Adrian Mateos limped the button and Martin Kabrhel checked his option to the flop. Mateos min-bet and Kabrhel called.
After the turn, Kabrhel checked once more and Mateos now over-bet for 1,150,000, which Kabrhel called after some consideration.
On the river, Kabrhel checked and Mateos moved all in for more than 4 million.
"Adrian, I think it is a bluff, but hippo tells me it's a full house," Kabrhel said after he had grabbed his card protector. Another minute passed and one of the players at the table called the clock on Kabrhel, who immediately pointed out that "it hasn't been enough time."
Eventually, Kabrhel called all in for 3,710,000 and Mateos rolled over the for a bluff. Kabrhel doubled with for trips aces and Mateos was left with fewer than three big blinds.