Any time is a bad time to run kings into aces, but the final seven tables of the Main Event is a particularly awful spot to do that.
Such was the fate of Gary Dishongh, down to about 800,000 when he moved in with . Matthew Bucaric woke up with the , and his call put Dishongh at risk of elimination. He could not find any help from the dealer on the board of , and that's the end of his day.
Bucaric is now brushing the 7-million-chip mark.