Event #7 of the 2019 U.S. Poker Open was won by Bryn Kenney who made quick work of his final table opponents, finishing the tournament in a little over an hour and taking home $450,000. Kenney jumps into fourth place on the U.S. Poker Open Championship standings with 240 points, which
Action folded to Nick Petrangelo in the small blind, and he moved all in for close to 600,000. Lauren Roberts called all in for 105,000, and the cards were tabled. Petrangelo: [QhQc] Roberts: [Th8d] The dealer spread the [As2c6d7s2s] board and Roberts was eliminated in ninth-place for a $45,000 payday.
Martin Zamani opened under-the-gun for 40,000. Sean Winter then moved all-in, as did Lauren Roberts. Zamani got out of the way. Both players had the same hand but opposite suits. Winter: [AdQd] Roberts: [AhQh] Roberts got a free roll when the flop came [Kh9h4c] but got no help on the turn [9s] or
Sam Soverel opened to 35,000 from under the gun and Lauren Roberts moved all in from the small blind for 280,000. Soverel instantly called. Soverel: [AhKc] Roberts: [AsJh] "I gotta get lucky," announced Roberts. The dealer spread a [Jd7s9hTd5c] board and Roberts struck top pair on the flop and held for a double.
We caught the action as Lauren Roberts was shipping Justin Bonomo 193,000 chips to cover his all-in bet with [6c7c] on a board that read [5xJx4x8xAx].
Dan Shak and Lauren Roberts committed 8,000 preflop in a battle of the blinds to see a [5h2h9d] flop. Shak checked to Roberts who bet 11,000, and after Shak called and the turn landed the [7c], he checked once more. Roberts bet 24,000, and Shak moved all in for roughly 150,000. Roberts