From the cutoff seat, Michael Mizrachi open-shoved all in. Next door, Hasan Habib called all in for his last 1,065,000, and the blinds folded to cue the showdown. Habib was at risk once again, and the cards were on their backs:
The flop was a big load off Habib's shoulders as it came down to set him up for the double up. The turn locked up the pot, and the river filled out the board as The Grinder counted out his debt.
Another Habib double chips him up to 2.7 million, and he's bought himself a little more time once again. On the other hand, Mizrachi is now the shortest stack left with just over 2 million to his name.