Brock Bourne raised from under the gun to 53,000. Action folded around to the last player eligible to give Bourne action preflop and that was Michael Mizrachi in the big blind. He called and said, "Take it easy on me."
Bourne and Mizrachi took the flop of and Mizrachi checked. Bourne checked behind before the turn brought the .
Mizrachi fired 56,000 on the turn and said, "That's being real nice. I could've bet 125 and you'd have folded quicker. Now I'm pricing you in."
Bourne came back without words, but with action. He raised to 181,000.
"That's not very nice," said Mizrachi as he made the call.
The river completed the board with the and both players checked.
"One pair," announced Mizrachi with the rolling over from his hand.
"It's good," said Bourne, mucking his hand.
Mizrachi was pushed the pot and now has about 5.75 million in chips.