I don't have specifics about chip counts. I don't have specifics about the hands prior to that feature table. All I have is the image of a really nice stack sitting in front of a player who knows how to wield it and who's flopped a monster. Faced with a tough decision, this player runs the numbers, gets a count, and ranges her opponent (who she knows has made some incredibly sick bluffs in the previous hours of play). Does he have 9s? Ts? If so, why did he take so long to make that all-in shove? Is he on a draw? Did he really play 78 pre in that manner?
What a call. What a freaking monster, ballsy, gutsy, pro call.
With that made hand on the flop, did you know she was a 72% favorite before the turn card came?
Within moments, after enduring a marathon of incredible poker day after day after day, she's hitting the rail. Shaken, yes, but composed, professional - grounded. And in the face of incredible disappointment, after a year of undeniable turmoil, she says this:
What a class act. Well done, Ms. Rousso.