We came to the table with the flop reading , and Richard Brodie and Darren Woods heads up. Woods checked, and Brodie bet. Woods raised, and Brodie called. The turn came the , and Woods bet out. Brodie called, and the river came the . Woods bet out one more time, and Brodie slammed down a call, leaving himself just 3,000 behind. Woods said "good call" and Brodie threw down for a counterfeited full house. Brodie took a deepppp sigh of relief, and took in the chips to up his stack back up to 153,000.