When we reached Table 372, the board read , and there was about 19,000 in the middle. Matthew Kay checked to an opponent who bet, and Kay check-raised to 20,500. His opponent tank-called, and the turn brought the . Kay led out this time, tossing in 33,000, and his opponent tank-called.
The river was the , and Kay fired 32,000, sending his opponent deep into the tank. He eventually grabbed all of his chips with trembling hands, and moved all in. Kay looked disgusted, and quickly folded.
"I have a straight," Kay said as his cards hit the muck.
His opponent said nothing, opting to silently rake in the pot.