The preflop action escaped us, but we do know Bryn Kenney ended up all in for around 30,000 and was dominated by John Duthie.
"I should have went in the other hand," Kenney said of the hand before, "At least then I'd have stood a chance." Indeed, Kenney's chances were slim, and he watched them evaporate as the board ran out .
"I've had kings, kings, and aces the last three hands," Duthie said with a big smile. If that's the case, he is most definitely on a heater.