We heard rumors of T.J. Cloutier and Shannon Shorr in the field but we weren't able to find them until now. There are eight tables left in the yellow section of Pavilion and Cloutier was sitting at one of them. He seemed in a friendly mood even calling us over to tell us his chip count.
As we were walking back into the Brasilia room, we noticed Shannon Shorr sitting down with a healthy stack and caught him in the middle of a hand where the flop read . He called the 750 bet of the player in middle position, as did the player in the big blind.
Both players checked to Shorr on the turn and Shorr led for 2,100. The big blind released his hand and the middle position player called. Shorr's opponent check-called a 6,500 bet on the river. Shorr tabled for a straight and his opponent sent his cards into the muck.