Poker Predictions for 2020

Poker is an ever-evolving game. Unbeatable, unbelievable at times, the game we all know and love will undoubtedly change again during the next year of action. From the World Series of Poker to the Super High Roller Bowl, there are bound to be differences when we look back at the drama

Another for Steve O’Dwyer

Steve O'Dwyer opened to 22,000 from the cutoff and Sam Soverel called on the button, as did Bryn Kenney from the big blind. The flop landed [KcAs3h] and after Kenney checked, O'Dwyer bet 20,000. Soverel called and Kenney folded as the turn landed the [8s]. O'Dwyer bet 40,000, and Soverel mucked.

Steve O’Dwyer Shoves on Bryn Kenney

Bryn Kenney opened the hijack to 22,000 and Steve O'Dwyer studied Kenney's chip stack for roughly 20 seconds before announcing he was all in for 1,684,000. Kenney casually flicked in a time extension, and before having to use another, he opted to fold.

Turn Bet Win for Bryn Kenney

Isaac Haxton raised to 20,000 on the button and Bryn Kenney defended his big blind. The flop landed [Ks2s6h] and both players checked to reveal the [9h] on the turn. Kenney led out for 34,000 and Haxton folded.

Kahle Burns and Bryn Kenney Eliminated in 8th and 9th Places

Elio Fox raised to 32,000 in the hijack and Bryn Kenney moved all in from the cutoff for 286,000. Chris Hunichen called on the button, and from the small blind, Kahle Burns moved all in for 306,000. Fox folded, and after some consideration, Hunichen called. Hunichen: [AcQs] Burns: [JsJh] Kenney: [KdQd] The flop landed

Bryn Kenney vs. Kahle Burns

Kahle Burns raised to 26,000 from early position and Bryn Kenney called in the big blind. The flop landed [Ks8h5h] and Kenney check-called a bet of 18,000. The turn fell the [5s], and Kenney now elected to lead out for 41,000. Burns called, and when the river landed the [7h], Kenney announced a