We just came on a four-way hand involving Tom Alner and Tommy Hang that had reached the flop with the board showing and decent-sized pot already starting to develop. It checked to Alner who fired 5,200 at the pot. Next to act, Hang raised to 10,500 and the other two players got out, but Alner called the raise.
Both players then checked the turn card. The fell on the river, and Alner quickly patted the felt to check. Hang took about thirty seconds to consider the situation, but then he checked as well.
Alner turned over , and Hang held on to his hand for several seconds before finally mucking.