Joe Cassidy was the chip leader at dinner break, but that is not the case anymore.
We arrived at his table in the midst of a hefty pot that included Dan Kelly and Chris Klodnicki. On sixth street, the betting was capped and about 165,000 was in the pot. Their boards read as follows:
On seventh street, Cassidy held the on-board lead and checked. Kelly was next to act and bet. Klodnicki called, but Cassidy put in a raise. Kelly called, but this time Klodnicki re-raised. A call from Cassidy and Kelly revealed the following.
Klodnicki's full house and Kelly's 7-6 low chopped the pot, leaving Cassidy with about 80,000 less in chips.