Kim Sherlin raised to 10,000 under the gun and action folded around to Hungary's Szabolcs Saskoy in the big blind. He asked Sherlin, who hails from Great Britain, if he wanted action, and then opted to give it to him without waiting for an answer.
Saskoy proceeded to check-call a bet on the flop and then checked the turn. Shelin bet once again and then called off his remaining 8,000 when Saskoy check-raised.
Sherlin was in a bad spot as Saskoy had turned trips; in fact, the Brit needed an ace on the river to survive. The dealer burned and slowly put out the , the last card Sherlin would see in Event #20: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low 8-or-Better before exiting in 44th place.