2011 World Series of Poker

Event #41: $1,500 Limit Hold’em Shootout
Days: 1

Ramdin Harmlessly Doubles a Short Stack

Victor Ramdin is still five-handed with his table, but that doesn't seem to matter the way Victor Ramdin is playing. While he still has four opponents he needs to knock out Ramdin looks to be in great shape to pull this table out. Ramdin has almost four times as many chips as the player closest to him.

We found him make a small stumble on his way to victory though. Action had folded around to Ramdin on the button and he put out a bet. The short stack in the small blind then two bet and Ramdin called. A {3-Diamonds}{5-Spades}{5-Clubs} flop was sent out and Ramdin put his opponent all in with a bet. His opponent called and cards were tabled.

Ramdin: {J-}{6-}
Opponent: {A-}{7-}

We saw a {q-Spades} hit on the turn and a {2-Diamonds} spike the river, neither of which helped Ramdin out. The short stack doubled up, but is still going to need a lot of help to take down Ramin's huge stack.

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