We found Ole Schemion facing a wager from Ruslan Dykshteyn on a flop of . Schemion slid out a stack of raising chips, and Dykshteyn wasted no time jamming it all in.
Schemion was in a less-than-ideal spot with a flush draw against a set, and he bricked on the turn and river.
Ludovic Lacay picked up the beautiful hand and stared at it for a second.
"So this is what this looks like," he said longingly.
Schemion busted a short time later, as he was left with just 11,000.