It wouldn't have been the early start the runner-up finisher of the recent APPT Seoul Main Event was looking for, but Vincent Rubianes still has plenty of time to regain the chips we just witnessed him lose.
When we came to his table, Rubianes was involved in a hand with a board showing and coming up against one opponent. There was around 4,000 in the pot at this point and Rubianes was first to act on the turn. He flung out 2,325 and his opponent quickly called as the final card would be dealt on the river.
The river card didn't change much on the board, but it would see Rubianes check to his opponent who bet 4,000. This was too much for Rubianes and he let go of his hand to take a hit to his stack early.