Michael Mizrachi opened to 725 from under the gun, as the table folded around to the player in the small blind. He made the call, before both players saw the flop come down . The action was checked to Mizrachi, who placed out a bet of 500, which was called. The then fell on the turn. His opponent checked, then Mizrachi fired out another 1,500. His opponent called. The river came the and after another check, Mizrachi quickly bet out 3,500.
His opponent was obviously not too pleased with the continuous betting, as Mizrachi pointed at the in the middle of the table, possibly putting his opponent on a pair.
“I call ya,” said the player in the small blind, before Mizrachi tabled his for a pair on the river.
His opponent shook his head, tabling his , before mucking the hand.
Mizrachi has kept the aggression going all day, as he surpasses the 150,000-chip mark with two levels to go.