Jarred Solomon, who just recently sat down in the ten seat at the main feature table, opened, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi three-bet to 700, and Solomon four-bet to 2,600. Grinder called.
The flop came down , Solomon put Mizrachi all in, and he called.
Mizrachi was in great shape, but the on the turn gave Solomon four outs to a chop.
"If a ten comes, it's not meant to be," Mizrachi joked for the ESPN cameras.
The river was not a ten, rather it was the , doubling Grinder to 18,300 chips.