Ruben Visser decided to take a last-minute flight to Nice in order to play this event, but unfortunately it didn't work out. After we witnessed his bust out hand, he told us what happened earlier to get the full story.
Visser told us he raised from the button to 250 with and he got three-bet by the "Scandinavian looking guy" in the big blind. The raise to 750 didn't scare Visser, who had previously clashed with the same player. He four-bet to 1,650 and ended up getting it in against pocket nines. The window card was the nine of spades but the flop ended up bringing three spades for a nice sweat. No luck on the turn or river and Visser was left behind with very little chips.
In the last hand he played, it was Anton Makiievskyi who raised under the gun to 250. The action got folded to Visser who shoved for 1,075 from the button and Makiievskyi followed with the quick call. After the Ukrainian November Nine finalist showed the Visser started laughing, "Well, I like that card!" and showed his . Makiievskyi showed the other and told Visser the flop was gonna bring a third one. The board ran out and the players at the table seemed to be feeling a little bad for Visser who had a very unlucky and short day.