We're not sure how he got that way, but we discovered former WSOP bracelet winner and recent World Poker Tour Celebrity Invitational champ Davidi Kitai sitting on a short stack of just 2,525. As we were watching, action folded around to the player in the small blind and he bet enough to put Kitai, who was in the big, all in. Kitai peeked down at his cards and snap-called.
Kitai was in a dominating spot and primed to double; however, the flop did deliver his opponent an open-ended straight draw. That draw was quickly debunked as the hit the river and gave Kitai Broadway; however, his opponent replaced the old straight draw with a new flush draw. Luckily for Kitai, the blanked on the river and he doubled, though he is still short with just 6,000.