"I'm all in," Phil Hellmuth announced from under the gun, committing his last 19,500.
Justin "Boosted J" Smith asked for a count before re-shoving on his direct left, and Abe Mosseri also moved all in out of the small blind.
Mosseri stood pat, Hellmuth drew two, revealing the , and Smith drew one.
Hellmuth turned over his first card - the - and he was drawing live to a superior nine low. He started to sweat his final card and was excited to see that it had no sides, but when he discovered that it was a diamond he knew he was drawing dead because both the and the were laying face up on the felt.
The 13-time bracelet winner unhappily turned over the , and Smith quickly revealed paint; the . Both players hit the rail, while Mosseri chipped up to 143,000.