We found Christoph Vogelsang tanking in the big blind, having made it 8,000 to go and been shoved on by John Duthie in the small blind. The European Poker Tour founder had about 40,000, and Vogelsang thought things over for awhile before Duthie called the clock. He apologized but said he thought it was warranted. About midway through the countdown, Vogelsang called.
Duthie was ahead, but it was Vogelsang taking the pot as left the dealer's hand.
"Good call," Duthie said.
Vogelsang smiled and apologized for the beat.
"No, no it's alright," Duthie said. "S*** happens."
Vogelsang said he thought Duthie had a small pair due to the speed of the shove.