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Breaking the First Table

Ricardo Alvarado, Noah Vaillancourt, Shannon Shorr and Dario Sammartino have been eliminated.

Shannon Shorr Eliminated in 22nd Place (€20,800)

Italy's Gianluca Escobar opened for 26,000 from middle position and cleared the field all the way around to Shannon Shorr in the big blind. The American pro opted to shove all in for roughly 155,000, and Escobar snap-called.

Dvoress Takes from Shorr

Daniel Dvoress opened for 25,000 from the cutoff and Shannon Shorr called from the button. Darrell Goh did the same from the big blind and three players took a flop of .

WSOP Bracelet Winner Ivan Luca Flips for Tournament Life

Shannon Shorr opened for 22,000 from middle position and Argentina's Ivan Luca, who won a World Series of Poker gold bracelet this summer, moved all in for 198,000 from the button.

Farrell Continues Domination

Niall Farrell opened the action with a raise to 18,000 and Shannon Shorr called from one seat over. The player in the big blind raised to 60,000 and then Farrell shut down all further action with a raise to 126,000.

Shorr Hits Pure One-Outer, Beats Nut Flush With Straight Flush!

Latvian regular Mihails Morozovs just got the bad beat of his tournament career in what must have been the sickest hand of the tournament so far. It all started calm with Morozovs raising from the hijack to 12,000.

Hunichen Gets Shorter

Shannon Shorr opened to 6,500 from the hijack and Chris Hunichen then three-bet to 17,000 from the button. Shorr glanced over at the stack of his opponent and fellow regular from the US before moving all in.

Shorr Doubles Through Muehloecker

In a limped pot and battle of the blinds, Thomas Muehloecker bet the flop for 3,500 and Shannon Shorr called. On the turn, Muehloecker fired 8,500 and was called once again before Shorr got his last 43,300 in after the river.

Bou Habib Ain't Folding Aces

EPT Deauville 2013 runner up and EPT Vienna 2014 side event champion Walid Bou Habib opened the hijack to 375 and Shannon Shorr on the button was the sole caller. The flop came and Bou Habib bet 550.

Remko Report Episode #17: Shannon Shorr

Shannon Shorr, one of the Global Poker Index Players of the Decade, joins Remko Rinkema to talk about his personal growth, traveling, the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and much more.

In The Money in the $5,000 Turbo

The 2015 WSOP Event #56: $5,000 Turbo No-Limit Hold'em drew 454 entries Saturday, creating a $2,133,800 prize pool with plans to play 54 spots. A min-cash is worth $8,257 and first place includes a WSOP bracelet and $490,800.

Shorr Picks One Up

Shannon Shorr raised to 4,200 from middle position, and Matt Iles called from the small blind. Nick Yunis called out of the big blind to complete the preflop action, and the dealer dealt out the . Action checked to Shorr, and he bet 5,100.

Yunis Five-Bets with Five High

Nick Yunis opened to 4,000 from middle position, Shannon Shorr three-bet to 9,500 from the cutoff, Darryll Fish four-bet to 16,000 from the big blind and Yunis five-bet to 22,000 (he was informed the minimum reraise would have to be 22,500)

Jason Les Leads Final 35 in the $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed

Just 35 players remain in the 2015 WSOP Event #51: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed with high-stakes online pro Jason Les in the lead and looking to book a spot at his third final table of the summer.

Paredes Chips Up with Three-Bet

After later registering for the event and then quickly doubling up, Shannon Shorr opened to 2,200 from the cutoff seat. Nick Maimone called from the small blind, and then David Paredes reraised to 7,200 out of the big blind.

Gruissem Busts Allera

Shannon Shorr opened for 5,500 and Florence Allera shoved all in for 81,000. Philipp Gruissem on the button made the call, both blinds and Shorr folded. Phillipp Gruissem: Florence Allera: The board ran out and Allera hit the rail.

Trickett and Veiga Chop the Pot

Sam Trickett opened under the gun for 2,600 and Diogo Veiga on the button made the call. Shannon Shorr in the small blind called as well, Liv Boeree folded her big blind. Shorr checked to Trickett on and the British pro bet 5,800.

Trickett Shove River Against Shorr

The board showed when we picked up the action as Sam Trickett bet 11,600 from the big blind. Shannon Shorr called from the button and the river was the on which Trickett moved all in.

Nitsche Flops a Set

We picked up the action on a flop of . Dominik Nitsche checked from the big blind and Shannon Shorr made a bet of 1,400. Paul Newey folded his button, Nitsche asked how much it was and called.

Aggressive Start by Farrell

Niall Farrell just raised before the flop from the hijack to 525 and Shannon Shorr three-bet from the button to 1,500. Both blinds folded and Farrell made the call. The flop showed and Farrell checked to Shorr who bet 1,700.