Stephen Chidwick opened the action with a raise to 7,000 from the cutoff position. David Einhorn made the call from the small blind, and then Bryn Kenney popped it up with a reraise to 41,000 out of the big blind. Chidwick made the call and Einhorn folded.
Before the dealer dealt the flop, Kenney asked Chidwick how much he started the hand with, to which Chidwick said he had “about 450,000” to start.
The flop was and Kenney announced a wager of 117,000. Chidwick made the call to see the land on fourth street. Kenney thought for a little bit and then announced that he was all in. Chidwick asked how much and then called when he got a good idea from Kenney counting out his stack. The shove was for 299,500.
Kenney tabled the for an overpair of kings. Chidwick had the for a big draw plus he could hit an ace.
The river was the to keep Kenney’s kings in the lead and he was able to score a full double through Chidwick, who was left with just 3,500 in chips.