The flop read and there was 45,000 in the middle.
Michael Addamo had checked his big blind and Cary Katz bet 25,000 which Addamo called.
The turn was the and Addamo checked again. This time, Katz bet 56,000. Addamo glanced over to Katz's stack which was one chip of 100,000.
"Do you need a count?" Katz joked before Addamo made the call.
The river completed the board with the and Addamo checked for the final time. Katz picked up his last chips and flicked it in for the shove. Addamo tanked for a while.
"You have king-ten," Katz said. "I called your hand out, surely I must have you beat..." Katz continued.
Addamo tanked for a bit longer, using two time bank cards, and then made the call.
Katz tabled the for two pair. Addamo peeked at his own cards again before confirming with the dealer that he needed to show them. She confirmed it and Addamo showed the .
"ahh, I thought it was king-ten!" Katz commented before adding: "When recreational players talk, they must always have it."