We picked up the action on the flop as three players watched a . It checked around, and the leading player check-folded on the turn, too. It was Vanessa Peng who bet the 1,500 there, and Greg Mueller did call to go heads-up to the river. The dropped off the deck, and Peng overbet the pot with 5,200 more chips. The bet sent Mueller deep into the tank, and he started chatting as he mulled over a fold.
"Will you show me if I fold a big hand?"
"I don't usually show," was all Peng said in response. So Mueller tried again.
"Will you make an exception if I show you a big hand?"
Peng declined, so Mueller changed his tactics.
"Did you get there on the river, or did you have me the whole way?" Again, not much of a response from Peng. After another couple moments, Mueller settled on the reluctant call, splashing the chips into the pot. He showed , but his two pair were second best to Peng's . The set plays for the lady, and she's upped her count back to starting stack with right around 30,000 once again.