A short-stacked player opened with a raise to 850 from early position, and it folded around to Victor Ramdin who defended his big blind. The flop came and both checked. The turn was the . Ramdin bet 1,200, and his opponent called.
The river brought the and checks from both players. "Sixes," said Ramdin, tabling . His opponent exhaled. "Not my day," he said, showing his and staring down at his stack of just over 6,000. "Nothing's good at the moment."
Ramdin's day hasn't gone that well -- he's at 17,000 at the moment -- but he's still smiling. Winning even a small pot will do that for a player.