After four consecutive all ins by the short-stacked Wai Cheng "Ginger" Keong: Ginger went pre-flop all in three times plus another all-in after the flop. James finally decided it was time to win or double up his opponent, so he called Ginger's shove.
Dominated, Ginger was talking all over the place of how he deserved to have the flush this time. The flop however provided just a single heart.
The turn was what Ginger wanted and the crowd around the table cheered for the possibility of another heart for a runner-runner flush.
The river did not cooperate and Day 3 has officially ended.
James McCarty, an American who is currently based in Japan, received HK$ 490,000 together with the trophy and title of Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon Champion.