Philipp Gruissem raised to 130,000 from middle position and was met with an all-in reraise to 460,000 by Mario Silvestri on the button. The blinds got out of the way and action was back on Gruissem. He thought for a few moments before saying, "I have a really bad hand."
At that point, Silvestri flipped over his . "What are you doing?" asked Gruissem.
"I thought you said call," Silvestri responded with a bit of confusion in his voice. After seeing his opponent's hand, that is exactly what Gruissem did.
Gruissem knew he'd be flipping if he called, so he obviously decided it was a good time to race. The flop kept Silvestri ahead, as did the turn. In order to eliminated his opponent, Gruissem needed to catch either a king or six on the river. Luckily for Silvestri, the appeared an he doubled.
On the flip side of things, Silvestri also received a one-round penalty for prematurely exposing his cards.