We picked up the action on the flop in a heads-up pot between Harrison Gimbel and the gentleman on his left. The board showed , and Gimbel had either bet or raised to 13,300. Mr. Opponent raised to 38,000, and Gimbel clicked it right back to 62,700 total with a minimum raise. The call came, and the landed on the turn.
Mr. Opponent had 80,500 chips left in front of him, and Gimbel made a covering shove to put him to the test. When the call came after just a few seconds, Gimbel sunk in his chair. He sheepishly tabled his , and he was already drawing dead to the of his neighbor.
Gimbel paid off his debt after the river, and he's been dashed all the way down to about 140,000 chips now.