The flop read and Mark Radoja tossed out a bet of 8,000. Phil Hellmuth spoke up before Radoja's chips even hit the felt.
"Twenty-two!" declared Hellmuth, putting in a raise to 22,000. Radoja reached for chips and announced a call. "Ooh," continued Hellmuth. "Ooh man, do it."
The board paired queens on the turn with the and the action went check-check, prompting the to finish off the board. Radoja cut out a bet of 46,000 and Hellmuth snapped him off.
Radoja rolled over for trip queens and Hellmuth immediately put out calling chips and mucked his cards.
Radoja has now taken a lead over Hellmuth but both players have add-ons that are have been untapped.