Sorel Mizzi, who will return tomorrow for the 2014 Aussie Millions Main Event final table, opened for a raise only to have Ryan Riess three-bet to 70,000. Tony Bloom then moved all in from the button for 219,000, a short-stacked Mizzi called off, and Riess shrugged before calling to put both players at risk.
All three players held a pocket pair, but of course Riess' ladies were best. The flop wasn't particularly interesting, but the turn was as it gave Bloom the best flush draw. The river was actually a spade to give Bloom the flush, but fortunately for Riess it was the to improve him to a full house.
"Good luck, Sorel," Riess offered Mizzi in regards to his big final table on Sunday.