Victor Ramdin just raised to 7,500 from the cut-off, Nahum called from the button and so it was on to chip leader Philippe Boucher. The Canadian announced a pot raise to 26,500 and that gave Ramdin something to think about. At least, that's what you would think. Ramdin announced a pot re-raise and that ended up being 90,000. Nahum folded and Boucher went into the tank.
"I'm ready to go," Ramdin said with a smile and Boucher responded with, "I know you are, you got aces off course". Boucher ultimately folded his cards and Ramdin said, "First bluff of the day!" as he showed . Ramdin is keeping the spirit alive on day two of this tournament that will probably take some time to reach a final table. Let's hope Ramdin gets more chips because he's by far the most entertaining player left in the tournament.