Hand #23: Kelly doubled the new big blind, making it 200,000 to play from the cutoff, and Desilva announced himself all-in for 1.02 million. The bet was big enough to convince Kelly, and Desilva took our first hand after returning from the break.
Hand #24: Staying consistent with his aggressive gameplan, Kelly raised to 200,000 from the hijack and Bennington came along for the ride. The flop fell and Kelly checked to Bennington, who fired a bet of 400,000 forward. Kelly called to see the arrive on the turn, and both players tapped the table. On the river, Kelly checked for a third time, and Bennington repeated his 400,000 wager. A believer, Kelly threw his hand away and Bennington took down a decently sized pot.
Hand #25: For the third consecutive hand, Kelly opened for 200,000, and once more Bennington wanted to play a pot with the young online phenom. The flop brought the to the table, and Kelly continued for 300,000. Bennington like his hand enough for a 900,000 rereaise, and Kelly was forced to toss his cards towards the dealer for the third time in a row.