After two long days of play, only 20 players are standing between Davidi Kitai and his fourth WSOP bracelet.
You can take the fan out of football, but you can't take football out of the fan. Even in the middle of the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas (arguably not a location where what Americans call soccer is a major concern), Davidi Kitai couldn't resist the sirens of the UEFA European Championship, taking place an ocean away in France. Having failed to fall back to sleep after waking up at an ungodly hour to watch a game between Poland and Switzerland on TV, our hero is feeling a bit tired upon showing up at the Rio with a long.y. Not the best timing to be lacking in sleep: today is kind of a big day for our hero, who has successfully gone through two long days in the $10,000 6-max event of the World Series of Poker, and is now embarking on the third and last day of the competition with only 20 players standing between him and a fourth career bracelet. Oh well: no rest for the wicked, that's what they say, right? He knows it and we know it: Davidi is gonna have to double his efforts to stay concentrated and accumulate chips. And even though he's not aware of it yet, he's moments away from playing the longest, tensest, and biggest pot of the tournament up until this point...
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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