Shaun Deeb limped in from under the gun, as did John D'Agostino from UTG +1 before the action folded to Daniel Makowsky in the small blind. Makowsky called and then Kendall Fukumoto checked his big bind before he and D'Agostino drew two cards each. Makowsky and Deeb took one each.
All the players looked at each other and laughed, then on both the second and third draws, they all took one each and checked around before Fukumoto showed down () for the winning three-card.
It's a shame that just because Badugi is not, in the full sense of the word, a "true" form of poker (i.e. not a five-card hand game), it shouldn't mean that they turn it into a joke - particularly at a WSOP event.