Joey Weissman told PokerNews he was confident heading into Day 2, but unfortunately for him things didn't go his way.
In what would be his final hand of the tournament, Chris Moore opened with a button raise and Weissman shipped all in from the small blind for right around 30,000. The big blind folded and Moore made the call.
It was a classic flip, and according to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, Moore was a slight 51.92% favorite while Weissman would survive 47.52% of the time.
The flop was interesting as it failed to hit Weissman directly, but it made him a 55.35% favorite with two overs and a flush draw. The turn was no help and Moore became a 68.18% favorite, while Weissman's chances of survival dropped to 31.82%.
The blanked on the river and Weissman's day came to an end toward the end of Level 11.
"Good luck guys," Weissman offered before taking his leave from Event #2: $25,000 Mixed-Max No-Limit Hold'em.