We caught up with this one after the chips went in the middle, but the table had folded around to our new chip leader Robert Pisano in the small blind and a short-stacked Robert Mizrachi in the big blind. However the pair handled the situation, the result was Mizrachi was all in before the flop for his last 239,000 with and hoping to survive versus Pisano's .
The flop came made to order for Mizrachi -- -- giving him the straight right off. The turn was the and river the , and Mizrachi doubled to close to 500,000. Pisano still has 4.05 million.