Aaron Schaff selected PLO.
"You know, I won a bracelet in PLO," Robert Mizrachi said.
"Yeah," Schaff responded. "I wasn't playing that event."
"You were probably still in high school."
The banter was more exciting than the hands that round.
Limit Omaha Eight-or-Better
Schaff raised from the button in Mizrachi's game selection, and Mizrachi three-bet. Schaff called, and the flop came . Mizrachi bet, and Schaff raised. Mizrachi made it three bets, and Schaff called. Mizrachi fired bullets on the turn and river, but Schaff mucked on the end, showing for a set.
Back on Schaff's game, he potted out of the big blind after Mizrachi limped the button, and Mizrachi called to see a flop. Both players checked, and Schaff bet 45,000 on the turn. Mizrachi quickly called, and Schaff checked the river. Mizrachi fired 120,000, and Schaff folded.