We joined the action on the turn as the dealer dropped the fourth card onto the board. The gentleman in the one seat checked, and Ruben Visser bet 20,400 into a pot of just less than 30,000. His opponent then check-raised all in for 128,400 total, and Visser sunk in his chair. He asked for the count, but he made the call before learning the total.
Visser: ... ... ...
On seeing his opponent's flush, Visser just went ahead and mucked, and the dealer completed the board with the . A frustrated Visser has been forced to pay off a big double up, cutting his stack nearly in half as the Dutchman falls to about 215,000 on one of the final hands of the night.