Some people might say that you'd have the same odds of hitting a hole-in-one on the golf course these days as you would winning the WSOP Main Event.
However, Paul Pritchett will have to be content with just one of those accomplishments after having just been sent to the rail. After calling an opponent's raise of 3,200 before the flop, he shoved for 59,500 after the flop of when his adversary led out for 16,000.
The opponent called, showing down for the nut flush draw, but Pritchett was ahead with for top pair. The turn of the was of no help to either player, but the river brought Pritchett undone.