There will be no back-to-back bracelets for Georgia native Kory Kilpatrick, as he was "showered" by Mustapha Kanit.
Kilpatrick raised to 22,000 in the cutoff, Kanit three-bet to 41,000 on the button, and Kilpatrick moved all in for 195,000.
"Like two-hundred?" Kanit asked.
The dealer confirmed his estimation, and the Italian called.
The flop kept Kilpatrick in the lead, and the 2014 bracelet winner remained ahead after the turn. But the man with the axe — — completed the board, giving Kanit a pair of kings.
"You showered me," Kilpatrick told Kanit, grinning.
"I told you!" Kanit said excitedly. "I said I'd shower you!"
Mustapha told me he was gonna shower me, then he did with KQ to my AQ. Oh well, can't complain. Thanks for the love, amigosFollow @kory_kilpatrick
For those of you who are confused, young poker players have shortened "hit the showers" to "showers," and when players are either eliminated or owned — or both — they are "showered."
Kilpatrick and Kanit shared a hearty laugh, and as Kilpatrick was walking out, Griffin Benger laid the icing on the cake.
"Go home and cry on your bracelet!" the Canadian cried out.