We missed the hand, but got a description from the man stacking the chips after it was over.
According to Jean-Luc Voyer (with a little extra input from his tablemates), he was facing two limpers, and raised preflop. The flop was rainbow. He continued on the flop and got a caller. The turn was a , and Voyer bet 2,100, and his opponent called. The river was a , and the players ended up in an all-in confrontation. Voyer's opponent held , and had turned a set after limping preflop. Voyer held , and had raised hoped to win without resistance preflop and on the flop, but ended up making a straight on the river.
Afterward, Voyer joking said, "I am ashamed," but the smile on his face as he stacked his chips and recalled the hand told a different story.