David Oppenheim had been knocked back down under 100,000 in chips after losing a pot to Stephen Chidwick in a hand of 2-7 Triple Draw. Chidwick had made a ten to beat Oppenheim's jack. After doubling up through Chris Klodnicki a few hands ago, Oppenheim was right back to being in severe trouble.
Luke Schwartz raised to 50,000 from under the gun and Chidwick called from a couple seats over. Roland Israelashvili called on the button and Oppenheim called from the big blind, leaving himself with just 1,000 behind.
As the board ran out , all four players checked it down, with none opting to bet anymore and force Oppenheim to make a decision for the last of his chips.
At the showdown, Schwartz showed the for queens and fours and everyone else mucked.