Three hands ago, Michael Mizrachi raised to 20,000 from the button, and Roger Hairabedian called to see a flop. It came , and Hairabedian check-called another 20,000. They both checked through the turn, and Hairabedian checked a third time on the river. Mizrachi bet 25,000, but Hairabedian snuck in a check-raise to 90,000 total. Mizrachi double-checked his cards, then cut down his stack to see what he was working with -- about 1.1 million still. He spent a good while thinking it over, but he eventually folded. Hairabedian flashed a card; we couldn't see it, but it was more than likely a six based on Grinder's reaction. He shook his head and thew his hands up in the air with a smirk.
Two hands later, the action nearly repeated itself with Mizrachi raising to 20,000 and betting the same amount on the flop. They checked through the turn, and Mizrachi bet 40,000 on the river. Hairabedian check-raised again, this time the minimum to 80,000, and Mizrachi once again yielded.