Just before the break, "Miami" John Cernuto looked down at rolled-up tens, aka 30 miles, and was happy to get involved in a three-way pot with Allen Kessler and an unknown opponent.
Cernuto bet out on sixth street, which got rid of one opponent, but Allen Kessler hit a third king, which kept him in the hand. Unfortunately for him, Cernuto had made tens full, which would ultimately earn him the checkmark for the hand.
Afterwards, Kessler said to "Miami" John, "I knew I shouldn't have raised you!"
Cernuto is rolling at break with 8,700 chips.