Hand #12: Phil Hellmuth folded on the button.
"I've never lost to someone who raises every button," the 13-time bracelet said.
Hand #13: Mark Radoja raised to 48,000 on the button, and Hellmuth folded.
Hand #14: Hellmuth folded on the button.
Hand #15: Radoja limped in, Hellmuth moved all in for around 450,000, and Radoja called.
The board came , and Hellmuth cashed in his last lammer.
Hand #16: Hellmuth limped in on the button, Radoja checked, and the flop fell . Radoja led out for 24,000, Hellmuth called, and the turn brought the . Radoja led out for another 77,000, and Hellmuth folded.
Hand #17: Radoja asked Hellmuth for a count.
"You don't know?" Hellmuth snapped at him, moving his arms. "Come on go all in. I haven't looked yet."
Radoja obliged, open-shoving for effectively 272,000, and Hellmuth checked his cards. He grinned, then called.
The board came , and Hellmuth doubled.
Hand #18: Hellmuth raised to 48,000, Radoja called, and then Radoja check-folded to a 25,000-chip bet on a flop of .
Hand #19: Radoja folded his button.
Hand #20: Hellmuth raised to 60,000 on the first hand of the new level, and won the big blind.