He was chip leader for a very long time in this tournament, but unfortunately for him the final table didn't play out as he had expected. He started the day really strong, but just crashed in fourth place taking home $28,198. The final hand played out like this.
Brandon Cantu raised it up to 8,000, and Mizrachi moved all in for his final 63,000 chips. Cantu made the call.
Both players drew one card.
Cantu showed a , and that gave Mizrachi plenty of outs to stay alive. He needed to hit a jack, ten, nine, eight or seven in order to stay live, but he came up short. Mizrachi turned over a , and got himself a nice round of applaus as he exited the final table stage.