The action went three-handed to a flop of and Alex Lynskey was first to speak in the small blind. He checked to James Rann in the big blind who checked it over to Michael Kane in the cutoff. Kane fired for 1,200 but Lynskey played back at him for 4,400.
Rann thought about it before folding and with Kane sticking around the dealer turned the . Lynskey gave up the betting lead with a check and Kane bet just 3,000. Despite the relatively small sizing Lynskey threw his hand away.
Kane tabled for only ace-high and Lynskey laughed as the pot was pushed Kane’s way.