The game of Pot-Limit Omaha can create some amazing pots and here is one of them. The flop was showing and all three players involved in the hand decided to play for stacks. It was David Benyamine who covered Adam Kornuth who covered Chris De Maci.
The three of them were playing for a 250,000 pot and it would be worth 435,000 for Benyamine. But we had two cards to come and De Maci was in the lead with his middle set, remarkably nobody had a straight and Kornuth was leading Benyamine with his pair of fours.
The situation did not change, except that Benyamine picked up even more outs.
De Maci tripled up to 141,300, Kornuth scooped the side pot with two-pair courtesy of his and re-modelled his 90,140 and Benyamine missed the lot and moved down to 185,000.