We caught the action with the button having 2,300 in front of him and a player in middle position raising to 4,750 with Brad Garrett still to act sitting behind the raise. He flatted, as did the button.
The flop was seen three ways and the player first to act bet 6,000. Garrett called, as did the player on the button.
The turn was the and the first opponent thought for awhile before finally checking. Garrett and the player in position both quickly checked. The river was the and once again all three players checked. Garrett tabled which was good enough to win him the over 30,000-chip pot.
Garrett sits with 67,000 now and while we all knew that he was funny, we are quickly learning that we should take his poker skills very seriously.