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Devan Tang
Sun Sheng

Left with a much-reduced stack of 500,000 after his run-in with Le, Devan Tang has just over 8 big blinds left and looks to be under the cosh when Sun Sheng raises to 150,000 from the button.

After counting out his chips he decides he can peel off a flop and makes the call and the dealer spreads the K 9 5 flop, which both players check.

First to act, Tang has first stab at the pot when the A makes an appearance on the turn, but how much to bet is the question. With 330,000 in the pot and 350,000 chips in his stack Tang decides that moving all-in is best option and does so. It’s the right play and Sheng quickly folds meaning Tang climbs back up to 680,000.

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