We saw Kahle Burns sitting with a mountain of chips that totaled approximately 140,000, and we had to find out how he got them. Burns was kind enough to share one hand that gave him a healthy boost.
According to him, two players limped preflop and then called when he raised. The flop saw both those opponents call a bet of 2,300 from Burns, and then a appeared on the turn. Burns bet 5,500, one of his opponents folded, and the other raised to 12,000. Burns made the call and then he checked the river.
His opponent bet a hefty 22,000, and Burns responded by check-raising all in. His opponent had 50,000 or so behind and decided to conserve it as he laid down his hand to Burns.