Martin Kabrhel made a big splash at the 2011 World Series of Poker after cashing four times including a cash in the Main Event. We've heard very little from Kabrhel this either other than him being shut out of playing the Big One for One Drop once it reached the player cap.
We found Kabrhel seated in the Orange section of the Amazon room. He opened a pot to 250 from middle position only to have the cutoff three-bet to 675. Kabrhel called and the flop came .
Kabrhel checked to his opponent who continued for 900. Kabrhel took one yellow t1,000 chip off of his stack and sat thinking for a moment before calmly sliding it forward.
Fourth street brought the and Kabrhel checked once again. His opponent upped the bet to 2,000 and Kabrhel sat motionless once again. This time, however, Kabrhel raised to 6,000. A sigh was heaved from the mouth of Kabrhel's opponent and he released his cards into the muck.
Kabrhel is now sitting on 38,500.