Tom Dwan....we hardly knew thee. At least as far as the Main Event is concerned. Dwan sat out all of Day 1 and came into the day with 17,825. Well he was getting involved early and often, and he just busted moments ago.
Action started with a raise to 1,200 by Nicholas Vannewkirk. Dwan was the lone caller, and the two went heads up to a flop of . Vannewkirk made it 1,500 to go, and Dwan moved all in for 8,000 total. Vannewkirk made the call, and Dwan saw that he would need to catch up.
Dwan was looking for an eight, seven, or running clubs to take the hand. The on the turn made it just an eight or a seven for Dwan, and the came on the river, ending Dwan's WSOP.