We caught a hand over in the blue section just before the break between Brian Roberts and his opponent that lasted over 10 minutes. We came to the table as the turn was being dealt in a pot that already had about 65,000 in it. The board read , and Roberts checked to his opponent who bet out 22,700. Roberts thought it over for about a minute before making the call and taking it to the river.
That card was the , and Roberts checked again. His opponent thought for about 30 seconds before going all in, having Roberts slightly covered. This is where Roberts tanked...and tanked....and tanked. Two minutes went by. Then 5. Then 8. It looked like Roberts was going to tank into the break. Despite the length of the tank, no one called the clock, and after nearly 10 minutes of thinking, he gave up his hand. Neither player opted to show their cards, so the player's holdings will remain unknown. After the hand, Roberts dropped to around 60,000, which is around 30 big blinds.