The board read when we got to the table. Frank Kassela checked over to Phil Ivey who bet out 3,000. Kassela raised to an unknown amount and after a moment Ivey dropped in a huge stack of blue t5,000 chips and yellow t1,000 chips, which was enough to put Kassela all in.
"Alright, I call," said Kasella, who showed for a flopped top set. Ivey tabled for a flopped flush draw that turned into the wheel.
"Wow," chimed in several others from the table as Kasella exited the tournament area and Ivey stacked chips.
He's now sitting on a stack of 101,475 at the end of Level 2.
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