No Limit Hold'em
Having rocketed up the chip counts earlier in this evening's session, Shannon Shorr has lost them just as quickly and as a result is now out of Event #52.
Earlier, our field reporter picked up the action between Shorr and a middle position player, who checked to Shorr on the turn with the board reading . Shorr bet 1,100 from the cutoff, but his opponent check-raised, making it 2,600 to go.
Shorr called, then called his opponent's all-in bet after the river of the , only to muck after the opponent showed . A short time later, he got his money into the middle before the flop with , but ran smack into Sergey's Rybachenko's .
The board ran out and that, Shorr has departed the Pavillion Room.