During a round of Omaha 8, David Shmuel got it all in preflop against all three of the other players with no side pot.
Everyone checked all the way down on a board of , and all four players showed their cards:
Ricardo Quintero: (aces up, A-2 low)
Zack Milchman: (aces up, A-2 low)
Dallas Bare: (full house)
David Shmuel: (aces up, A-5 low)
Bare won the high side with his full house, sixes full of fours, while Quintero and Milchman split the low with their ace-deuce lows. Shmuel was eliminated in fourth place.
David Shmuel – Eliminated in 4th Place ($1,890)
With three players remaining, the average chip stack is about 212,000 (11 Big Bets), and the next player to bust will earn $2,720.