Daniel Laidlaw opened to 40,000 on the button, Dan Shak three-bet to 145,000 from the big blind, and Laidlaw four-bet shoved for around 600,000. Shak snap-called.
Laidlaw had Shak dominated, and his lead increased when the flop fell . Now, one of Shak's outs (the ), was dead.
The turn was a red seven, and the gave Shak the lead. The rail exploded into a chorus of groans, and Shak started to walk away from the table with a look of shock on his face.
The bricked on the river, and Laidlaw was eliminated in 12th place. Before he could exit, Shak made sure to go and shake his hand. Laidlaw took it and thanked Shak with a smile on his face.
Shak now sits with around 3.45 million chips, just a few chips behind our leader Joseph Cabret.