A very short-stacked player was all in and no fewer than seven (!) other players hunted for the bounty. Allen Kessler was the one to bet 5,000 on the flop and Jan Mach was the only caller. Kessler quickly bet 15,000 on the turn and Mach called again.
Before the river was dealt, Kessler had the remainder of his stack in and Mach called. Kessler tabled , Mach and they chopped up the short stack who had .
They'd chop the bounty of €300 but there was one problem: the bounty is represented by a single physical chip. Always the one willing to help out, Kessler quickly offered to pay €150 from his pocket to Mach and received the flashy bounty chip.