A player in middle position made it 1,300 to go, and Bryn Kenney three bet to 3,500 in the cutoff. It folded around to Jared Bleznick in the small blind, and he went all in for 17,700. The original raiser got out of the way, and after about 20 seconds of thinking, Kenney tossed in the call.
Bleznick drew one card, while Kenney stood pat, saying he had a "bad nine". From what we could tell of Kenney lifting his cards up, it looked like a "ninety-seven", and Bleznick showed . For the second time in the last hour, Bleznick was at risk drawing thin, and started to stand up as he flipped over his last card. This time, it was an , which was good enough for him to secure another double up to 38,000. Meanwhile, Kenney drops down to 9,300.