He caught a lucky break on day one against Sam Stein to double up his very short stack and got quite a rush going. The rush ended today as Stout finished in 25th place busting against Alexander Dovzhenko.
On a flop Stout put his money into the pot after Dovzhenko had made a bet. The all-in was for around 26,000 chips and the Russian had him barely covered.
The turn was the and the river the giving Dovzhenko a straight and busting Matt Stout. We're down to just four tables.