On a board, a player checked to Scott Seiver and he fired 4,000. Seiver's opponent called and the hit the river. Seiver's opponent checked and he fired out 9,000.
"Save yourself the heartbreak," Seiver said. "It's a long tournament. Put those chips to better use somewhere else. You don't have to call if you know you're beat. If you call and win it's whatever, but if you call and lose you'll be mad at yourself the whole dinner break."
Eventually, Seiver's talking induced his opponent to call with . Seiver showed for an ace-high flush and scooped up the pot.