Hand #80: Davidi Kitai limped from the small blind, Gordon Vayo checked his option from the big, and the flop came down . Kitai bet 55,000, Vayo called, and the appeared on the turn. This time Kitai checked, and Vayo followed suit. The river saw Kitai bet, how much we're not sure, and Vayo called. Kitai tabled for a pair of tens, but it was no good as Vayo had queens with the .
Hand #81: Davidi Kitai limped the button, Gordon Vayo called from the small blind, and Tony Ruberto checked his option from the big, making it three-way action to the flop. Vayo checked, Ruberto bet 90,000, and only Kitai called. The turn saw Ruberto bet 195,000, Kitai called, and the completed the board on the river. Ruberto bet again, this time a hefty 515,000, and Kitai called.
"I have eight high," Ruberto said. Kitai then tabled the for a winning queen high.
"Did you see my hand?" Ruberto asked only half jokingly.
Hand #82: Gordon Vayo opened for 120,000 from the button and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #83: Davidi Kitai raised to 130,000 from the small blind and was met by a three-bet to 315,000 by Gordon Vayo in the big. Kitai released his hand.
In between the hand Ruberto asked the floorman if he could change seats as he's legitimatly convinced Kitai saw his cards in the hand he called with queen high.
Hand #84: Davidi Kitai raised the button to 115,000, Gordon Vayo called from the small blind, and Tony Ruberto folded from the big. The flopsaw Vayo check and then fold when Kitai bet 85,000.
Hand #85: Davidi Kitai received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #86: Davidi Kitai raised to 130,000 from the small blind and then folded when Gordon Vayu three-bet all in from the big.
Ruberto was allowed to move to the other end of the table (without disrupting the positioning) after this hand.