Dan Kelly just took down a pot in excess of 2.2 million chips and regained his footing after the previous loss to Robert Mcveigh.
Kelly defended his big blind after Chris Hunichen bumped it up with a min-raise. The two saw a flop of and Hunichen continued to 125,000, a wager which Kelly quickly called. The on the turn caused both players to slow down, and after they tapped the table we were off to the river.
Fifth street was the , and that's where things become a little more interesting. Hunichen fired a bet of 300,000 at Kelly, but the decorated young pro cut out two towers of green T25,000 chips for a reraise to 1 million even.
This was met by an exasperated sigh by Hunichen, who told Kelly and the railbirds watching intently that "this is sick... real sick." Hunichen repeated himself a few times while pondering his options, and his opponent's potential holdings, but eventually he decided to look the tricky Kelly up.
Kelly tabled the for the nut flush, after improving the top two pair he made on the turn, and Hunichen tossed his into the muck face up. Despite nailing his Broadway straight with a gutshot delivery on the river, Hunichen's hand was second best, and