Andrew Brown raised to 80,000 from the button and Jan-Peter Jachtmann made the call. The flop saw Jachtmann check, opening the door for Brown to fire out 160,000. Jachtmann then woke up with a check-raise to 640,000, Brown called, and the rolled off on the turn.
Jachtmann led out for 1.1 million and then called when Brown moved all in.
Brown was ahead with top set, but Jachtmann held a wrap. Brown also held a flush draw which detracted from Jachtmann's outs, but it was for naught as the spiked on the river to give the man from Germany the straight. With that, Brown was denied his second WSOP bracelet and dispatched in second place, good for $408,393.