As the rest of the players exited the Pavilion Room for their last break of the day, we caught up with two players fervently counting their chip stacks to determine if one had indeed busted the other.
The final board read and Reagen Rich was standing up, with his laying in front of him. His opponent looked crestfallen and soon it became evident why: he had gone all-in with and the dagger that was the turn card had slashed his hopes of capturing a WSOP bracelet.
The dealer patiently counted out both players stacks as the player with kings silently hoped to have some ammunition remaining. Unfortunately, both he and Rich had exactly 9,025 chips and the defeated player was sent to the rail for a permanent break.