Upon getting eliminated from every event, Greenstein signs a copy of his book "Ace On the River" for his opponent. He chronicles the hand that knocked him out and sticks his autograph on the inside cover. It's quite the nice gesture, especially when you've just lost a big buy-in tournament as what happened here. This one was extra interesting though.
When he saw Greenstein going to sign the book, Steinberg requested that Greenstein sign it and write something special to Steinberg's grandparents. "I hate to ask because of what just happened, but you could write something to my grandparents saying that their grandson is a very good poker player and he'll make a lot of money playing some day?" asked Steinberg. The table and Greenstein chuckled knowing that Steinberg won with only 20% on that hand.
"Not after the way you played that hand," commented Greg Mueller from across the table, joking