A hand that lasted almost 10 minutes just played out between Marc-Andre Ladouceur and Simon Deadman. The Brit raised to 8,000 from under-the-gun+1 and then called when Ladouceur three-bet to 19,000 from the cut-off. On the flop Deadman checked, Ladouceur bet 24,000 and after some thought Deadman made the call.
The turn was the , Deadman checked again and after counting down his stack a couple of times Ladouceur moved all-in for 74,000. After getting a count Deadman then checked his own stack, it was roughly 145,000 so the call represented about 50% of his stack. He had half a dozen of the purple 500 chips in his hand and began playing with them as he contemplated his decision. He tanked for four minutes before folding. Pot to Ladoucuer.