Matt Glantz showed up to check in on how the tournament was going and mainly how Allen Bari was doing. Bari was short and was telling Glantz how he got down. Bari made a comment along the lines of, "I was doing all right until genius over there made that stupid check-raise," referring to a play Bryn Kenney made against him earlier.
After Bari ranted about the hand and Kenney's play for some more time, Kenney stood up for himself and said that the two could play heads up anytime. Bari responded by saying that he doesn't play heads up, but that the two can crossbook action whenever and for as much as possible. Kenney came back and said, "What, with somebody else's money?" which was in reference to Bari being backed in tournaments by Jason Mercier.
Bari shot right back at him and said, "Bryn, how many times have you gone from a million to bust?"
"Yeah, but at least I build it back up on my own," was the response from Kenney.
While this was going on, Glantz and the other onlookers along the rail got a good laugh from the banter between the two.
The two went back and forth for another minute or so and Bari even said to Kenney that the two should compare bank accounts. That's pretty much where it ended, but we'll be keeping an eye and ear to things a bit more closely to see if anything else comes up from this.