We found Allen Kessler in a three-way pot against two opponents on fifth street.
Everyone had caught bad on fifth, but the player with threes bet when it was checked to him. Both Kessler and the other player called. Kessler grabbed the betting lead on sixth when he caught good with , and the first player folded with a . The player with the threes had caught a queen, but he called. Kessler then bet seventh and his opponent raised. Kessler made the call.
"Seven-six perfect," his opponent said, tabling . Kessler held a seven as well, , and he had been caught on seventh.
"Sorry Allen," his opponent said. "Still love ya."