A player in early position opened to 6,500, and Martin Kabrhel tanked awhile in the small blind. He was warned by a tournament official to speed up his play or he'd have an automatic clock, something Kabrhel took exception to. He made it 26,100 eventually. Adrien Allain was in the big blind and cold four-bet to 20,000. Kabrhel called after the opener mucked. The two saw flop, and Kabrhel checked. Allain bet 20,000 and Kabrhel called. Both checked the turn for a final board of . Kabrhel thought about three or four minutes and bet 27,500 shortly after Allain called a clock. Allain wasted little time before jamming. Kabrhel immediately called off his last 20,000 or so.
After another table's showdown was finished, each player tabled his cards.
Kabrhel said Allain had gotten a lucky river since Kabrhel had him freerolled. The bubble moves on.