Chips move fast in a Pot Limit Omaha tournament, and we caught a hand that demonstrates just that. Richard Pépin and Billy Granofsky had been ahead all evening, even chip leaders at certain times, and yet both of them had gotten pretty low in just a few hands time.
Pépin was then all-in for about 40K, and Granofsky was also all-in, for a little more. They were both covered both by François Goulet. We got to the table when the dealer was exposing the whole cards before revealing the board.
Richard Pépin tripled up with just 2 pairs! The side pot was awarded to Goulet, who had nothing but a single pair. Just like that, Granofsky, who not long ago was leading the Event, was taken out. Goulet was about even in the hand, and remains a strong force on the table, with over 200K.