"It's too bad, we were just having a fun conversation," Steven van Zadelhoff joked after Rasmus Agerskov had left the scene of his elimination.
Van Zadelhoff recapped the hand for us, as it started with a raise to 400 from Agerskov, who was seated on the button. Van Zadelhoff three-bet to 1,350 and Agerskov called.
The flop brought out queen-nine-jack with two spades, and Van Zadelhoff continued for 1,500, and Agerskov called.
On the turn an ace hit, and now both players checked. On the river the hit and Van Zadelhoff checked again.
"I was checking to check-raise, but he ripped it in," Van Zadelhoff said, as Agerskov had started the hand with 13,000.
Van Zadelhoff called right away with for the nut flush, and Agerskov's ended up in the muck.