Well, we might not see a bigger pot than this over the next hour or so, perhaps not even at all today, but you never know what may happen.
It started with a wet looking flop of , one player bet 5,000, Ramdin made it 15,000 before another player check-raised all in for 41,000 total. The first player then moved all in for 120,000 and Ramdin snap-called faster than a cobra.
Player 1: for top pair and an open-ended flush draw
Ramdin: for the nut straight
Player 2: for the nut flush draw
Ramdin had both players covered and if his hand held he would move up to about 375,000 in chips - which would be far and away the chip lead at this point. The turn was the but the on the river was a card Ramdin didn't want to see.
The second player trebled up to about 140,000 with his nut flush while the other made a slight profit, moving up to 165,000. Ramdin lost more than half his stack but still has move than average with about 75,000 remaining.