Originally Posted by ChurchSkiz
Exactly what I was thinking. I'm not a rule expert but couldn't you have the dealer show all hands at that point since everyone at the table had access to information about a live hand (similar to an exposed card)? If not, would it be illegal to ask other players at the table what he showed?
"Show one show all" is a rule found much more commonly in bar games or home games than it is in a casino.
The important thing to remember in this hand though (and I'm pretty sure this is something the floor would take into consideration) is that there's only one other live hand in the game at this stage - the OP's. And OP didn't
see the cards.
So while the player has done something wrong in showing others his hand, he hasn't actually
affected the action in the hand yet. Maybe he's given away some extra information in the reactions of the players he's shown. But he hasn't directly affected the action.
It certainly wouldn't be against the rules for the OP to ask the other players what the cards they saw were. Whether it's kosher for those players to give an answer (accurate or otherwise) is a completely different matter. FWIW if I were the dealer, I'd be asking them not to answer. Especially since there's an innocent third party (the player who's all in) involved as well.