Hand #68: Bryn Kenney raised to 110,000 on the button, Pierre Neuville defended his big blind, and the flop was all clubs; . Neuville checked, Kenney fired out 115,000, and Neuville called. The turn was the , Neuville led out for 260,000, and Kenney snap-folded.
Hand #69: Kenney raised to 105,000 from the cutoff, Neuville put in a three-bet to 265,000 from the small blind, and Kenney folded.
Hand #70: Jeremy Kottler received a walk.
Hand #71: Kenney received a walk.
Hand #72: Kevin Eyster raised to 100,000 from the cutoff, Kottler moved all in on the button for 670,000, and Andrew Lichtenberger re-shoved for a little more out of the big blind. Eyster snap-folded.
The flop gave Lichtenberger nine extra outs to make a ten-high straight, and he also had three outs to make a superior pair. The on the turn gave him said pair of aces, and the bricked off on the river.
Lichtenberger's rail exploded into a chorus of cheers, while Kottler graciously shook all four players' hands before exiting.