In the last hand before the bubble, five players saw a flop of . It checked to Martin Kabrhel, who bet 2,000, and the small blind was the only caller.
The turn was the , and the small-blind check-called a bet of 4,000. The river was the , and it checked to Kabrhel, who moved all in covering his opponent. His opponent called. Kabrhel showed and lost to his opponent's .
A few hands later, Kabrhel limped in, called a bet on the flop, then folded the turn, leaving himself with just one big blind.
An orbit later, Kabrhel was all in from the big blind, and there were six limpers. The six live players checked down a flop of , and after waiting for all hands at other tables to conclude, the hands were turned over:
That left Martin Kabrhel. The silent player, who one hand earlier had asked to see "the rules of the tournament" before acting on his hand (an act which resulted in the clock being called on him) turned over his hand. One by one, he tantalizingly exposed his cards: The . The . The . The . That's a Jack-high flush, and he septupled his stack to 5,600.