Jameson Painter limped, and Smith Sirisakorn checked his options.
They saw the land on the flop, and Sirisakorn led into the pot with a bet. Painter called. Sirisakorn checked on the turn, and Painter took the betting lead. Sirisakorn checked his cards and called. The river was the , and Sirisakorn bet for Painter's last 40,000 effective. Painter called.
"I've got a straight," Sirisakorn said, rolling over .
"That's gonna do it," Painter replied, showing his for trips.
Jameson Painter once again fell shy of winning his first bracelet, finishing as the runner-up for $133,431. Smith Sirisakorn is the winner, taking home the prestigious gold bracelet along with the $215,902 first-place prize.a