Victor Ramdin is still in most of the pots playing out at his table. The last one didn't go to plan though.
He was heads-up with Nicolas Fierro and the two had made it to the river with around 45,000 in the middle. The board read and Ramdin led out for 30,000 after Fierro had checked behind on the turn.
The Chilean took a while to call, but call he did.
"Queens-up", said Ramdin before tabling .
It was no good though as his Fierro opened the winning before asking his opponent, "Was that a value bet or a bluff, or don't you know?"