Phil Hellmuth opened to 60,000 from the button, and John Juanda three-bet shoved once again. Hellmuth spent a long while considering, but he eventually announced the call, and the crowd rose to their feet in unison.
Now it was Juanda's turn to tank, and he spent at least thirty seconds deciding to stand pat. Hellmuth patted too, and he looked 100% confident he had the best hand. In that familiar Hellmuthian style, he hurriedly turned up his , and Juanda could not beat it. He showed , then reached into the muck to see what he would have drawn.
With that pot, Hellmuth had retaken the chip lead. He's got about 1.95 million to 1.85 million now.