Hand #35: Vincent Bartello raised to 50,000. Cary Katz made the call, as did Davidi Kitai on the button. The blinds folded. Everyone checked the flop. The turn came . Bartello fired the minimum, 20,000. Katz folded, and Kitai made it 100,000 to go. Bartello made the call to see the river. He then checked. Kitai kept up the pressure, this time firing 225,000. Bartello tanked briefly before calling with , but Kitai rolled over for a set.
Hand #36: Kitai raised preflop, and everyone else folded.
Hand #37: Kitai raised to 40,000, and Bartello called. Bartello checked the , and Kitai checked behind. The turn brought yet another heart, this time the . Both players checked through the river as well, which was the . Bartello showed to win the pot.
Hand #38: Kitai got a walk.
Hand #39: Katz opened to 44,000 from the button. Dimitar Danchev was the only caller. The flop came . Both players checked. The turn came , and Dimitar kept checking. Katz bet 25,000 this time, but Danchev came over the top to 90,000. Katz made the call. The river was the , completing a four-straight. Danchev slowed down with a check, and Katz took the opportunity to move all in. Danchev folded without much thought.