Shannon Shorr's climb up the chip counts continues; he now has 43,000 chips.
On a flop, Shorr bet 1,200 into his two opponents. James Carroll folded in the hijack, but Bulgarian pro Simeon Naydenov called from the cutoff. The dealer burned a card before placing the on the felt for the players to ponder over. Shorr made it 4,300 to play and Naydenov had seen enough and sent his cards back to the dealer.