Randy Ohel limped from the hijack and Viacheslav Zhukov did the same from the cutoff. David "ODB" Baker was on the button and decided to raise the pot, making it 132,000 to go. The small blind got out of the way and Yuval Bronshtein opted to move all in for 140,000 total from the big. Ohel and Zhukov got out of the way and Baker made the call.
"I have the worst hand I've played all day," Baker said before tabling his cards.
Baker has been running well as of late, which was evidenced by the flop. "That's alright, I'll take half," Bronshtein said hoping he'd catch a qualifying low. The turn was a low card but it paired Bronshtein.
That meant Baker would take down the pot with a high card, which is exactly what he did when the peeled off. With that, Bronshtein shook hands with the remaining five players and took his leave in sixth place.