On a flop, Roger Hairabedian check-called a bet of 20,000 from Michael Mizrachi, and the turn brought them the . Now Hairabedian took the betting lead with 20,000 of his own chips, and Mizrachi quickly flicked the call into the pot.
The river came the , and Hairabedian wasn't slowing down now. He overbet the pot with a big stack of 120,000, and Mizrachi didn't waste much time calling him down. Cooler!
Hairabedian showed up for the flopped full house, and Mizrachi shook his head and flashed as he paid off his debt. Back and forth they go, and this one gives the chip lead back to Hairabedian.