On the flop, one player checked, and then Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso checked over to the third player in the hand, Marvin Rettenmaier. Rettenmaier fired a bet of 2,625, and the first player folded. Rousso made the call, though.
On the turn, both players checked. Rousso and Rettenmaier also checked the river card. At the showdown, Rettenmaier tabled the , and Rousso mucked her hand.
With $3,513,843 in career live tournament earnings, Rousso sits fifth on the women's all-time money list. Her best year was 2009 when she earned $1,293,283, but her results have been few and far between in the more recent years of her career. In 2012, Rousso cashed for only $3,615, and then in 2013 she only managed to improve her scores to $38,933.
Rettenmaier, on the other hand, seems to be hitting his prime in poker. With $4,536,976 in live tournament earnings throughout his career, Rettenmaier is highly regarded as one of the brightest stars in the games right now. He's coming off an impressive 2013 that saw him earn over $600,000, cash in four World Series of Poker events, and make two World Poker Tour final tables.