Brian Hastings opened to 13,000, and Michael Mizrachi defended. The dealer spread out , and Mizrachi led out with 12,000 himself. Hastings called that bet, and he called another 15,000 after the turn. The river brought the and another bullet from Mizrachi -- 40,000. Hastings spent the next several minutes in the tank, but he eventually resigned himself to the call for about 25% of his remaining chips.
Mizrachi said, "Nine," and tabled , and Hastings' cards hit the muck. He's now dangerously short on chips with only about 110,000.