We picked up the action just after the flop, as three players had each put two bets into the pot going to the turn. The leading bettor (Seat 9) fired again, and the gentleman in Seat 1 put in a raise. Michael Mizrachi made it three bets to go, and both of his opponents called the remainder to see the fill out the board. Mizrachi got in one last bet when the table checked to him, and Seat 9 quickly called. Seat 1, however, spent a long while in the tank before deciding a surrender was in order.
Mizrachi takes the high half, and he and his opponent chop up Seat 1's money. Mizrachi was up to about 38,000 early on, but lost some. That pot pulls him back up to starting stack with about 30,500.