Grayson "gray31" Ramage's quest for back-to-back WCOOP Main Event final tables came to an end moments ago. The short-stacked Ramage moved all-in for 110,945 from middle position and Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah called directly behind. The rest of the table folded and it was the pocket threes of Ramage needing help against the pocket eights of Leah.
The board gave Leah an unnecessary set on the river to eliminate Ramage in 75th place. Ramage earned $183,225 for his eighth-place finish in last year's WCOOP Main Event.