Hernan Salazar had survived several all-in situations with his short stack over the last stretch, including a hand just a short while ago that saw him all in and drawing a pair of treys on the last round but still surviving after Michael Mizrachi drew a seven-high straight.
Shortly after that hand Salazar's luck ran out, however, again in a hand versus Mizrachi.
All in before the first draw, Salazar drew one card on all three rounds while Mizrachi drew two, then one, then one.
Mizrachi quickly spread his hand to show he'd made a number one — . Then Salazar showed his and expressed amazement when flipping the fifth card as he'd ended with a number two (!) — . "The Mizrachi Show," deadpanned Scott Seiver at the sight of the hands.
With a half-hour to go tonight, just 10 players remain.