Robert Panitch Eliminated in 16th Place ($11,624)
Level 27 : 12,000-24,000, 4,000 ante
We didn't catch the action until the turn when the board read . There was around 170,000 already in the pot when Robert "Uncle Crunk" Panitch moved all in for roughly 400,000, which Joseph Hebert called.
Panitch showed the for a wheel draw, while Hebert was ahead with the . Panitch could win with either a five or an ace, but it wasn't in the cards as the river blanked.