Andrew Bradshaw raised to 53,000 from the cutoff and Walter Browne three-bet to 203,000. This move prompted Bradshaw to dramatically push his last 711,000 chips into the middle of the table.
While Browne went into the tank to deliberate over this tough decision, the fiery Englishman stood up and began chattering to both Browne and the railbirds. "Come on man... this is what we've come for, isn't it?" Bradshaw asked while pacing around the table. He looked at Browne and told him "This is poker mate!" and apparently Browne agreed with that sentiment because he decided to make the call.
The Englishman had picked up a premium holding with his suited big slick, but Browne woke up with pocket kings and had the best hand. When Bradshaw saw Browne's kings he exclaimed "Ohhh no! I didn't want you to call with that!"
When the flop came , Bradshaw lost one of his three outs, as the was no longer a good card. The on the turn was a brick, and the sealed the win for Browne.
Andrew Bradshaw was one of the more entertaining players in the field and he hit the rail with his usual British flair.