Martin Kabrhel opened for 18,000 from middle position and Dennis Lavrijsen on the button 3-bet to 42,000. The blinds got out of the way and Kabrhel called.
Kabrhel check-called 42,000 on and another 78,000 on the turn.
"Dennis, what are you doing? Is this your welcome?" Kabrhel asked, "You want to bust?"
Lavrijsen sat there silently as the hit the river. Kabrhel, with 169,000 behind, checked. Lavrijsen shoved all in.
Kabrhel started talking again, asking Lavrijsen if he had a set of nines. The floor came over and forbid Kabrhel to talk about cards and hands. Several minutes past before John Juanda asked for the clock, but the floor didn't oblige and gave Kabrhel some more time.
Another minute or so later, Michiel Brosky asked for the clock. Now Kabrhel was put on the clock but he folded with 3 seconds left to act.