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At 190*, it probably had a bit more cooking to go. With a brisket temp is just an indicator of when to start checking for when the brisket is ready to come off. You want to be able to skewer the flat with a probe with almost no resistance. You want to probe from the top, not the side of the brisket, in the flat. I find briskets are usually happy in the 195*-205* range for choice briskets. Prime and Wagyu can be done earlier, I've had wagyu finish as early as 185*.