We witnessed a massive confrontation where three players players including Thomas Muhlocker, Ludovic Lacay, and Thomas Butzhammer put all of their chips in before the flop. Lacay had the most chips but had the other two just barely covered. He also happened to have the worst hand of the three:
The board fell down and Muhlocker's aces were able to hold up as the best hand. He was all in for 197,100 and was able to drag in a massive pot that brings him up to around 505,000. Butzhammer, the shortest stack of the bunch, was eliminated. Lacay was knocked down to just 8,000.
Lacay managed a double up the next hand when he was all in before the flop. Muhlocker raised over the top to 12,600 only to have Morgenstern four-bet to 27,000. Muhlocker folded and the hands were turned over.
The board brought and Lacay was able to secure a double up with a stronger ace high. Despite this fact, he still sits only around 20,000.