The action folded to Matt Glantz, who raised to around 600,000 out of the small blind. Yevgeniy Timoshenko announced "call," although he wanted to go all in, committing more than three-quarters of his stack.
"This is Googles all over again," Shaun Deeb said, referring to the epic pot-limit Omaha hand from the 2012 $50,000 Poker Players Championship.
Neither player tabled their hand, however, and the flop fell . Glantz bet enough to put Timoshenko all in, and he called all in.
Glantz started to turn over his hand, but the dealer halted him because the action must be completed on all tables. The two started discussing their hands, and Timoshenko had "it." Glantz then said he was "suited," and at that point everyone basically knew what the two hands were. Bill Perkins even took out his phone and plugged the two hands into a hand calculator to find out each player's equity.
Finally, the hands were opened.
It was all over for Timoshenko when the turned, leaving him drawing stone dead. A meaningless completed the board, and the bubble was officially over.
The remaining players will earn a minimum of $173,723, and we will have a full redraw for you shortly.