Alejandro Lococo raised it up from the hijack and Karim Rebei defended from the big blind. The flop came and both players checked to the on the turn.
Rebei led out with a bet of 140,000 and Lococo raised to 485,000. Rebei responded with a three-bet to 1,135,000 and this is where things got interesting. Lococo announced a raise but put in the wrong amount, therefore was committed to a min-raise of 1,785,000.
Rebei took the opportunity to push out a five-bet to 4,000,000 which put Lococo into the tank for at least six minutes. After looking visibly distressed, Lococo eventually announced all-in for 5,710,000.
"Oops," Rebei said to the rail as he shrugged his shoulders. He still asked for a count and gave it some thought for a couple of minutes and even got the chips ready to call. However, Rebei opted to lay his hand down and Lococo flashed the as he started clapping and shouting "Let's go!" as he dragged in a massive pot.
Snippets of the hand, played on the outer feature table without hole cards, can be seen below (courtesy of PokerGO).