We caught up with action on a board reading , where Jan Heitmann was heads-up against Scott Abrams.
Heitmann already had a 160,000 bet in front of him from the small blind and Abrams raised enough from the hijack seat to put Heitmann all in. This sent Heitmann deep into the tank as the ESPN camera crew crowded around the table to sweat his decision.
"I'm nearing a conclusion," Heitmann said after about two minutes had passed. "I'm either crushed or I crush you...it's one of those."
Another couple of minutes passed as Heitmann tanked and one of his tablemantes decided to call the clock. As per protocol, a floorman came over and gave Heitmann just over a minute to act on his hand or else it would be dead.
Heitmann continued to tank until the floorman reached zero in his ten-second countdown, which meant Heitmann's hand was dead. The ESPN crew then went to record Heitmann's hole cards for later footage, however, the dealer mistakenly turned over Heitmann's hand - pocket kings.
Abrams said he felt that that wasn't fair and told Heitmann he would give him a courtesy show. Abrams then revealed pocket sevens for a set and mucked.
"Thank you," Heitmann said. "I wanted to go rabbit hunting on the turn."
Heitmann is down to his last 400,000 following the hand, while Abrams is up to 1.35 million.