|Blinds||300,000 / 600,000|
Martin Kabrhel limped on the button, Joni Jouhkimainen called in the small blind and Andriy Lyubovetskiy came along in the big blind.
The checked around and the turn saw Jouhkimainen check-call 160,000 from Kabrhel, with Lyubovetskiy folding.
Jouhkimainen checked the river and Kabrhel bet 1,000,000. Jouhkimainen snap-called and took down the pot with a ten-high straight.
Martin Kabrhel raised from early position and Tom-Aksel Bedell three-bet all in for 2,740,000 with
"I never bluff," said Bedell. "I've told you before." Kabrhel eventually called.
The flop came with no help for Bedell. The turn gave Bedell a pair and the saw Bedell double up.
Jordan Westmorland and Ole Schemion continued the discussion about Martin Kabrhel's tanking at one end of the table.
"It's too long bro," said Schemion.
"It's not too long when it's huge decision," said Kabrhel. "What are you talking about? Enjoy the day."
"It's a very enjoyable final table," said Joni Jouhkimainen. "Some things might ruin it."
"Look at the stream and then apologize to me," Kabrhel said to Schemion. "Watch the stream and then you'll see how wrong you are."
"I'm just going to call clock on you," said Schemion.
"If you want me to play quickly, then don't disturb me during the hand," said Martin Kabrhel after picking up in the small blind.
He then raised to 435,000 and Joni Jouhkimainen quickly called in the big blind. The flop was and Kabrhel bet 300,000. Jouhkimainen called.
The turn was the giving Jouhkimainen a flush draw. Kabrhel bet 435,000 and Jouhkimainen called again.
The river completed the flush for Jouhkimainen and Kabrhel checked. Jouhkimainen bet 2,600,000.
After around three minutes in the tank, the clock was called on Kabrhel again before he eventually folded.
Ole Schemion raised to 265,000 in the cutoff and Martin Kabrhel flat-called.
The flop came and Kabrhel checked. Schemion continued for 140,000. Kabrhel called.
The turn was the and after a lengthy think, Kabrhel opted to bet 760,000.
Schemion called and the river was the . With 2,500,000 in the middle, and after a lengthy tank on the turn Kabrhel continued to tank on the river. Eventually the clock was called.
"Unreasonable," said Kabrhel. "Very unreasonable."
"What do you guys think?" asked Jordan Westmorland, who appeared to be the one who called the clock.
"It's crazy unreasonable," replied Kabrhel. "It's huge pot and it's nonsense. Unbelievable."
Kabrhel bet 1,600,000 and Schemion snap-mucked.
"I'm going to start calling the clock on you now too," said Schemion.
"I'm not the only one here thinking this," said Westmorland.
Editor's Note: From start to finish this hand took over 10 minutes