After doubling through Phil Ivey, Allen Bari was in a pot against Bryn Kenney. Bari's board was , and Kenney's was . Bari called a bet from Kenney on seventh street, and Kenney turned over two diamonds for a flush, and a three and a six for a sixty-five low.
"You hold the deck over me forever I guess," Bari sighed.
A few hands later, Ivey brought it in with the . Bari completed with the , Brian Twete called with the , and Ivey called as well. On fourth street, the action checked to Bari who bet. Only Ivey called. On fifth, Bari check-raised all in, and Ivey quickly called.
Ivey was dealt the on sixth street, Bari the , and Ivey immediately flipped over the when it was dealt to him on seventh. Bari quickly squeezed his card, and was very happy to see that it was the , giving him a winning flush.