We missed the exact preflop action, but we know that a player in early position came in for a raise, and that Justin Gardenhire three bet from the big blind. His opponent called, and the flop came down . Gardenhire checked, and his opponent fired out a bet of 8,000. Gardenhire announced himself all in for 30,100, and his opponent immediately called.
As soon as his opponent called, Gardenhire said "that can't be good", fearing that he had aces, and while it wasn't that bad, he was still only had a 52% chance of holding. The on the turn was a safe card for him, but it did put chop outs for a straight on board. The on the river didn't complete any of that, and Gardenhire secured the double up to over 70,000.