"No! God d*****!"
We heard shouts from a nearby table, so we investigated. Joshua Levkov was pacing away from the table in disgust. The board was , and Quentin Siffledeen had in front of him for the stone nuts.
Levkov had for the flopped nut straight, and after being outdrawn on the river he had sent all of his stack to Siffledeen.
"Sorry, man," Siffledeen said, reaching out to shake Levkov's hand. "I couldn't put you on a straight, you were under the gun. It was a great hand."
Levkov shook his conqueror's hand despite clearly being massively frustrated.