Michael Mizrachi raised preflop and Owais Ahmed made the call to see a flop of . Ahmed then check-raised Mizrachi's bet and was called.
On the turn, Mizrachi check-called all in as all the spectators almost rushed the stage trying to see what was happening.
Mizrachi showed for aces up against Ahmed's for a gutshot and flush draw. Mizrachi could double up as long as he avoided a deuce, heart or king while Ahmed would chop with any six to eight to make a low.
The river was the making a flush and the low for Ahmed and his supporters erupted in celebration. Michael Mizrachi came incredibly close to winning his second bracelet today, dominating proceedings all the way up until a very swingy heads up match that really could've gone either way.
'The Grinder' will have to wait until another event before he takes another shot at bracelet number two.