Brandon Cantu raised to 15,000 on the button, Max Steinberg called, and both players checked when the dealer fanned . Steinberg led out for 20,000 when the turned, Cantu called, and the completed the board. Steinberg checked, Cantu fired out 60,000, and Steinberg check-raised to 265,000.
"Mind if we take a bathroom break after this hand?" Cantu asked Steinberg, who nodded his head.
A few minutes of silence passed.
"Sorry," Cantu finally said. "I promise I'm not Hollywooding you."
Cantu tanked for one more minute then called. Steinberg showed for a pair of tens, but it was no good against Cantu's for a rivered straight.
"Jack-nine," Steinberg chuckled at the sight of Cantu's hand.
Cantu went on to explain that he thought Steinberg either had hearts or a bluff, and chose to call thinking he had the latter. Steinberg is down to 508,000 chips, while Cantu is back in the lead with 891,500.