day 1d finish line heats up.