Inside the Mind of a Pro: hello, sunshine!

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A new day rises on the $10,000 6-max WSOP event, and Davidi Kitai is falling out of bed to jump back into action.

Inside the Mind of a Pro - Davidi Kitai - WSOP 2016
By now, you're probably well aware: on top of being a finely tuned poker-playing machine, Davidi Kitai is also quite the understated showman, always at the ready to deliver a perfectly timed punchline after executing a successful bluff or hero call. And while plenty of the Belgian's best lines will be sources of headaches for our team of translators, the best quote in this new episode wasn't hard to turn into English. It comes early in an action-packed half-hour of high-level poker. "You can't be scared. If you play scared 6-handed, you're done." A pitch-perfect mission-statement that our hero will be nothing but faithful to as we near the bubble in the $10,000 Short-Handed event of the 2016 World Series of Poker.

With 84 players left, only 45 of whom will see a payday, our hero has no intention of deviating whatsoever from his aggressive battle plan, despite facing tough, experienced soldiers such as Scott Seiver. The battle resumes with Davidi loaded with 140,000 in ammo at the 1,500/3,000 blind level. Fight on!

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Based on an idea by: Régis Leon
Directed by: Junior, Régis Léon, Paco
Camera operator: Angélique Thillays, Nicolas Droz, Gabriel Kaluszynski
Edited by: Junior, Régis Léon, Paco
Voice-over texts: Joshua Alexander, Michel Abécassis
Sound mixing: Régis Léon
Translator: Timothy Rees & A+ Translations
Technical equipment: R2D2 Productions

Special thanks: All the supervisors, croupiers, WSOP staff members and players who made this series possible

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