Hand #142 - Rene Mouritsen has the button, he limps for 160,000, and Mizrachi checks. The flop comes , and both players check. The turn card is the , Mizrachi bets 200,000, Mouritsen raises to 780,000, and Mizrachi calls. The river card is the , and both players check. Mizrachi shows 10-4-x-x for two pair, tens and fours, and Mouritsen shows K-10-x-x for a pair of tens.
Robert Mizrachi takes the pot, and Rene Mouritsen is down to 560,000 in chips.
Hand #141 - Robert Mizrachi has the button, he limps for 160,000, and Mouritsen checks his option. The flop comes , Mouritsen checks, Mizrachi bets, and Mouritsen folds. Robert Mizrachi takes the first heads-up pot.
The players are ready to go, but everyone is waiting for the bracelet to arrive. Robert Mizrachi has a 2.74-to-1 chip lead over Rene Mouritsen, but that's a smaller lead than it sounds like, as anything can happen in pot-limit Omaha.
There are 55 minutes and 37 seconds left in Level 23, with blinds at 80,000-160,000. If the players can somehow survive that long, the blinds would then increase to 100,000-200,000. It's hard to imagine it lasting very long at those blinds.