Randy Ohel opened from early position with a raise to 35,000 and action folded around to Dylan Wilkerson in the big blind. As he was thinking about his decision, Ohel told him he had all three options on the table: fold, shove, or stop and go. Wilkerson commented on the fact and Ohel responded affirming that the two options in Wilkerson's mind were to fold or to stop and go.
"Or stop and stop!" both Ohel and tablemate Scott Bohlman added simultaneously as they burst out in laughter. Wilkerson called.
The flop came and Wilkerson checked. Ohel bet 20,000 and Wilkerson called.
"Oh, did I leave you one thousand?" Ohel asked Wilkerson. Wilkerson confirmed.
The turn came and Wilkerson shoved for his last one-sixteenth of a big blind. Ohel called, announcing he had flopped a straight.
Though Ohel did in fact flop a straight, Wilkerson had outs to a flush as well as a straight to chop. The turn fell , securing his flush and the river came afterwards as Wilkerson secured the double to stay alive, further continuing hand-for-hand play on the bubble.