Pre-flop, Bryan Huang made a pre-flop raise of 38,000 and got a call from Victor Chen.
On a flop of
, both players checked to see a turn card of .
Bryan fired out a bet of 49,000, prompting Victor to go in the tank for a long, long time.
Finally, Bryan decided to call time on Victor and that was enough to push him to fold.
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Tomoki Yasuda, who came into the final day second in chips behind Bryan Huang, has been eliminated from the tournament in a battle between two Japanese players.
Pre-flop, Tomoki made a raise to more than 30,000 and Kenichi Takarabe made the call.
When the first three cards appeared, Kenechi made another bet only to have Tomoki shove all-in for his remaining chips. Kenechi snap called and the cards were tabled:
The turn and river blanked out and Tomoki exits in ninth place for HK $65,568.
A couple of hands ago, with the pot at about 90,000 on a board of
, Bryan fired out a bet of 80,000 with only Cheng Feng Li left to act. Cheng thought for a while before finally giving up his hand.
Two hands later, Bryan raised to a total of 32,000 pre-flop. Everybody got out of the way and Bryan picked up the blinds and antes.
The chip leader heading into the final table, Bryan has padded his lead as he is now at about 870,000.
After the exit of Anthony Hughes, play has quieted down a bit as all-in bets are being met with folds.
On the last hand, Kenji Kurashina made a pre-flop raise to 25,000. Victor, who was next to act, then declared he was all-in.
After everybody folded back to Kenji, he thought long and hard before finally folding. Victor's supporters cheered loudly as he showed pocket queens before raking in the pot.