Stefan Fabian raised to 100,000 and the action folded to Martin Kabrhel in the cutoff. "Hippo says it's time, I just don't know if call or all in," Kabrhel said followed by plenty of other table talk. "I don't go all in," he followed up with and three-bet to 395,000 with 35,000 behind.
The action folded back to Fabian and he tried to put in a reraise, but only pushed forward 500,000. "That is just a call, right?" Kabrhel inquired and it was indeed just that. Fabian asked for the stack behind and Kabrhel replied "35,000, don't go crazy on the flop."
Somehow, the flop of was checked through, not without any table talk by Kabrhel though. He moved his hippo over to the middle of the table and said "smells like Ace high there. Is there any chance you fold?" before eventually checking behind.
Fabian bet 35,000 on the turn to set Kabrhel all in. "That is not correct. Minimum bet is 50,000, right?" Kabrhel inquired again and talked for another two minutes. Kabrhel then called all in and the cards were tabled.
The river was a blank and Kabrhel was eliminated in 18th place for €34,630. Once all was done and the Czech had left the table, Kiryl Radzivonau said "thank you" to Fabian.