We walked over to one of the outer tables and saw Maria Ho fire out a bet of 7,500 from the big blind. Her opponent was Luc Greenwood in middle position.
The board was , with about 8,000 in the pot already. Greenwood appeared to be still for a moment and then began to cut out chips. It remained clear he was not going to raise and his two decided options were likely to call or fold.
After several moments, Greenwood put the chips back into his stack. He looked back at his cards several times. He looked over at Ho who was still and staring at the board, waiting for Greenwood to make a decision. Greenwood began shifting in his seat and putting his head in his hands, clearly looking like he was in agony over the decision.
Eventually, Greenwood grabbed a single green chip, worth T25, and almost tossed it in the middle to call. He put the chip back in his stack and looked like he was going to fold. He pulled the cards back, but then eventually released his hand.
Ho didn't show her hand, but it was clear Greenwood wasn't sure if he was behind or not.