From early position, Ukraine's Kyrylo Kustov raised to 650. Jean-Pierre Tseng Ah Wang — the player who ran into Michael Mizrachi's quads just two hands prior — called from the cutoff seat, and then Mizrachi called out of the big blind.
The flop came down , and Mizrachi checked. Kustov bet 1,250, and Wang folded. Mizrachi called to see the land on the turn, fired 3,000, but was met with a raise to 7,500 from Kustov. Mizrachi thought about it, then called the raise.
The river was the , and Mizrachi checked. Kustov put a bet of 17,000 on the table in front of him, and Mizrachi called.
Kustov showed the for the nut flush, beating Mizrachi's that he showed as a worse flush.
Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi has been booming here in the early levels, and just increased to 158,000 thanks to flopping quad eights.
On the final board of , Jean-Pierre Tseng Ah Wang checked to Mizrachi. Mizrachi fired a bet of 8,000, and Wang tossed in 4,000, thinking that was the amount he was calling.
Mizrachi turned up the for quad eights, giving Wang the bad news. The news was even worse when he realized he had to put in 4,000 more to call Mizrachi's full bet, which the dealer informed Wang of and caused some under-the-breath mumblings from the player.
Mizrachi pulled in the pot and moved up to 158,000.
Ole Schemion opened, found a player three betting behind him, and Benjamin Pollak cold four bet to 3,050. After the blinds folded, Schemion five bet to 4,700 and the three better folded. Pollak thought for a little bit, and then tossed in his two blue 5,000 chips to find himself all in for 13,050. Schemion instantly called.
The board did nothing for both players, and Pollak made his way to the exit.