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Chris Brewer raised to 28,160 from the button and Michael Zhang three-bet to 110,080 which Brewer called.
The flop came , Zhang continued with a bet of 66,253 which Brewer called.
The turn was the and Zhang slowed down and checked. Brewer bet 94,567 and was called.
The river completed the board with the , Zhang checked for the last time. Brewer shoved for 313,003 which Zhang snap-called. Brewer tabled for the bluff for Zhang to go through to the next round with for two pair.