So watch it if you'd like. There is some occasional good play, but mostly not. The end is SUPER DIRTY IMO. The dude short stacked with maybe 4m to their around 20+ asks if they can make a deal as soon as they get down to 4. Obviously, he is smart enough to know that most deals today are ICM and unless he's going to get lucky or play his butt off he's better off with a 4 way ICM chop right now. No one responds. A few hands later, he finds himself making a bad shove blind vs blind with a4o snap called by 55. He does not improve, is knocked out, and no one is really crying for him because he walks away with like 75k+. But the INSTANT he gets knocked out the remaining three all select "discuss a deal". THEN, when they're preparing to discuss the deal the b*tch who is in 1st just barely wants to see not just ICM but chip chop numbers too. We all obviously know why. She is no Debi. So the host gives the numbers and ICM is basically a wash with like say 145k to all 3 plus 20k left over to eventual winner. Chip chop is slightly more askew and would mean about, I don't know, maybe a 3-4k gap between 1st and 3rd despite being pretty much even in chips. IMNSHO, if you're going to try and b*tch/complain/fight for an extra 2% you're just being greedy. Almost immediately, the 3rd place guy, who had been the best and most consistent player at the table says "ICM only." Second place eventually says "hmmm" and after a long pause "ICM ok" and 1st place begrudgingly agrees. I'm not going to bother finish watching this session to see who takes down the 20k but I'd be rooting for them in reverse order of the current standings.
I don't have access to this site, so I don't know how much would have been available for 1st if played out (and therefore "graciously" given up by 1st place) or how much the entry fee was. But I would assume there were tons and tons of sattys and super sattys but even with a full entry paid, I'd say 145k in an online tourney split 3 ways to each is a pretty good day.