Gordon Huntly has put a stop on Binh Nguyen's consecutive take down of pots.
Pre-flop, Binh made it 200,000 to go with a call from Gordon.
Binh again led out with 200,000 with another call from Gordon.
They checked the turn
Binh resumed aggression with a bet of 300,000 and again called by Gordon. Binh had to show his losing hand of
After having Binh Nguyen as the chip leader for the last few levels, Gordon Huntly has turned the tables during heads-up play after a recent double-up.
On a board of
, Binh bet 550,000 and Gordon declared all-in. Binh snap-called and the cards were tabled:
Both players had made the diamond flush but Gordon was way ahead with the higher one.
was inconsequential and the chips were moved Gordon's way.
Gordon is now up to 4,500,000 for the lead while Binh is at about 4,000,000.
We've been seeing a lot of flops, turns and rivers but no hole cards being turned over.
Bets have been enough to end the action and we have yet to see a showdown.
Heads-up play is now underway with Binh Nguyen holding about 6,560,000 and Gordon Huntly with about 1,930,000.
The clock has been paused as the final table goes on a dinner break.
We'll have the latest updates for you all as soon as heads-up play begins.
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Charles 'Mr. Macau' Chua ran into a brick wall in chip leader Binh Nguyen.
Before the flop, Charles moved all in and got a call from Binh while Gordon got out of the way.
were enough to put Charles' tournament in the grave.
Binh Nguyen now has more than half of the chips in play and the latest batch of chips came from Gordon Huntly.
On the button, Binh raised to 150,000 and got a call from Gordon in the small blind. After that, they checked the flop
After the turn
, Gordon led out for 425,000 which Binh called.
Gordon check-called Binh's bet of 500,000 only to see Binh turn over
. Gordon mucked his hand.
Pre-flop, Charles 'Mr. Macau' Chua went all-in and got called by Gordon Huntly.
Charles was ahead and would stay that way on the flop of
The turn would not bring the nine that would eliminate him as it came
, came on the river, prompting tournament director Danny McDonagh to say that Charles had doubled-up.
After a second look, though, the river had actually made it into a chop -- a pair of fours with king, queen, and the aces held by the two for an identical top five.