The action folded around to a player in the cutoff, who decided this was the perfect time to steal a few blinds with a raise to 525.
Unfortunately for him, Marvin Rettenmaier held the button and stood between the raiser and his spoils. The dangerous German pro, who specializes in taking down high-roller events around the world, made the now customary three-bet to 1,150, and his opponent flatted to see the flop fall .
After it was checked to him, Rettenmaier tossed out a c-bet of 1,700 or so chips, and this was enough to push his opponent's hand into the muck.
"Nice raise Marvin," offered another player at the table, obviously rueful that the three-bet had forced him off a hand containing a four.