David Kitai led out for 8,500 on a flop of . Paul Volpe, who started the day with the chip lead, made the call, and the turn brought a repeat four - the .
Kitai reached for chips, then eventually fired 12,500. Volpe quickly called.
The river was a third four - the - and Kitai slowed down, checking for the first time. Volpe reached for blue T5,000 chips, added a few black T100 chips, then tossed forward a bet while simultaneously announcing, "Twenty-seven two."
Kitai looked at the 27,200-chip bet, then turned his attention Volpe. Volpe sat silently, with his right hand capping his cards and his left hand shuffling a handful of chips. Kitai continued to stare at his opponent, breaking his gaze only to count his own chips, then finally folded.