- Slepe stave:
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Chow Hing Yaung opened with a raise to 120,000 with and Ben Lamb was next to act. He called with . Ivan Leow then called on the button with
The flop was and action checked to Chow who put out a bet of 225,000 and only Lamb called.
The turn was the and now Chow put out a bet of 350,000. Lamb moved all in after giving it some thought and Chow quickly folded.
|1||Foo Sze Ming||Malaysia||1,890,000|
|3||Chio Lin Ern||Singapore||2,010,000|
|4||Lim Chin Wei||Malaysia||1,040,000|
|6||Chow Hing Yaung||Malaysia||1,795,000|
|7||Ben Lamb||United States||5,145,000|
|8||Nick Schulman||United States||2,490,000|
Ben Lamb raised to 155,000 under the gun, earning call from his neighbor Wai Kin Yong. Nick Schulman came along from the button.
The flop was an entertaining one with Lamb holding while Yong hit a flush draw with . Schulman flopped a double-gutter with but Lamb's bet of 215,000 was called only by Yong.
The was a juicy card. Lamb made top two and Yong picked up two-way straight draw in addition to his flush draw. Lamb checked, Yong fired 450,000 and Lamb shoved on him. Yong called for the rest of his chips, creating more than a 3.5 million pot.
Lamb dodged all bad cards on the river as the sealed the win for him. Yong, who started the final day with a big chip lead, walked away two places shy of the paid positions while Lamb increased his stack to a massive 4.7 million.
The final eight players were redrawn for the final table and took a short break before the play on the bubble started.
Chio Lin Ern moved all in from late position for 1,005,000. Action folded to Chow Hing Yaung and he called. Everyone else folded and it was on to a showdown.
Chio Lin Ern:
Chow Hing Yaung:
The board ran out and that gave Ern two pair and allowed him to double up through Yuang.
"I'm short stacked now," Yaung joked after the hand, laughing.
Nick Schulman opened to 140,000 with and he found a call from Wai Kin Yong with .
The flop was and Schulman checked. Yong put out a bet of 200,000. Schulman then decided to call.
Both players checked on the turn and the came on the river. There, both players checked again and Schulman was able to take down the pot with his three of a kind besting Yong's top two-pair.
Gabe Patgorski open-shoved 920,000 in the second position with and Ben Lamb reraised all in from the cutoff.
"You got a pair?" Patgorski asked and Lamb replied "yeah," showing .
"I got a wrap!" Patgorski joked.
The flop was awful for Patgorski, though, and he stood up, withing good luck to the rest of the table.
Then the appeared on the turn. "It's never over in this game," Lamb said. But it was over for Patgorski when the river hit the felt.
Kenneth Kee limped in under the gun and Alan Sass and Chow Hing Yaung called as well. Chio Lin Ern checked his option.
The flop was and action checked to Yaung. He put out a bet of 125,000 and action folded back to Sass. Sass moved all in and Yaung took one more look at his cards, then called.
Chow Hing Yaung:
The board completed with the and the and Yaung's set held up to earn him a double.
Yaung doubled for 1,555,000 and that would put him over three million chips while Sass was left with just over 300,000.