Adam Teasdale opened to 170,000 on the button and Wade Woelfel three-bet to 410,000 from the big blind. A call from Teasdale landed a flop to the board.
Woelfel fired 380,000, Teasdale called, and the hit the turn. This time Woelfel checked it to Teasdale who bet 460,000. After about three minutes in the tank, Woelfel re-raised all in.
Teasdale immediately began to squirm in his chair and count through his chips. Woelfel remained still in his seat as Teasdale began saying a number of things, chief among them being "this would be a sick call." Teasdale asked for a count and upon learning it was 3.64 million, Teasdale announced "I've got to call you," after about five minutes total.
"Good call," replied Woelfel, who tabled .
Teasdale jumped out of his seat and showed for queens and fours.
"Deuce deuce deuce," Teasdale called for, needing to dodge an ace, six, or five on the river.
The landed on the river, sealing the deal for Teasdale and ending Woelfel's run in second place.