Brandon Shack-Harris, who dropped down to 320,000, managed a double in the last hand of 2-7 triple draw, but he would fall when the game changed over to no-limit hold'em.
In what would be the last hand of the tournament, Shack-Harris moved all in from the button and John Hennigan called him.
Shack-Harris was behind, but he was drawing to two live cards. The flop was no help to Shack-Harris, and neither was the turn. Shack-Harris needed either a king or seven to stay alive, but it wasn't meant to be as the blanked on the river.
Shack-Harris, who already had first, second, and third-place finishes at the 2014 WSOP prior to this event, is nipping at George Danzer’s heels in the Player of the Year race, and his finish in this tournament will no doubt make it an even more heated affair.