After losing some chips in the previous pot at his table, Ronnie Bardah moved right back to 300,000 after sending a player to the rail on the very next hand.
Action folded to a new player to the table in the cutoff seat, and he raised all in for 21,000. Bardah called from the small blind, then Brian Applebaum folded out of the big blind. Bardah tabled the , and his all-in opponent the .
The flop, turn and river ran out , and Bardah won the pot.
On Bardah's starting day earlier in the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event, we mentioned how he was working on his fourth consecutive WSOP Main Event cash, having cashed in 2010, 2011 and 2012. If Bardah were to make it to the money this year, he would tie the record for consecutive Main Event cashes held by Chris Bjorin. Bjorin cashed four straight years from 2008-2011.