With around 35,000 in the pot and the turn reading , Mikhail Korotkikh moved all in. Jerry Odeen from one seat over asked for a count and the shove of Korotkikh was for double the pot, 72,100 in total.
"Sorry guys, this will take some time," Odeen said and tried to get some information from his opponent. "I have a big big hand," he added and Korotkikh leaned over and said "English, no," prompting laughs from two other Russians at the table.
After half a minute, Korotkikh said "time" and Odeen shook his head. Tournament staff came over and the Russian said "no time, he is my friend," almost hugging Odeen. However, a few minutes later he then indeed called the clock. With 30 seconds left, Odeen called for most of his stack.
"Damn, I thought I was ahead," came from Odeen, who saw the blank on the river to drop him back to around starting stack.