I joined the action on the turn of a board. With Raymond Rahme betting out for 3,900, Robert Lim made the call leading to a river. Again, Rahme led, this time to the tune of 6,100, which was, again, flat called by Lim.
As Rahme tabled for the rivered set, Lim shook his head and paused before eventually mucking his cards, as if he didn't want to believe he'd lost the pot.
"You rivered me," sighed Lim. "I should have shipped it in on the turn."
Nevertheless, it was Rahme who scooped up the pot, as a visibly shaken and frustrated Lim tried to accept the fact that his stack had been dissected in half.