Martin Staszko had the button, and he completed for the minimum. Pius Heinz checked, and they took a friendly flop. Heinz led out with 2 million, Staszko called, and the landed on the turn. Heinz loaded up the gun and fired again -- 4.5 million this time. Staszko flatted again, and the river brought the . And a long pause. Heinz spent maybe 90 seconds or so plotting his next action, and he decided -- not surprisingly -- to bet it again. He slid out another 14.25 million -- nearly a full-pot bet.
It was another 90 seconds or so before the call came, and Heinz showed up for two pair. It was second-best. Staszko waited to see, then flipped up his to take the pot.
With it comes the chip lead once again, and we've got ourselves a battle here.