EPT Malta winner Niall Farrell opened to 12,000 from middle position and Fedor Holz defended his big blind. The flop came and Holz check-called a 15,000 bet from Farrell.
Holz checked the turn to Farrell, who fired a second barrel of 45,000. Holz thought for two minutes, then announced a check-raise to 158,500. The Scotsman took a while before coming along with the call.
With the pot already up to almost 400,000, the dealer fanned out the on the river. Again, Holz took a while before coming to a decision, this time electing to check. Farrell took his time as well, and finally shoved all in, which was for Holz' remaining stack.
Holz, who nearly had 380,000 behind, sighed and sank back in his chair to come to a decision. He took around a minute before sliding in two blue 5,000 chips, indicating a call.
"Good hand," nodded Farrell, who showed for king high. Holz showed for two pair, scooping the monstrous pot in the final minutes of the day.