The hand in question can be found from 13:28 onwards, but it's probably worth watching the whole video to gain some context into the session.
In a nutshell, it's a $2-5 game with a $1,000 max buy-in — until a guy comes in from the blackjack table at 6:41 with over $40,000. Sounds like everyone at the table agreed to take the cap off the limit so they could try and win this guy's money.
For those of you who don't watch the whole video, the guy with $40,000 has been playing like a maniac; calling all-ins with just two overcards etc. Everyone thinks he's a fish, simply put.
But I actually think he's deceived everyone at the table: he's been making those shocking plays and creating that image in order to set up a situation like the one that can be found with Brad at 13:28.
Regardless of my conspiracy theory about the 'fish', I can't be the only one not willing to risk my entire stack by calling with just an overpair in that spot? Would be good to hear your thoughts first, before explaining more about my rationale for folding.