The players at table 29 are all fairly self-contained. There is not a lot of verbal communication occurring between the competitors, as they seem to prefer to let their cards do the talking.
While I watched them play, a hand I followed featured Christopher Auger Bergeron, who limped in, preflop. Daniel Leddy, Cole Crouse, He Chan, and Harris Kljucanin all called.
When the dealer revealed the flop, , Christopher bet 2,600. Daniel called, and Cole, He, and Harris all mucked their cards.
When the turn was dealt, , Christopher bet 2,300. But instead of calling, now Daniel raised to 10,000. This gave Christopher pause for thought, and after pondering for a moment or two, he called.
When the river came down , Christopher took his time before betting 7,400. Daniel didn’t hesitate. He called.
After Daniel revealed his , Christopher mucked his cards.