On the five-way flop of , the action checked to Mahmood Rasheed and he bet 1,750. Martin Kozlov raised to 4,800 from the cutoff and the other players including Stephen Zesinger folded, Rasheed called.
On the turn, Rasheed checked and Kozlov bet 7,500, Rasheed check-raised to 35,000 and Kozlov called all in.
The Irishman had been running over the table previously and also made quads, but this time he would see the same fate against him, as the river made Kozlov quads. The Aussie, who won a bracelet at the 2016 World Series of Poker, doubled for 26,900 and put a major dent into Rasheed's stack.