Hand #102: Daniel Strelitz raised to 120,000 from the button and Ognjen Sekularac three-bet to 490,000 in the small blind. Shorr thought for a while in the big blind before announcing that he was all in. That got a quick fold from Strelitz, putting Sekularac to a decision for his tournament life. The Serbian took his time before calling to put his tournament life at stake.
The flop came to give Sekularac a pair but it also gave Shorr outs, and the turn was the devastating to give Shorr Broadway and put Sekularac in deep trouble, only having outs to a full house on the river.
The river fell a harmless to dash the Serbian's hope of winning the WSOP bracelet and send us heads-up for the title, with Shannon Shorr, the overnight chip leader, just marginally ahead of Daniel Strelitz. Both men have powered through the field in impressive fashion.