There was an a pot of about 11,500 in front of small blind Conor Beresford and his big blind opponent on a board of , and Beresford's opponent put in 5,500. Beresford announced all in for around 24,000, which looked to be enough to cover his foe.
The player in the big blind tanked for a few minutes and peppered Beresford with some questions.
"Where are you from?"
"Are you gonna show a bluff if I fold?"
The big blind said he suspected jack-ten of hearts, and Beresford pointed out that it was just one combo of his possible hands.
"I really want to call," the big blind said after about three minutes before folding with a sigh.
Beresford turned over his cards: for the bottom end of the big draw.