Jonathan Depa got it all in before the flop against Doug Baughman.
The board came , meaning Baughman quartered Depa by taking the high with aces and splitting the low, as both played .
Two hands later, Depa raised to 70,000, nearly all of his chips, and Zach Freeman put him all in for his remaining 14,000.
Depa had a rainbow hand but there was some value there with for low and for high, both ahead of Freeman. Depa's equity was realized as the board came , giving him a straight to the six with a nut low.