Gordon Huntly has pushed the action in the last two hands and has gotten some newfound chips as a result.
Pre-flop, Binh Nguyen raised to 125,000 and got a call from both Terrence Chan and Gordon.
On the flop of
, Gordon bet out a hefty 500,000 and got both his opponents to fold.
The next hand, Gordon raised to 200,000 pre-flop and got a call in Terrence.
Both players checked the
flop but when the
turn came, Gordon bet a handful of chips and Terrence folded before the bet amount could even be counted.
He is now at almost 2,200,000 in chips.
On our very first hand after the break, Terrence Chan has doubled up against Gordon Huntly.
Pre-flop, Terrence moved all-in for his remaining 510,000 and got a call from Gordon Huntly.
The flop ran out
to give Terrence the quick double-up.
He is now at about 1,120,000 in chips.
We are now on a fifteen minute break.
When we get back, the four remaining players will go at it again until a champion emerges.
Hyungsun 'Sunny' Jung had to make a move as his short stack was being left behind by the other players.
Pre-flop, Sunny moved his 570,000 chips all in and got one caller in Gordon Huntly.
gave him a runner-runner straight draw. Yet, it was not to be as the
were came on the turn and river.
Charles 'Mr. Macau' Chua has doubled up to about 1,000,000 in chips.
Chucky has moved all in for about five times on this final table without getting any callers. But on his sixth move, he got a call from Terrence Chan and everyone else folded.
was what Chucky was looking for. The turn
ensured he had the top pair to double up.
"Now we can play." said Chucky after.
The clock has been paused midway through the level as the film crew tape a short segment at the final table.
Choon Lim gambled big in an attempt to scare Binh Nguyen off the pot and he ended up paying for it with his entire stack.
Pre-flop, Choon raised to 105,000 and Binh re-raised to 315,000. Choon, who had
, decided to make a move and go all-in to try and scare Binh off the hand.
It didn't work as Binh instantly called and showed
, leaving Choon looking for a miracle to stay alive.
The flop came
did not bring help and Choon's fate was sealed when the
came on the turn.
was dealt as a formality and Choon is now on the rail. He wins US $44,300 for finishing sixth in his first major tournament.
Live poker action updates on the Final Table of the PAGCOR Chairman's Cup from Asia PokerNews.
After a lot of aggressive action early on, we are now experiencing a slowdown in the action here on the final table.
We've had many pre-flop raises being met by folds all around, and even a couple of walks.