Arpad Balazs moved all in for 290,000 chips and the action folded to Eric Baldwin on the cutoff. He moved all in for 1,460,000 chips and now the decision was on Maurice Hawkins in the small blind. He checked his cards several times, glanced back at the tournament clock and then back at the cards. Ultimately he announced the call for more than half his stack!
Balazs was happy with that setup as he had two live cards and also told that to his Dutch rail. He took the lead on the flop but Baldwin now had a flush draw. The Hungarian improved to two pair with the turn but the fell on the river. Balazs didn't realize yet that he was busted before his tablemates pointed it out.