Steve O'Dwyer opened the action for 40,000 only to have Sorel Mizzi, who re-entered once yesterday, three-bet all in for 290,000 from the small blind. Tobias Reinkemeier then moved all in over the top from the big and O'Dwyer got out of the way.
It was a bad spot for Mizzi, and his best chance of surviving was to catch an ace. The flop provided no help, and neither did the turn. "Greenstein?" Mizzi asked, referring to the title of the Team PokerStars Pro's book Ace on the River. It was wishful thinking, but a wish that wouldn't come true as the blanked on the river. Mizzi hit the rail in 16th place.