"I'm all in," Victor Ramdin yelled over to poker pro Raymond Davis, standing on the rail. We walked over to find Ramdin all in for 7,100 on a board of . The action was on Jon Turner, who already had 3,600 chips in front of him and had to call another 3,500 to put Ramdin at risk. Turner tossed four yellow chips in the pot to make the call, and the cards went on their backs:
Ramdin was in great position to double, and he jumped out of his seat as the dealer rolled over the turn and river. Ramdin began stacking close to 20,000 chips. Turner, meanwhile, dropped below his starting stack.