A huge hand involving Onnit representative Sorel Mizzi and Burt Boutin played out right before the break. The hand left Boutin fuming and Mizzi with a huge chip stack.
We arrived at the table with a flop already out on the felt and with Mizzi checking in middle position and Boutin checking behind from the button.
Mizzi checked here and Boutin led for 10,500. Mizzi then check-raised to 32,000 and it was back on Boutin, who instantly re-raised to 102,000. Mizzi then went all in and this when Boutin got upset - not at Mizzi or anyone at the table, but at himself. "You've got ace-king," he said. "This is just F***ed up."
"Why did you do this to yourself Burt!" Boutin said before claiming the he has to call. Mizzi then tabled for the Broadway straight, while Boutin flipped over his for the lower end of the straight. Boutin was not happy with the whole hand and wasn't excited to see the ESPN cameras directed at his face. "This is a real blow up here," he said as he now sits behind a short stack.
Mizzi, who now sits behind a stack of almost 350,000, can be seen below, interviewed earlier in the summer by PokerNews' Sarah Grant.