Omaha 8 or Better
Matt Grapenthien was all in for his final 9,000 in early position. Mike Wattel then raised in the small blind and Jordan Siegel called in the big blind.
The players then checked down the board.
Grapenthien showed , which failed to connect with the board. Siegel showed for just a pair of deuces, and Wattel mucked his hand, meaning Siegel's ducks had quacked loudly enough to send Grapenthien to the rail.
Meanwhile, at an adjacent table, Brandon Shack-Harris was also one of the first post-bubble eliminations.