Aaron Schaff selected pot-limit Omaha.
On the second hand of PLO, Schaff opened his button to 25,000. Robert Mizrachi called and the two saw hit the felt. Mizrachi checked and Schaff continued out for 32,000. Mizrachi called and the fell on the turn. There were two checks, allowing the to complete the board. Mizrachi bet 75,000 and Schaff quickly called.
Mizrachi showed for a turned set of tens. Schaff shook his head and flashed for a flopped set of eights before mucking his hand. After this hit, Schaff was down to 655,000.
Mizrachi selected Omaha 8 for the next round. He limped his button and Schaff checked his option. The flop fell and Schaff led out. Mizrachi called, allowing the to turn. Schaff checked, Mizrachi fired, and Schaff tossed out a call. Both players checked the river and Mizrachi fanned for jacks and fives.
Schaff threw his hand away and Mizrachi raked in another pot. He now sits at 1.305 million to Schaff's 580,000.