You Are on the Clock for the Clock

You Are on the Clock for the Clock

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PokerStars Team Pro Parker Talbot may have a working phone (to order drinks) at the moment but shared as the following hand was going on that he had himself covered.

“Spraggy or Girafganger have me covered,” said Talbot.

The following hand was moving along on the slow side just after Talbot sat down in his seat with a fresh entry. Audrius Daugvilavicius bet 5,000 into a pot of more than double with the on the board. Ramon Kropmanns called before calling another bet of 5,300 after the came on the turn.

“This event is going slow, isn’t it?” Talbot asked to anyone listening at the table.

“It’s this table that is going slow,” responded someone else at the table.

“Well, then I will call the clock,” said Talbot looking at Kropmanns. “In fact, I am announcing now to call the clock on the clock.”

Shortly after, the completed the board and Daugvilavicius fired out for 6,200. Kropmanns jammed for more than the 32,000 his opponent had behind but not before tanking for at least 30 seconds.

Talbot got distracted with another conversation and never followed through with calling the clock or for that matter even calling the clock for the clock. Dauvilavicius looked down at his cards one last time before giving up on the hand.

This isn’t the only table with banter as Niall “Firaldo” Farrell is having a good time with players at his table and is battling with Juha Helppi, Tarmo Tammell, Tobias Peters, Leo Worthington-Leese, and Marc Macdonnell.

Meanwhile, the entertaining streamers of Bert “Girafganger” Stevens and Benjamin “Spraggy” Spraggs are at the same table with a small crowd listening to every word of the banter with Conor Beresford, Akseli Paalanen, and Daniel Wilson among those also at the table.

Ramon Kropmanns – 125,000
Audrius Daugvilavicius – 33,000