Talal Shakerchi busted and re-entered yesterday, but it turned out to be in vain as he had his fate repeated here on Day 2.
Shakerchi lost a good portion of his chips when Sorel Mizzi was all in preflop with . Shakerchi had him at risk with , but Mizzi managed to catch to win the race.
Not long after, Shakerchi shoved his last 72,000 from the button holding the and Patrik Antonius called him from the big blind with . The flop paired Antonius, but it also gave Shakerchi an open-ended straight draw with a flush draw. The turn didn't complete it, and neither did the river. Shakerchi missed his plethora of outs and hit the rail for the second time this tournament.