Bryn Kenney Eliminated by Sergio Aido

Sergio Aido opened to 11,000 in early position before Bryn Kenney shoved all-in for roughly 85,000 next to act. Action folded back to Aido, and he called. Aido: [JcJh] Kenney: [As3s] The board ran out [TsKc5s8d3c] and Kenney was eliminated.

Sean Winter Doubles Through Bryn Kenney

David Einhorn opened to 12,000 from under the gun, and Bryn Kenney called next to act. Sean Winter was next to act, and he 3-bet to 37,500. Action folded back to Einhorn, and he called. Kenney called to close the action. The dealer spread the [KcKh5s] and action checked to Winter, who continued

Sean Perry Doubles Through Bryn Kenney

Action folded to Sean Perry on the button, and he opened to 4,500. Bryn Kenney was next to act in the small blind, and he 3-bet to 24,000. Action folded back to Perry, and he 4-bet shoved for 56,500 total. Kenney called. Kenney: [Ad8s] Perry: [AhQh] The board ran out [7d7s3hKhJd] and

Bryn Kenney Eliminated by Sean Perry

Sean Perry raised to 20,000 from middle position and Bryn Kenney moved all-in for 335,000. Perry snap-called and tabled his [AdAs] to be ahead of Kenney's [AhJd]. The board ran out [Kd6d2h8dQc] and Kenney was eliminated, while Perry regained his position at the top of the leaderboard.

Kenney Busts, Despite “So Many Outs”

Bryn Kenney raised in late position to 13,000 (86,000 behind) with [7c8c], then called a threebet from small blind Vicent Bosca, who held [AsKd].  The flop brought every draw imaginable for Kenney, who called when Bosca set him all in, but missed the lot of them as the turn and

Katz Continues to Build

Cary Katz extended his early stack rise at the expense of Bryn Kenney after a pot with a strange start (it looked like he'd called with [4x6x] mistaking the need for an ante - he has been playing a lot of Short Deck, after all).  Katz hit a pair of