Maxim Panyak raised to 180,000 from the cutoff and action got to Davidi Kitai in the big blind. The Belgian EPT and WSOP champion, who started the hand with just 5 big blinds, called to see a flop.
With on the flop, Kitai shoved for 270,000. Panyak asked for a count prompting a smile by Kitai who seemed happy his opponent didn't snap call. Panyak did call eventually.
The on the turn was a blank but the on the river wasn't. Panyak paired up, beating Kitai's flopped pair of threes.
Down to 6 players, and that means the end of it for Day 5. The final 6 return tomorrow, an extensive recap of today's action is to follow.