"Floor, Table 2!"
We figured that was in regards to Joe Serock once again, and we were right. It seems that the floor has reduced his clock to 30 seconds, but this time Serock appeared to be toying with a real decision. He was under the gun and on the clock, and he was smirking broadly as he held one hand behind his single tower of chips, ready to make his move. Probably 25 seconds into his clock, he finally mustered the gumption to slide his last ~36,000 chips across the line.
"I want a hand so bad right now," Dennis Bejedal said as he let out a smile of his own. It appears there are no hard feelings over there, and everyone seemed to be enjoying watching Serock squirm a little. The table folded around, though, and Serock was able to pick up the blinds and antes.
"Live to fight another day," Bejedal concluded.