Hand #169: Davidi Kitai raised to 200,000 and Gordon Vayo called. The flop came down and Vayo checked to Kitai, who in turn made a continuation bet of 175,000. Vayo took another look at his cards before sending them back to the dealer.
Hand #170: Vayo was on the button and limped on. Kitai checked and then checked to Vayo on the flop. Vayo bet 125,000 and Kitai mucked.
Hand #171: Kitai completed on the big blind, Vayo checked and the dealer put the flop onto the felt. Vayo took a 125,000 stab at the pot and Kitai stepped out of the way.
Hand #172: Vayo called from his seat on the button and Kitai took back his big blind and exchanged it for 250,000. Vayo called. A flop was bet to 175,000 by Kitai and it was enough to scoop the pot.
Hand #173: Kitai limped in and Vayo checked his option. The flop saw a check from Vayo, a bet of 125,000 bet from Kitai and a call from Vayo. The saw a check from Vayo, a bet of 350,000 from Kitai and a fold from Vayo.
Hand #174: Vayo raised to 225,000 and Kitai folded.
Hand #175: Kitai completed his small blind on the button and Vayo pumped it up to 300,000 and Kitai mucked.
Hand #176: Vayo was first to act and he raised to 225,000 and Kitai called. The heads-up duo watched on as the dealer spread the and Kitai checked over to Vayo and Vayo fired a 275,000 and Kitai called, creating an ever-growing pot.
The turn was the and again Kitai checked. Vayo checked behind. The landed on the river and both players checked.
Kitai opened the for a pair of sixes and Vayo mucked.