It folded round to Andreas Wiborg on the button, who moved all in for 6,700,000. Small blind James Clarke gave it a ponder, then made the call. He showed down , dominating the of Wiborg. No help from the deck on the board and Wiborg busted in 34th, collecting $34,000.
“Thanks,” said Clarke, to tablemate Ludovic Geilich. “I’ll pay you later.”
Benjamin Chalot asked why he was thanking Geilich, to which he replied, “I’m getting lessons.”
“I can’t tell if you’re being sarcastic,” lamented Geilich.