Flashback Friday: 4-way all-in for the title

The 2014 Canada Cup ended with a surprising hand, where all of the players put their chips into the middle.

Sometimes it can hours for a heads-up period of a tournament to end, chips can go back and forth. However, in this case, the players chose another way of doing business. Even though the prizes were huge, these guys were not afraid to gamble.

The final prizes

1. $335.935
2. $235.720
3. $151.430
4. $112.152.

Robert Notkin, who qualified for the tournament on a $30 satellite, decided to open-limp with pocket Kings and then...


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