Mike Matusow had been having a rough day, unable to get anything going it seemed, and in a hand that was a microcosm of his whole day, he has been eliminated. Matusow and Terrence Chan were heads up on a flop of . Chan checked to Matusow, and with about 3,500 in the middle, Matusow put out a bet of 3,000. Chan thought for just a few moments before putting out a stack that had Matusow covered. Matusow beat him into the pot with the call, and was in disbelief when he saw Chan's hand.
When he saw Chan's hand, Matusow could only stare up at the ceiling for a few moments before tabling his hand. He would need one of the two remaining kings in the deck to survive, and he wouldn't get it on the turn, the . Rubbing salt in the wound, the river came the , giving Chan unnecessary quads. Matusow spoke briefly with the ESPN cameras, before quickly making his final exit out of the Amazon room for this WSOP.