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