Dylan Linde opened to 2,500 from middle position, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi three-bet to 6,000 from the next seat over in the hijack. It folded back to Linde who four-bet to 11,000 and Mizrachi quickly called.
The dealer fanned out a flop of . Linde continued for 12,000 and Grinder wasted no time flat calling. The hit the turn and Linde fired 18,000. Mizrachi instantly dropped in a huge stack of blue t5,000 chips for a bet to put Linde all in.
Linde tanked for about ninety seconds.
"You've still got enough to work with," said Mizrachi with a smile to Linde.
Ultimately thought, Linde opted to call only to find that he was behind.
Linde was looking for one of the two remaining queens for make a set or a king or a ten to make a better two pair. The river was the and Linde was forced to the rail. Mizrachi, on the other hand, is up to 275,000 in chips.