Action began with a raise to 2,400 from under the gun. Only one player called the raise before Sorel Mizzi three-bet to 7,000 on the button. Both blinds folded back to the player under the gun. He four-bet to 22,400. The player who originally called folded, but Mizzi tagged along.
The flop came down and the player under the gun checked. Mizzi put out a bet of 15,200. With action back on the under the gun player he tanked for about a minute before announcing that he was all in for 92,800 total. Mizzi went into the tank. It would've cost him just about his entire stack to make the call. After a few minutes in the tank, Mizzi finally folded his hand telling his opponent that he had a big hand.
"It's very hard to get value from you," the player asked. "How big was it?"
"Ace queen," Mizzi said.
"I had ace king," the player said. "One hundred dollars and I'll show."
Everyone declined so the player just mucked his hand. Mizzi mumbled something under his breath about not believing the player. Either way, after that hand Mizzi dropped just under 100,000 chips.