One of the newest chip leaders in the room is Timo Eckert. Short after moving to Eckert's table, Victor Ramdin got to experience what Eckert referred to as "running like god."
Ramdin moved all in for 128,400 before the flop and when faced with that decision Eckert made the call.
The flop came safe for Ramdin when it fell . The turn offered a little sweat though, as it gave Eckert a slew of new outs.
"Please don't do it to me," Ramdin pleaded with the dealer and the poker gods.
But they did it to him when the fell on the river. Ramdin mumbled some expletives while Eckert came over to give some condolences.
"I've just been running like god for the last three days," he told Ramdin.
"Yeah you're running like god," Ramdin said pointing to the board. "And you're gonna need a lot more of it to ship this tournament."
Ramdin made his exit stage left, but still collected a little payday for his efforts.