Max Steinberg was sitting comfortably in second position with just 22 runners remaining, but he had his eyes on Jonathan Little's chip lead.
We saw Steinberg tangle with Little twice recently, and both time Little ended the hand unscathed.
First, Steinberg opened to 15,000 from the button, and Little called to take a flop of . Little then check-called a bet of 18,000, and both players tapped the table on the turn. The on the river prompted two more checks, and Little rolled over the for the winner.
Next, Steinberg opened for 19,000 from under the gun, and Little called from the button, while the small blind got in on the action as well. On the flop, Steinberg continued with a bet of 27,000, Little called, and the small blind got out of the way.
The came on the turn, and Steinberg fired his second barrel, making it 59,000 to play. Little called to see the complete the board on the river, and he also called Steinberg's third bet of 125,000 to bring on a showdown.
When Little saw Steinberg's , he offered a "nice hand" while tabling his own , and the pot was chopped up with no harm done.