Faraz Jaka and Eric Sfez were heads up on a queen-high board with two fives and two clubs. Jaka was faced with a 27,000-chip bet, and went into the tank.
"Show one if you fold?" Jaka asked.
"Yes," Sfez agreed. "I can show one."
There were a few seconds of silence.
"You have seven-five?" Sfez asked. "I'll show one."
Jaka tanked for a little longer, laughed, then called, ripping over . The player unhappily mucked his hand.
"You promised you'd show," Jaka needled. "Are you a professional actor?"
The very next hand, Sfez opened to 5,000 on middle position, and Jaka three-bet to 14,100 from the small blind.
"That's what you get for lying," Jaka said.
Sfez called, and the dealer fanned . Jaka led out for 12,000, Sfez called, and the turn brought the . Jaka checked, Sfez tanked for two minutes then fired 26,200, and Jaka snap-called.
The river was the , Jaka checked again, and after a very long time, Sfez checked behind. Jaka would reveal his cards until either Sfez tabled his cards or mucked them, and eventually he showed ten-high. Jaka flipped over .
"Professional actor!" both Kevin MacPhee and Jason Lavallee said mockingly after the hand.