There's quite an interesting corner table with Ryan Riess, Russell Thomas, George Danzer, and Aaron Lim in the upper portion of Crown's poker room, and it's not short of action.
Lim just raised from the cutoff seat and got called by the player in the big blind. On the flop, action was checked to Lim and he bet 150. His opponent check-raised to 300, and Lim called.
After the hit the turn, the player in the big blind bet 650 with less than 1,500 behind. Lim called. The completed the board and again the action was checked to Lim. He cut out 1,500 and bet it. His opponent made the call and committed all of his chips for 1,425 with the for a rivered flush.
Lim dropped to about half the starting stack, but he'll be looking to turn things back around in his quest for a second World Series of Poker gold bracelet. Last year, Lim won WSOP Asia-Pacific Event #4: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Six Max for AU$233,800.