Simon Persson raised to 2,200 in early position, Grayson Nichols three-bet to 5,200 on his direct left, and the action folded to Max Lehmanski, who cold four-bet to 10,400 in the hijack. Persson quickly released, and after no more than 30 seconds, Nichols announced that he was all in.
Lehmanski's eyes widened.
"How much?" the German asked the dealer, who cut down Nichols' stacks.
When Lehmanski learned that the amount was 53,300, he mouthed "wow," then sunk deep into the tank. Finally, after two minutes or so, he spoke again.
"This is not a slow roll," he told Nichols, who remained silent. "I have a really good hand, but you're a nit."
Lehmanski finally called, and Nichols tabled for a pair of kings. The German chuckled to himself, then showed .
The kings held as the board rolled out , and Nichols doubled to 111,200. Lehmanski was left with just 22,500.