When we arrived at Table 367, Phil Hellmuth had what looked like a three-bet of 12,000 in front of him, and Alec Torelli put out a four-bet to 59,100.
"You know I'd never raise with tens," Hellmuth said, making a case against Torelli holding two jacks. "I think it's a split pot."
The 13-time bracelet winner folded face up, and Torelli looked back at his cards.
"Show a queen," John Juanda urged him, grinning from ear to ear.
Torelli didn't oblige, rather he pushed his hand into the muck facedown and simply dragged the pot.