Victor Ramdin raised the cutoff to 250 and the player on the button three-bet to 675. The big blind called and Ramdin came along as well.
The dealer fanned a flop and there were two checks around to the button. He continued out for 1,200 and the big blind slid out a check-raise to 2,500. Ramdin flatted and the button let it go. The turn paired the board with the and action checked to Ramdin. He took this opportunity to bet 2,700 and his opponent quickly flicked out a call.
The hit the felt on the river and it checked to Ramdin one last time. He bet 5,300, sending his opponent into the tank. After about a minute, Ramdin's opponent tossed out a call.
Ramdin rolled over for kings full of fives, eliciting a quick muck from his opponent. Ramdin scooped up the sizable pot and now has about 47,500 in chips.