All the money was in the middle before the flop when our PokerNews field reporter arrived on the scene; an opponent had moved his last 60,000 in holding , ahead of Raymond Dehkarghani who had called with .
The opponent pumped his fist and cried "Yes!" after the flop of , but when the spiked on the turn, he bellowed out a very loud, "Son of a ...!" but quickly stopped himself and cautiously looked around for the floor staff. Nobody was within range, so he muttered, "B*tch," after the blanked out on the river.
The player then wheeled around and bolted out the door, cursing under his breath. Dehkarghani thought nothing of it, and he quietly stacked up his chips. He's now holding almost 400,000.