Ludovic Lacay was just in a somewhat unique spot. Action had reached the turn with the board showing in a hand between Lacay and Attilio Donato, and upon the completion of betting on that round Donato mistakenly opened his hand thinking Lacay was all in.
The floor was called, with Donato's cards showing for kings and a straight draw. The floor told the dealer to deliver the river — the — and Lacay went ahead and put the 3,000 or so he had left and Donato called.
Lacay showed for a flush and won the pot. The dealer then warned Donato that the next time he made such an error he'd be penalized a round, which led to some table banter afterwards.
Steven Loube — winner of the $1,500 PLO Hi-Low event last summer — joked that the transgression to show one's cards didn't seem like one which there existed a worry that players would deliberately commit it repeatedly. Meanwhile another player across the table proposed a new name for such a game.