We caught the action with the flop reading and Victor Ramdin battling with Aaron Steury. After Steury checked to Ramdin, the PokerStars Team Pro fired a bet of 5,000 and Stuery made the call.
Stuery checked-called a bet by Ramdin again on the turn, this time for 10,000.
Both players checked it down and Stuery tabled the for a runner-runner nut flush, offering a "nice check" to Ramdin as he dragged the chips his way. Ramdin now sits with 147,000 chips as we head to our final break of the evening.
We missed the preliminary action but witnessed Victor Ramdin making a raise that forced Todd Brunson to muck his hand on fifth street. Ramdin showed Brunson three kings in a show of sportsmanship as he collected the pot. These two grizzled veterans of the tournament circuit are seated next to each other, so we expect the the action to heat up as each man looks to become the table captain in the latter stages of Day 2.
We missed the action ourselves but caught Bret Jungblut standing up to study his opponent's final board in a hand of Stud-8. Apparently he did not like what he saw because we soon heard the familiar call of "Seat open!" as Jungblut departed the Amazon Room.