With the tournament clock stopped and only three hands left to play, Dan kelly and Robert McVeigh just couldn't resist engaging in one final skirmish before the night came to an end.
Kelly opened for 125,000 from UTG+1, and next to act, McVeigh followed with a reraise to 250,000. Kelly came along for the ride and the flop fell .
A check by Kelly induced a bet of 450,000 from McVeigh, and Kelly sprung his trap with an all-in bet of 1.43 million effective. McVeigh snap-called with and his overpair to the board had Kelly's in a deep hole.
With no help on the turn or river, Kelly doubled McVeigh up on one of Day 3's last hands, but he still holds an above average stack heading into Day 4 play tomorrow.