We've got limited details on this one, but here's what we know.
Erik Seidel got himself all in in a four-way pot (against Huck Seed, Humberto Brenes, and John Hennigan), and the board ended up showing . On the last betting round, Seed was in position and closed the pot with a call. It was quite a showdown:
Everyone gets a quarter of the low pot with their ace-deuces, and Seed will gladly accept the full high half for his fives full of fours. He gets 5/8ths of the pot, while the other three have to settle for just a paltry 1/8th apiece. For Seidel, it's not good news at all as he's left with 3,200 lonely chips.