The High Roller final table had been playing 4-way for quite some time, and saw Victor Ramdin move up in chips, while Kevin Hobbs and Jonathan Vanfleet lost a few. David Eldridge still held about half the chips in play.
Victor Ramdin, who had been rather quiet lately, apart from his incessant even-chop request, got involved from the under-the-gun position. He was heads-up with Jonathan Vanfleet, the shortest stack. Vanfleet caught a piece of the flop, and elected to go for the check-raise all-in. Ramdin’s over pair was not going away.
Jonathan Vanfleet pocketed $90,000 for his performance. Excellent work!