Robert Mizrachi moved his last 196,000 in from under the gun and Josue Sauvageau made the call from the cutoff.
As his railbirds called for a ten and hearts, the flop fell down to leave only a ten for Mizrachi to stay alive.
"Ten, ten, ten!" called the rail as the dealer dropped the on the turn.
"Any ten! Ten-ball!" was screamed again without realisation that the would be no good.
Although the river fell a four-side, for Mizrachi it was unfortunately the to see him hit the rail.
"It's up to you now Grinder!" bellowed one of the railbirds at the feature table in the direction of Michael Mizrachi as a round of applause greeted Robert's departure.