Dan Kelly called an open in position and saw a heads-up flop of . Checked to Kelley he bet and got a call. The turn was the and again Kelly bet when checked to and got a call. The river was the and a last bet from Kelly saw his opponent give it up.
Brandon Shack-Harris had just arrived on Kelly’s table and they would tangle in the very next pot as Kelly opened for 6,000 and Shack-Harris made the call in the small blind. The flop was and with Shack-Harris to act first the action went check-bet-call. That repeated itself on the turn . On the river Shack-Harris led out and Kelly gave the board a suspicious once over before he made the call.
“Ace queen.” Shack-Harris said turning over for the rivered straight and Kelly mucked his hand.