A sudden turn of events has left the players and onlookers here absolutely stunned.
Pre-flop, Bryan Huang, who was down to his last 400,000 or so, shoved all-in and the crowd stood up as he got a quick call from Michael Cua.
Bryan turned over , but he was dominated as Michael showed .
The board blanked as it ran out , sending Bryan out of the tournament in third place with US $39,500 and an APT Macau seat worth US $4,500 (convertible to cash).
We are still in shock after Michael Cua, who was one of the shortest stacks late in Day 3 and throughout the final table, is now the chip leader with almost two million in chips.
It's time for heads-up play!