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Danzer Busts High Roller; Shot Clock Off and Shack-Harris Gets Final Chance

donpeters • Level 6: 400-800, 100 ante
Will Danzer hold?

George Danzer opened with a raise to 1,600 from middle position, and Fabian Quoss called on the button. Greg Merson called from the big blind, and the flop came down {Q-Hearts}{9-Spades}{5-Hearts}. Merson checked, and Danzer bet 3,600. After Quoss folded, Merson check-raised to 9,200. Danzer went all in for around 30,000, and Merson made the call.

Merson tabled top pair with the {Q-Spades}{9-Hearts}. Danzer had one over card to the board and a flush draw with the {A-Hearts}{J-Hearts}.

The turn and river were the {3-Clubs} and {7-Spades}, respectively, and Danzer was eliminated.

With Danzer's elimination, his 2014 World Series of Poker has come to a close. It was certainly one for the ages, though, as the German earned three gold bracelets and currently leads the WSOP Player of the Year race by 116.8 points. But, Danzer still has a sweat.

With Brandon Shack-Harris still in the 2014 WSOP Asia-Pacific Main Event and needing a second-place finish or better to steal the tittle at the buzzer, it's right down to the wire with this one. At the time of this writing, the Main Event has been cut down to 24 players with Shack-Harris wielding a top-10 stack.

Player Chips Progress
Greg Merson us
Greg Merson
us 101,000 -3,000
George Danzer de
George Danzer
de Busted

Tags: Fabian QuossGeorge DanzerGreg MersonBrandon Shack-Harris