We found John Racener with a raise of 50,000 in front of him before the flop. His opponent, Andrew Oh on the button, had jammed it in with a covering stack of a bit more than 400,000 and Racener decided to call off his own 400,000.
The flop brought additional outs for Racener: , as a nine would now counterfeit Oh. The turn was a brick and a river left Racener with naught.
"Good luck, guys," the former Main Event runner-up said as he exited the table.