In the space of one level, Talal Shakerchi went from third in chips to out of the tournament. There was one questionable hand, but in all the others it's fair to say he ran terrible.
In what would be his last hand, Shakerchi moved all in from early position for 46,000 and Martins Seilis looked him up from the small blind.
Shakerchi was behind, but he did hold two live cards. However, he had been running awful, and that held true to form as the board ran out a useless . With that, Shakerchi's was sent to the rail.