Charlie Carrel checked from the small blind on a flop and Martin Kabrhel bet 77,000 from early position. Koray Aldemir called, as did Carrel. The turn brought an and Carrel checked. Kabrhel bet 149,000, and only Carrel came along this time. On the river, Carrel checked and saw his opponent bet 119,000.
"Sometimes, if you're getting pot odds, you should just be curious," Carrel mused as he stared at his opponent and then the huge pot.
Mustapha Kanit called the clock, and Carrel protested it had only been a couple of minutes. He decided to call, and Kabrhel flashed and mucked. Carrel showed and he and Kanit had a discussion about whether it was appropriate to call the clock in that spot.