On the flop, Brandon Shack-Harris and Sean Winter got all the money in. Shack-Harris had flopped the best of it with the for trip queens, and Winter had the . The turn was the to keep Shack-Harris in front, and it was at this point that Winter grabbed his two aces and began to turn them over anticipating the loss. But then, the spiked on the river and gave Winter a winning full house. He turned his aces back over, and Shack-Harris was off to the exit.
With that elimination, Shack-Harris has officially fallen short in his quest for 2014 World Series of Poker Player of the Year. George Danzer will win the title with 923.5 points to Shack-Harris' 829.2. Both put on an absolutely amazing run at the title that involved three lead changes here at the WSOP Asia-Pacific alone. Danzer won three gold bracelets this year — two in Las Vegas and one in Melbourne — so Shack-Harris definitely had a tough hill to climb, but his performances this year shouldn't be forgotten.
With the victory, Danzer will forever be placed in poker history as the 2014 WSOP Player of the Year. He will earn an entry to the 2015 WSOP Main Event worth $10,000, but the title is priceless.
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