We're not sure of the betting, but we do know that last year's Main Event runner-up, John Racener, got his stack of 52,100 all in preflop and was called by an unknown opponent.
Racener was in a dominating spot as the ESPN cameras swarmed the table. Unfortunately, Racener found himself in a head of trouble when the flop fell , delivering his opponent a set. Racener stood in preparation for his exit as the blanked on the turn. With the cameras rolling, in a hand that will no doubt make the broadcast, the fell harmlessly on the river and Racener's day was done.
With Racener's elimination, the only player left in the field from last year's November Nine is third-place finisher Joseph Cheong.