Over the break you may have noticed that Joe Kuether suddenly had a lot of chips. That came courtesy of the hand right before dinner where he busted Bryn Kenney.
With 65,000 in the pot and a board reading , Kenney checked and Kuether fired out 38,000. Kenney woke up with a check-raise to 103,500 and Kuether responded with an all-in three-bet, which is where we picked up the action.
As other players were shuffling out of the Amazon Room headed to their favorite eatery, Kenney sat quietly pondering what to do. A call would cost him the rest of his chips, and after a few minutes of deliberation, he decided to commit them.
"Full house," Kuether said confidently and tabled the . Kenney mucked his cards, mumbled a bit and then headed off down the Rio hallways never to be seen in Event #47: $111,111 One Drop High Rollers No-Limit Hold'em again.