With only 25,600 left to play with, and the table short-stack by a significant margin, Jack Shea decided to get all his chips in just now.
James Worth opened for 5,000 on the cutoff and Shea shoved all-in from the big blind. Worth called and when the cards went over, the all-in player was the slight favorite.
The flop came an interesting , which gave Worth top pair but Shea a flush draw and one overcard to the board.
The turn changed nothing and the river bricked with a . Shea has hit the rail, whilst the remaining players are now five-handed.