Hand #145: Gordon Vayo folded and Dividi Kitai got a walk.
Hand #146: Davidi Kitai raised to 175,000, Gordon Vayo called, and the flop came out . Vayo checked, Kitai bet 140,000, and Vayo folded.
Hand #147: Gordon Vayo raised to 190,000, Davidi Kitai called, and the flop fell . Two checks brought the on the turn, Kitai bet 95,000, and Vayo called to see the on the river. Two more checks followed and Kitai tabled the . It was good as Vayo mucked.
Hand #148: Davidi Kitai opened for 175,000 and Gordon Vayo folded.
Hand #149: Gordon Vayo limped the button and Davidi Kitai checked his option. When the flop came down , Kitai checked and then folded to a bet of 100,000 from Vayo.
Hand #150: Davidi Kitai kicked things off with a raise to 175,000, and Gordon Vayo announced that he was all in for 1.195 million. Kitai snap-called and it was off to the races.
The flop kept Vayo in the lead, as did the turn. All Vayo needed to do was dodge an ace and king, which is just what he did when the blanked on the river.