Under the gun, Victor Ramdin raised to open the pot, and he called a three-bet from Michael Mizrachi who was in position on the button.
Heads-up, the dealer fanned out , and Ramdin check-called 5,000 more from Grinder. On the turn , though, Ramdin check-raised from 10,000 to 21,000, and now it was Mizrachi doing the calling, leaving himself with just about 30,000 behind.
There was about 70,000 in the pot going to the river, and Ramdin shoved in for about a pot-sized bet. Mizrachi spent a couple good minutes soaking in the tank, but he eventually decided that starting stack was enough for now, and he surrendered his cards into the muck.