We noticed that the start-of-the-day chip leader, Davidi Kitai, was no longer in his seat. Not long ago he was sitting on a big stack, but it seemed those chips disappeared. We asked Jonathan Little what happened, and as it happened he was responsible for Kitai's demise.
As Little told it, Kitai was crippled after the two played a big hand. It began when Kitai raised on the button with and Little defended from the big with with three hearts. The flop contained two hearts, and Little check-called a bet from Kitai.
Little then check-called another bet when he made a flush on the turn, and did the same on the river. Kitai had been bluffing with the , and Little's flush was good to crippled the Belgian.
Not long after, Kitai got the remainder of his chips in holding and was behind the of little. The board failed to help Kitai and he was eliminated in 39th place for $10,409.