Hand #87: Cary Katz gave Davidi Kitai a walk.
Hand #88: Kitai made it 70,000, Katz folded.
Hand #89: Katz raised to 60,000. Kitai called. The flop came . Kitai check-called 50,000. Kitai then led out 65,000 on a turn. Katz folded.
Hand 90: Kitai raised to 60,000, Katz made it 160,000. Kitai came back with 360,000. Katz reraised pot, and Kitai snap-called.
The flop came , and Kitai pulled massively ahead. The turn brought Katz no help, and neither did an on the river. Kitai had Katz slightly covered, and he is the champion of a Pot-Limit Hold'em event here at the World Series of Poker for the second time.