A few hands with Stephen Song lead to Robert Mizrachi's downfall in the tournament that sent him out in fourteenth place.
In the first, Mizrachi raised in the big blind to 120,000 and found himself heads-up with Song. The flop came down and Mizrachi check-called Song's 60,000 bet.
The turn was an which Mizrachi once again checked. Song bet 300,000 and after some time in the tank, Mizrachi tossed in chips for the call.
On the river was a and Mizrachi checked to Song again. Song bet 1,050,000 and after going in to the tank again for a few minutes, Mizrachi finally called. Song showed for a set of threes and Mizrachi mucked his hand.
Two hands later these two were at it again with Mizrachi shoving all in on the big blind for around 825,000 which Song snap-called.
The board came down which gave Song a pair of threes which was enough to win the hand and send Mizrachi to the rail.