In early position, John Chong raised it up to 38,000, and Cole Swannack made the call next door. Action came around to the teeny-stacked of Wee Yee Tan, and he moved all in for 98,000 total. Chong quickly called, but Swannack announced an all-in reshove to try and get heads up against Tan. It worked; Chong shook his head and mumbled something in his native language before sliding his cards back to the dealer. It was good news for Tan, now looking for a triple up against just one set of hole cards.
We couldn't tell what Chong folded, but he was standing behind his chair, glaring at Swannack and turning a certain shade of red as his head shook like it was on a spring. In any event, the flop was no fun at all for Tan, coming out . The on the turn left him drawing dead to the river, and Wee Yee Tan has been knocked off in 10th place. He'll pick up a check for 178,200 HKD on his way out the door, falling just one spot shy of a seat at tomorrow's final table.