After Orpen Kisacikoglu made it 30,000 preflop, the action was then on Cary Katz.
"Alright I'll gamble with you," he said as he threw in calling chips.
The flop came out and Kisacikoglu bet a measly 5,000 into the 60,000 pot.
"This guy's milking me! That's Mikita's job!" Katz joked as he tossed in a chip.
The turn came the and both players checked to see the on the river.
Kisacikoglu checked to Katz, who then bet 32,500, which left him with only 2,000 behind.
This sent Kisacikoglu deep into the tank, causing him to use several of his timebanks.
"What do you have? I can give you some help." Katz chirped after a while.
Kisacikoglu then set a stack of chips in front of him to make the call and Katz flipped over for a bricked straight draw which left him with only seven-high. Kisacikoglu then rolled over for a whopping ace-high to take the massive pot.
"Wowww I guess nobody believes me anymore," Katz sighed as his chips were pushed to Kisacikoglu. Katz then proceeded to bust the very next hand to none other than Makita Badziakouski.