The cutoff (also coincidentally the player who won a huge side pot with against Ramdin's flopped straight earlier) got into a major raising war against Victor Ramdin. When we arrived, there was already a 3,600 bet in front of the former (judging by the pot, there might have been some limpers) and Ramdin had made it 8,400 on the button.
Then the cutoff virtually clicked it back, making it 17,000 to play. Ramdin recounted his stack before deciding to just flat call in position as the flop came down . The cutoff quickly lead out for 22,000 and Ramdin tanked for a minute as the rest of the players at the table got more and more interested in the hand. Alas, just as their interest had piqued, Ramdin elected to fold to his nemesis.