Martin Kabrhel entered the pot with a raise to 4,900 which was called by Victor Ramdin next to act and Christian Harder from the button as both blinds called too.
The flop was checked through to Ramdin who cut out a 11,000-chip bet which was smooth-called by Harder as the blinds passed.
Throwing a virtual death stare at Ramdin for nearly two minutes, Kabrhel eventually slid out a raise amounting to 30,200. Ramdin instantly mucked, but it was now Harder's turn to dive deep into the tank for nearly two minutes before he made the call.
With the dealer dropping the on the turn and the hand already lasting over six minutes, Kabrhel sat there motionless as not one, not two, but four minutes went by before he slid out two stacks of chips amounting to a 39,700-chip bet.
Harder didn't as much time as the previous street to make a decision; and that decision was a fold as he slipped to 85,000 while Kabrhel climbed to 210,000 in chips following a near 15-minute hand.