Aaron Kaiser's clock-bleeding antics have worn thin with his table. First, he tanked when action folded to him until someone called a clock. After folding during the countdown, the tournament director informed him that his next clock would be thirty seconds.
A short time later, Kaiser tanked for about a minute before Mark Newhouse attempted to call the clock. Newhouse was informed that he had to give Kaiser his requisite two minutes before the clock could even be called. When the two minutes were up and the clock began, Kaiser put 1,050,000 into the pot, nearly his whole stack. Dan Smith called from middle position, and everyone else folded. The flop came , and Kaiser used his two minutes again before checking. Smith shrugged and put 300,000 in the pot, more than enough to put Kaiser at risk for his 160,000. He began thinking again.
"Do you have it?" Smith asked.
"I do have it."
After another few moments passed, Kaiser put his chips in and turned over for top set. Smith showed .
"Man this would be some Kentucky justice," Smith said. He let out a cheer when the turn brought the for a flush and straight draw. He called for the Kentucky justice once more, but the river kept Kaiser in the tournament.