A short-stacked Ty Reiman moved all in for 102,000 and action folded around to Micah Smith in the small blind. Smith obviously did not see Reiman's shove as he dropped in what he thought was a raise to just over 20,000. Ole Schemion, also oblivious to Reiman's shove, then dropped in enough to call Raskin's "raise."
The dealer, who had immediately announced that Reiman was all in, stopped the action. With the floor's assistance it was explained to Raskin that he had two choices: 1.) he could call the all-in shove or 2.) he could fold his hand and sacrifice his hand. Raskin, who was wearing headphones, chose the former option.
Given that the action had changed in front of Schemion, who was also wearing headphones, he was given the options of either calling or taking his chips back minus the big blind. He chose the latter, which left Reiman and Raskin heads up.
Reiman got it in as a huge favorite, but that doesn't always matter in poker as he found out when the flop fell . Raskin paired his ten and was suddenly in the lead. Reiman was up out of his chair before the dealer even put out the turn, which was the . Reiman picked up a few more outs, but he'd be left wanting as the blanked on the river.