Euan Cameron Eliminated in 16th Place (€7,000)
It appeared action folded to Christy Morkan in the small blind and that he shoved to put the pressure on Euan Cameron in the big. We think Cameron called off for 240,000 or so, but either way he was all in and at risk.
Thanks to his kicker, Cameron was a big favorite. In fact, according to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, Cameron had a 72.31% chance of doubling on the hand. The flop paired his queen and brought his chances up to 81.92%, but it also gave Morkan a gutshot straight draw to Broadway, which he'd hit 16.97% of the time.
Much to Cameron's dismay, the on the turn gave Morkan the said flush and a 75% chance of winning. Cameron was none too pleased, but the good news was that it was a club, meaning he had picked up a flush draw. He could also chop with a jack on the river. The dealer burned one last time and put out the , the last card Cameron would see before taking his leave in 16th place.