Kahle Burns opened the hijack for 45,000 and his neighbor Luke Reeves three-bet the cutoff to 150,000. The action folded back around to Burns who four-bet to 375,000. Reeves contemplated his options for a bit before shoving. Burns called instantly.
While Burns was ahead, that all changed on the turn as the board ran out .
“You win,” Burns said to Kempe while Reeves collected all of his chips. “The flop was red, so I owe you £10.”
While Kempe won £10 betting props and Burns headed to the rail, Reeves was stacking his chips worth about 4.4 million.