Hand #309: From the button, Antonio Buonanno raised to 600,000 with the . Jack Slater moved all in with the , and Buonanno folded.
Hand #310: On the button, Jack Salter limped in with the . Antonio Buonanno checked in the big blind with the . The flop came down and both players checked to see the land on the turn. Buonanno checked, and Salter bet 300,000. Buonanno check-raised to 900,000, and Salter called.
The river completed the board with the , and Buonanno moved all in.
"What the f*** man!" exclaimed Salter, not looking pleased. "So tilt."
"How can you possibly be all in?" Salter asked after another few moments. "What the f*** man."
Salter tanked with two pair while Buonanno sat motionless with the better hand, a full house. After agonizing over the decision for a bit — 4:35 to be exact — Buonanno called the clock on Salter. It wasn't brought in as this decision was for Salter's tournament life.
Eventually, the clock was called after Salter tanked for nearly eight minutes. The entire clock ran out and Salter's hand was killed.