Event #2: €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em
Days:

McLean Karr Eliminated in 6th Place (€24,309)

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McLean Karr is eliminated

Action folded around to McLean Karr on the button and he moved all in for right around 170,000. Antonio Esfandiari then moved all in over the top from the small blind, the big got out of the way, and the cards were flipped on their backs.

Showdown
Karr: {Q-Hearts}{10-Spades}
Esfandiari: {A-Spades}{8-Clubs}

Even though he was behind, Karr was all smiles and joked with his friend. "That's not a good flop," Karr quipped when the dealer put down the {6-Hearts}{9-Clubs}{5-Clubs}. "Jack," Karr said in hopes of picking up an open-ended straight draw. "Ok, now a jack," he added after the {8-Spades} turn gave him a gut-shot. Unfortunately for him, it wasn't in the cards as the {6-Clubs} blanked. Karr shook hands with Esfandiari and then exited the stage in sixth place, good for €24,309.

Chip Counts
Antonio Esfandiari us 425,000
McLean Karr us Busted

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