Down again, up again and down again. Czech Republic's Martin Kabrhel's start to the EPT has been just like a rollercoaster all day long. His stack once again took a big turn, this time on the way up.
With the pot already at 5,000 on the flop, Kabrhel checked before calling a 2,200 bet from his opponent. Kabrhel checked once again when the appeared on the turn, however, this time when facing a bet of 3,700 from his opponent, he opted to go back to some table talk that he has displayed on-again and off-again throughout the day.
Kabrhel asked his opponent what he had with his opponent stating he had "two kings." Kabrhel questioned whether this meant two kings including the board or two kings in the hole plus the one on the board. His opponent stated that he had "two kings here," while pointing to his hand "plus one on the board," for a "set."
After the discussion, Kabrhel raised the action on the turn to 10,000 and his opponent called. The completed the board on the river and Kabrhel quickly declared himself all-in for approximately 20,000. His opponent quickly folded and Kabrhel questioned, "two kings?" before his opponent replied, "no straight."
After the table talk, Kabrhel exposed to the table the , which didn't connect with any of the board.