Chris Moneymaker's 2011 WSOP has come to a swift conclusion. After falling below 10,000 early, he had doubled back and looked as though he was starting to regain some momentum. Then he hit a couple of missteps again and was down to around 13,000 or so when his final hand took place.
Up against Carl Carlson and looking at a flop, Carlson managed to get Moneymaker to commit the last of his chips holding while Carlson had for a set of tens. The turn was the and river the , and halfway through Level 3 Moneymaker has hit the rail.
Carlson, meanwhile, has 43,000 after that one.