Satish Sanan limped in from the button and small blind Scott Seiver bumped it up to 1,300. Big blind Max Silver had even bigger plans and three-bet to 5,300. Sanan had seen enough and got out of the way. Action was back on Seiver and he four-bet to 13,000. Silver tanked for a bit before he called.
The flop came and Seiver slid forward a big tower of 5,000-chips to put Silver all in.
Silver, with 27,375 behind, said "Too gross!"
Seiver, calm as ever, answered "Aces versus kings usually is."
The two exchanged some words, mostly debating who had the aces and who had the kings in supposed classic set-up, before Silver went back into thinking-mode.
After 4 minutes or so, Silver made the call. It wasn't aces versus kings.
The on the turn and on the river were both blanks and Silver doubled up to 81,850.
He lost some of that the following hand, check-calling both the -flop and -turn before check-folding the -river against Oleksii Khoroshenin.