This crazy hand started with Murilo Figueredo all in with his small blind, and he vowed not to look until the end. Matt Glantz in early position then raised, which Mel Judah on the button called. Then action was on short-stacked Rolan Nally in the big blind, who thought for a second then just called, leaving only one big bet behind.
The flop came , which saw a bet from Glantz and a call from Judah, sending Nally into the tank. After a good while of playing with his last chips, he smacked them down on the felt with a call. Now that Figueredo and Nally were all in, Glantz and Judah were going heads up to a turn.
The turn went bet-call by Glantz and Judah, respectively.
The river produced the same bet-call from Glantz and Judah.
Now the four hands were tabled, starting with the side pot of Glantz and Judah.
Glantz showed for one pair, aces, for the high and the nut low while Judah showed to chop the low. Glantz was then awarded three-quarters of the side pot.
Meanwhile, Figueredo slowly peeled his cards and excitedly threw down for top two pair to win half of the main pot to stay alive.
Nally then tabled his hand to show for no low and a lesser pair than Glantz, meaning he was out of the tournament in ninth place for ($19,672)