Day 4 wasn't kind to Shaun Deeb; in fact, all he seemed to do was dwindle over the first two levels.
In a hand at the tail end of Level 20, Deeb moved all in from middle position for 162,000 and received a call from Artem Metalidi in the small blind.
"I got it in with my favorite hand," Deeb said before seeing the flop come down , which provide him with any help. The turn was just as useless, and Deeb needed either a king or queen on the river to stay alive. The dealer burned one last time and put out the . With that, Deeb was eliminated from the tournament, and we're guessing he'll probably jump into the €10,000 High Roller event that just started.