There was a little justice in this hand for Clayton Mozdzen, but Anatoly Gurtovoy won't want to hear that as he was on the bad side of the luck to bust.
Gurtovoy raised to 80,000 from early position and was only called by Mozdzen from the button en route to a flop.
Gurtovoy checked to face a 100,000 bet that he raised up to 250,000. Mozdzen shoved and the Russian called all-in.
Mozdzen said, "Turn the ace. I'm praying, please turn the ace."
The turn gave him what he wanted as it came before the river was .
A very unlucky end for Gurtovoy. Mozdzen understood his pain as a he was eliminated in 14th at EPT Madrid in exactly the same way.
Clayton Mozdzen, Anatoly Gurtovoy.
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