[Removed:138] opened for 22,000 from the hijack and was met with a three-bet to 50,000 from Christopher Brammer on the button. The blinds both got out of the way, and Guinand came back with a four-bet to 100,000. Brammer thought for a few moments and slid out enough chips to cover his opponent, and Guinand called off for right around 305,000 total.
There have been a lot of pair-over-pair confrontations in Level 19, and this one would cost Guinand his tournament life as the board ran out . Guinand shook hands with his opponents before exiting in 20th place, while Brammer was pushed the big pot and vaulted into the chip lead.