Winfred Yu was under the gun and opened for 48,000, which Patrik Antonius either flatted or raised from the cutoff (we couldn't quite tell). What we do know is Sorel Mizzi then moved all in from the big blind, Yu folded, and Antonius snap-called.
Antonius was way out in front and looking to dodge an ace, which he did on the flop. Mizzi began to rise from his seat, but he paused when the turn gave him a flush draw. The dealer burned and out out the river . . . ! Mizzi let a slight smile cross his face as he hit a flush to double.
Meanwhile, Antonius, who had just beate pocket kings of Phil Ivey to double, had his own cracked.