Hoyt Corkins raised to 18,000 under the gun, and Maria Ho flatted in position. Around in the big blind, Chris Moorman squeezed out and made a three-bet to what looked like 46,000. Corkins shoved, Ho folded, and Moorman made the call to put the cowboy at risk for the ~300,000 chips he had left. Corkins showed up , though, and Moorman let out a wince upon seeing the bad news.
The flop was blank and clean, but the turn was a disaster for the American. The was Moorman's two-out set, and Corkins could not catch back up on the river. The table offered their condolences, but that's all Corkins has left. After finishing in 15th place in this event last year, his run for revenge is over with about 40 players left.