Zionist Flush: Finally, the Israeli Flag Is Planted at a Poker-playing Shrine

Israeli Amir Lehavot was among nine contestants competing for the $8.3 million top prize in this month’s World Series of Poker event in Las Vegas.

LAS VEGAS − Eight hours. Eight continuous hours of constantly weighing the possibilities. Eight hours, consisting mainly of doubt and suspicion and considering the options. There was drama aplenty, and huge sums of money at stake − even a massive panda doll that was evicted from the hall, escorted by guards. But all the excitement lasted a total of no more than a few minutes.