Gordon has taken back some of his chips from Binh Nguyen in recent hands.
A few hands ago, Binh made a pre-flop raise to 150,000 and Gordon re-raised to 485,000. After some consideration, Binh made the laydown.
Later, Binh raised again pre-flop for 150,000 and got just a call from Gordon.
Both checked the
flop. On the
turn, Binh made a bet of 200,000 and Gordon called.
came on the river, it was Gordon with the aggression as he put 500,000 into the pot.
Binh took a minute to think then made the fold.
Binh Nguyen, who has the biggest stack among the remaining three players, has been using it to his advantage in the last few hands.
On one hand, Charles Chua made a pre-flop raise of 155,000 and Binh immediately declared all-in. Charles could only laugh as he mucked his hand.
The next hand, all three players called a raise of 150,000 and saw a flop of
Once the flop landed, Binh declared all-in and the other two decided to get out of the way.
Binh Nguyen has taken down two consecutive pots without a showdown.
Versus Charles Chua: After The flop
, Binh added 100,000 to the pot which got a call from Charles. On the turn
, Binh added another 150,000 and Charles folded.
Versus Gordon Huntly: Gordon called Binh's raise of 125,000 pre-flop. Binh bet 200,000 on a flop of
which was good enough to take down the pot.
He has 4,400,000 in front of him.
Pre-flop, Binh Nguyen opened with a raise to 125,000 and was called by Gordon Huntly.
Binh led out with a bet of 210,000 and Gordon decided to re-raise to 475,000.
After a short while of thinking, Binh declared he was all-in, which was enough to finally get Gordon to fold.
It was only the blinds left before the flop, with Gordon Huntly in the small blind and Charles Chua in the big blind.
They checked the flop
On the turn
, Gordon made it 125,000 to go. This was raised by Charles to 325,000 which got a call from Gordon.
They also checked the river
. Gordon had
while Charles had
for a split pot.
Gordon has made his stack bigger after winning the last two hands.
On the first hand, Binh Nguyen raised to 125,000 and was re-raised to 350,000 by Gordon. Binh decided to get out of the way and fold.
One hand after, Charles Chua bet 125,000 pre-flop and got a call from Gordon.
On a flop of
, Charles bet 200,000 and Gordon made the call.
Both players then proceeded to check the
for two-pair to take down the pot.
Pre-flop, Terrence Chan moved all-in for his remaining chips and got a call from Charles 'Mr. Macau' Chua.
Terrence was ahead before the flop with pocket nines but that quickly changed when a jack appeared in the window for a flop of
Terrence was drawing to a few outs but they did not come as the turn and river bricked with the
For his fourth place finish, Terrence wins US $71,500.
We are now down to the final three!
Pre-flop, Charles 'Mr. Macau' Chua raised to 150,000 and was met by a re-raise by chip leader Binh Nguyen to 400,000.
The action went back to Charles, who then declared all-in.
Binh gave it some thought before giving up his hand.
Charles Chua led out for 125,000 and got a call from Gordon Huntly before the flop.
They checked the flop
On the river
, Gordon added 175,000 more to the pot and Charles did the same.
Gordon had to show his
which lost to Charles'