We caught up with the action on a board of board to see Joseph Cheong bet 4,300. His opponent put out a raise that made it 13,100 to go. Cheong called and the two were off to the river.
The spike the river and Cheong checked. His opponent bet 29,000 and Cheong went into the tank. Cheong thought for about three minutes before his opponent called the clock and the floor came over. The floorman informed Cheong that he had sixty seconds left to act on his hand and Cheong stills at motionless.
About thirty seconds into the time, Cheong quickly announced that he was all in, which in fact was all in for his opponent who had about 60,000 behind. Cheong's opponent called.
"Nut flush," said Cheong, showing . His opponent tabled and made a quick exit out of the Amazon room.
"Sorry," Cheong continued. "I really didn't know if I should shove or just call there."
Regardless of the time it took, Cheong is now sitting in a remarkably high position with 262,000 in chips.