Scott Seiver raised the button to 13,000, and Erik Seidel called from the big blind. The two of them took a flop, and Seidel check-called a bet of 25,000.
The made things interesting on fourth street, and now Seidel led out with a bet of 40,000. Seiver peered up at Seidel from under his eyebrows, taking pause for a minute or so before calling the bet.
The river scared Seidel enough to check it over once again, and Seiver took his cue to make the bet of 60,000. Now it was Seidel who flashed a pensive look for a bit, and he gazed down at the board for a while before surrendering his cards into the muck.