On a flop, we watched a heads-up pot that would end up being the last of Lex Veldhuis' day. The big blind checked to the Dutchman, and he fired 2,500 into a pot of about 5,400. The big blind called, and they'd both check-check through the turn. On the river, the drew one last check from the big blind, and Veldhuis took his cue to bet 6,000. He didn't like seeing a check-raise all in behind him, but he called off his last 22,000 total to put himself at risk.
We'd never get to see his cards. The big blind tabled for top two, and Veldhuis mucked and ducked out of the room.