assume the following: MTT with dedicated dealers and OPTAH (one player to a hand) rule is in effect. - the tournament is down to the final 7 or 8 players, all already in the money and blinds are 30k/60k. - player 1 shoves for 600k, approximately the average stack. - folds around to player 2, second largest stack at table, who shoves for 1.4M, but announces "all in, 2 million." dealer does not count stack or correct player 2. - player 3, the big stack and only one who covers player 2 looks at his cards and asks player 2, "2 million?" player 2 answers, "yes." player 3 does not ask the dealer for a count nor does the dealer take it upon himself to count player 2 down. - a player who has already folded is aware of player 2's stack size and watches the above exchanges. does it violate the OPTAH rule for the player who had folded to now speak up about the true size of player 2's stack?