With the pot up to 16,000, Erwann Pecheux was faced with a decision for his tournament life. His opponent, a player only known by his moniker Mentoro, moved in for effectively Pecheux's remaining stack of 12,000.
The board read and Pecheux had a visibly tough decision. After tanking for several minutes, Mentoro eventually called the clock on him. With mere seconds left in his final minute, Pecheux elected to fold his hand.