Riding a short stack, Raymond Dandrea got his last 84,000 into the middle holding , and when Michael DeGilio called him down, he was hoping to be in a coin flip situation.
Unfortunately for Dandrea, DeGilio held and the overpair put him in command going to the flop, which came . Like the fabled tin man, Dandrea had no heart, and the flop put him even further behind with only one out left in the deck.
The turn came , and Dandrea was down to a 2% shot at survival.
Fifth street was just a long and lonely walk for Dandrea, and he hits the rail with a 16th place finish. DeGilio, meanwhile, moved into the chip lead with the win.