Suppose there is some situation where Player A moves all-in and ALL Players call such that all players are all-in (they have equal amounts of chips, so no side-pots). Is there a possible distribution of cards such that Player A is drawing dead BEFORE THE FLOP? And if so, how likely is it, and what is the lowest number of players for which this is still possible?
No possible chance for Player A to win the pot or split it
All players who are dealt a hand will call (No cards can be folded)
No other player may have a hand identical to Player A (disregarding suit, of course); for example, if PLayer A has pocket twos, no player may have pocket twos except for Player A
The number of players may not be so high that there aren't enough cards to deal the flop, turn, and river (including burn cards)
One deck only
Texas Hold-em (Two cards per hand)
Obviously, the cards to come are not known (You can't just say "A misses his flush draw and loses to Aces; therefore, he's drawing dead")