Hand #161 - Matt Keikoan
Shannon Shorr has the button in seat 3 and he moves all in. Matt Keikoan calls. The players show:
The crowd is on their feet as the flop comes
. Shannon Shorr will need serious help if he is to come from behind and avoid elimination.
Without the normal "delay for delay's sake," the dealer puts the
on the turn. It's all over. Matt Keimoan has won his first bracelet. The
on the river was a mere formality. Shorr congratulated the champion and then received heartfelt consolation from his legion of supporters.
Shannon Shorr falls painfully short of his for WSOP bracelet but will leave with $349,141 to show for his outstanding efforts.