Facing a three-bet raise to 3,000 preflop from Harold Lilie, Caroline Cooper had the clock called on her preflop. It turns out that the man didn't realize that action had folded to her and thought it was still on someone else. Nonetheless, she accepted the clock and made the call.
The flop was seen heads up and Lilie fired out 7,000. Cooper thought for a bit before the clock was called on her again. "Really?!" she asked. However, it didn't end up being necessary. Before a floor person could get there she moved all in and Lilie called for less.
When the hit the turn Cooper clapped her hands and started celebrating. Her table had to give her the bad news that she didn't hit her straight. What made it worse is that the ESPN crew had shown up and caught the mistake on camera. The bricked off and she sat back down a little embarrassed and left with just 5,300 chips left.