We arrived at the table to see the action on the turn. The board was showing and November Niner, Eoghan O'Dea, was all-in for 8,300 on the button and Michael Mizrachi was facing the decision from early position.
"I think you have a drawing hand," said Mizrachi as he made the call.
O'Dea actually had a made hand, and to go one better, a better made hand than Mizrachi.
"A chip off the old block…always got aces or kings," said the Devilfish referring to Eoghan's father Donnachie.