Marcel Luske raised to 1,200 from early position and received called from a player in middle position, the hijack, and the big blind. When the flop fell , action checked to the hijack and he tossed out one orange T5,000 chip.
The big blind quickly got out of the way while Luske made the call. Action was then on the player in middle position who thought for a minute and put in a min-raise to 10,000. The hijack folded and action was back on Luske. The Dutchman stared down his opponent for about 30 seconds before turning over the and sending his hand to the muck.
While Luske lost a little in that hand, he still has more chips than the last time we checked in on him.