It seems like the entire world is in suspense, wondering which Israeli party leader will succeed in forming a coalition.
Lieberman is playing a straight forward chess game. He made his move, spoke to the other two, heard their offers and stated his conditions. Then he went on vacation, hoping they would stew and come back with bigger and better offers. Everyone can see that.
But maybe Bibi and Tsippi are playing a different game. They don't seem to be panicky, not at all.