We arrived at Ray Romano's table with the Hollywood star and comedian involved in a hand with four opponents. At this point, a flop was already out on the felt.
It looked like it was a limped pot, with Romano on the button and four players to act before him. The action was checked around to Romano and he bet 300. Two players folded and one player called as Romano and the player would take to a turn. Romano's opponent checked here and Romano bet 400. When his opponent folded, Romano triumphantly turned over as he raked in the pot. Romano then continued talking to the player on his left about mixed martial arts. It sounded like a serious conversation, but Romano was still making this person laugh out loud.