Ruben Visser is on a tear right now. After he opened the cutoff to 80,000 in the last pot, Charles Furey three-bet all in for what looked like 365,000. Visser made the call with , and Furey's was drawing slim to survive.
Furey picked up a flush draw when the turn arrived on the board, but he couldn't connect with the river. The was a blank, and Furey has been sent off in 19th place.
After starting the level on the second shortest stack in the room, Visser has put himself back in the mix of chip leaders with 2.45 million now.