The action started with a raise from Steven Wolansky who made it 3,600 to go. Scott Blackman called from the small blind after Phil Hellmuth three-bet up to 9,500.
Wolansky folded quickly, but Blackman took his time.
"I'll take this one kid, you'll take the next," Hellmuth told his opponent, but Blackman ultimately made the call.
Blackman took one card and Hellmuth stood pat.
Blackman slowly looked at his card before putting in a hefty bet of 21,300.
"Come on!" Hellmuth yelled as he got up from his seat.
"They play so bad! They just try to bluff it off against the best player in the world," Hellmuth sighed.
"How do these people even get this far, calling two raises out of position and then drawing," Hellmuth added.
After a while, Hellmuth flashed and folded his cards, leaving himself with 38,000 chips.