We picked up the action on the flop with about 50,000 chips already in the middle and Sorel Mizzi pitted against Scott Seiver. Mizzi fired 27,500 and Seiver raised all in. He had Mizzi covered and Mizzi had 299,000 behind, so this was a big raise. Mizzi knew that and even said it out loud while he thought. Eventually, he made the call.
The turn was the and river the . Mizzi's aces held up and he doubled through Seiver, who was left with under 100,000 in chips.