Following a raise in the hijack to 22,000, Shannon Shorr three-bets to 60,000 from the button.
Action folded back to the original raiser, and he announced he was all in. Shorr quickly called in for 281,000 total.
The flop gave Shorr’s opponent the flopped nut straight but left Shorr drawing to a spade.
The turn of the now saw Shorr needing to find a spade or the board to pair.
The river landed the , and Shorr scooped the double with his ace-high flush.