Hand #151: Gordon Voya calls on the button and Davidi Kitai checked. The flop was bet to the tune of 100,000 by Voya and Kitai folded.
Hand #152: Kitai had the button and he raised to 175,000. Voya called and it was off to the flop. A check from Voya prompted Kitai to be 110,000 and Voya called.
The was met with checks from both players, leading to the falling on the river. Both players checked and Kitai won the hand with .
Hand #153: Vayo limped in on the button. Kitai wasn’t prepared to take a passive route and raised to 190,000. Vayo put in the extra chips and the dealer go busy spreading the flop.
A bet of 95,000 from Kitai was not enough to push Vayo off his hand and he called. The was the turn card and Kitai bet again, this time increasing the amount slightly to 120,000. Vayo called.
The completed the board, Kitai checked, Vayo bet 320,000 giving Kitai some thinking to do. Call.
Kitai showed and won the pot with queen-high for the second time tonight, Vayo mucked .
Hand #154: Kitai raised to 175,000 and Vayo responded with a call. Vayo then checked the flop and Kita bet 95,000. Vayo called. The heads-up duo watched as the appeared on the turn. Vayo checked its arrival, Kitai continued his aggression with a 145,000 bet that Vayo called.
Fifth street, the river, was the and both players checked, then split the pot because they’d both made a pair of fours with their and .