With approximately 85,000 in the middle on the board, Phil Ivey checked and Sarkiss Osalian fired 30,000. Ivey tanked and tanked before eventually making the call. Osalian showed him the for top set and Ivey mucked his hand, getting knocked back to about 5,000 in chips.
After the hand was over, David "Doc" Sands looked at Ivey and asked him when the last time was that someone called the clock on him, referencing how long this hand took. Ivey stared blankly at him as Sands explained that he made a bet with Igor Kurganov and the over/under was two years. Ivey still stared blakly.
After some more slight prodding from Sands, Ivey looked at him and said, "Never. No one has ever called the clock on me."
The entire table burst out in laughter, but something tells us Ivey was dead serious.