Moments after winning a big pot against Don Nguyen, Ron Minnis has just given all of those chips back and them some, with French pro Manuel Bevand the recpient after a fortunate river card.
The action started on the turn, with the board showing . Minnis checked to Bevand, and then called the Frenchman's bet of 1,500 to see the drop on the river.
Minnis then led out for 3,000, and Bevand slowly cut out enough chips for a raise, before pushing a stack of 9,700 forward. Minnis snap-called and rolled over for trip sixes on the flop that had materialized into a straight.
Bevand revealed the , however, and his trip sixes had transformed into an unbearable full house.
Still believing he had a lock on the hand, Minnis had to stand and peer across the table before discovering the bad news.
"You've got six-four?", he asked, "Damn, that really cut me back down."