Brad Helm, who was in the small blind, got his last 1,900 all in preflop against the big stack of Matt Kelly, who was on the button.
The flop kept Helm in the lead, though Kelly picked up the better low draw. "Keep it high," Helm told the dealer after the turned. The dealer obliged and put out the . Helm held and doubled through Kelly.
Despite losing that hand, Kelly is still sitting pretty with 37,000. He told us that if he makes Day 2, which he more than likely will, it'll be the fourth time he's done so at the 2013 WSOP. It's impressive, but what isn't is that he's failed to cash each time. It's even more heartbreaking considering he's busted one table from the money three of the four times.