We caught up with the action on a flop, where Dominik Nitsche was in the cutoff seat against one other opponent in the big blind position.
Nitsche's opponent fired 10,000 into the middle and Nitsche responded by announcing he was all in, which was enough to put his opponent all in for his last 60,000.
"I think I'm ahead....you could be on a draw," he said.
After about two minutes, Nitsche called the clock, which meant the tournament director came over and gave Nitsche's opponent a minute to act on his hand or it would be dead.
"I will respect your big stack young man," he said and then folded.
"I will show if you tell me your hand," Nitsche said.
"I had a four," his opponent replied.
Nitsche then revealed he had the and mucked.
Nitsche is up to 340,000 following the hand.