We caught up with the action on a completed board of . Andrew Lichtenberger checked from the hijack-position to his lone opponent, Daryl Jace, in the cutoff - who overbet the pot all-in for his last 60,000. Lichtenberger fell hard into the tank. He mulled his decision over, got a count of Jace's stack, and mulled it over some more.
After over five minutes, one of Lichtenberger's opponent's decided he'd had enough and asked for a clock. A tournament director came over and annoucned Lichtenberger had 60 seconds to act on his hand or it would be dead. Lichtenberger continued to tank, however, he finally gave his hand up just as the tournament director began the ten-second countdown.
Jace is sitting on 95,000 following the hand while Lichtenberger is at 90,000.