Given an adapted process $X_t$ and it's Snell envelope $S_t$, I know that the smallest optimal stopping time is to stop as soon as the Snell envelope equals $X$. This is very intuitive and makes perfect sense. You could explain it to a kid.
However, I have a hard time grasping any other stopping time, such as the "largest" stopping time.
What is an "informal" description of such other stopping times (take e.g. the largest one). How would you describe it in words?
Could you give an example?