Phil Ivey's downfall began with an early position limp from Anthony Zinno. Ivey called from the small blind and the big blind checked his option. The flop came and Ivey threw one 5,000 chip on the felt, betting 2,500. Both opponents called and all three checked the turn.
Ivey checked the river, but when the big blind bet 7,000 and Zinno folded, Ivey made a slow and deliberate call. The big blind showed and Ivey mucked.
The very next hand, he shoved in his final 11,800 facing a Zinno open and Antonio Esfandiari call. Zinno called and after Esfandiari disappeared, the cards were revealed.
Ivey left without a word on the run out.