Vsevolod Malamud likes to take his time.
In the small blind this hand, it was his turn to make a decision. He faced two limpers in for the minimum of 2,000, and he also had the big blind to his left to think about. He retreated into his fortress of solitude, his hoodie.
After a solid minute of checking and re-checking his cards, he flicked both wrists twice, quikly, like the paddles on a pin ball machine. His all in led to quick folds around the table, although it was only for about 40,000.
As he collected the 6,000 chips one of the players asked if he would show this time (indicating this was not his first shove today). He obliged them, tossing both cards in the air so they landed face up on the felt.