As he is prone to do, Brendon Rubie amassed quite the chip stack before the dinner break, as he had about 45,000. However, we just caught him losing a good sized pot, where he easily could have lost more had he not made the correct fold on the river.
We only caught up with the action in the middle of betting on the river of a board that showed . There was about 10,000 in the middle, and Rubie had fired out 4,600. His lone opponent in the hand raised it up to 10,100, and Rubie was in the middle of tanking as we arrived. He thought for about a minute before sliding his cards to the dealer one at a time, and his opponent tapped the table, and showed for quads. Rubie jokingly said "they are good," as the pot was shipped to his opponent.