Just as the tournament directors were announcing to all the dealers to complete that hands they were on and stand up from their seat to let everyone know their were finished, a big pot brewed up between Marvin Rettenmaier and Yuri Dzivielevski.
On the final board of with a couple hundred thousand already in the pot, Dzivielevski moved all in for 192,500. Rettenmaier tanked and tanked. Several minutes passed while the cameras filmed the scene and media did what they could to get photos and notes.
After a couple minutes of Rettenmaier tanking, a yell of "Call time!" came from across the room. Turns out, it was Shawn Sheikhan yelling and he reiterated by yelling again, "Call time!"
The tournament staff immediately got on the radio to tell someone to get Sheikhan to stop getting involved. Sheikhan ended up taking the radio and listening himself to the scolding, where the tournament staff informed Sheikhan that the clock had been paused.
Back to the action at the table, Dzivielevski sat motionless as Rettenmaier tanked and tanked. Eventually, he made the call, and Dzivielevski didn't look happy at all. He showed the for just king high, to which Rettenmaier showed the for trip fours.
Rettenmaier had a remaining stack of 181,500 on the river, leaving Dzivielevski with just 11,000 in chips.