Down to his last 3,500 in chips Taiwan’s Chin-Hao Hsu moved all-in from under the gun, finding a caller in the form of Terry Fan. It would be left to a good old fashioned race to decide Hsu’s future in the tournament, his A♦ J♣ trailing slightly to Fan’s 6♣ 6♠. Unfortunately for Hsu, the 6♦ K♥ 10♣ gave Fan bottom set meaning he would need to hit a Queen to survive. The 8♦ turn and 4♣ means Hsu’s Day 1B is over, Fan moves up to 37,000 in chips.
Latest Macau Millions April 2011
Taipei’s Hung-sheng Lin will be taking the trophy, HK$400,000 and the title of 2011 Macau Champion back to Taiwan with him. France’s Brice Renaud walks away with HK$300,000 for his second place ... Read More
Right back from the break and our heads-up match has lasted all of one hand. However, with the stack sizes and that both players had it’s easy to see why. Hung-sheng Lin ... Read More
Down to three-handed and Brice Renaud is pretty happy right now. Not because he won a pot but he because he got to sit back and watch the two big stacks on ... Read More
Place Name Chip Counts 1 Hung-sheng Lin 5,900,000 2 Huy Khiem Nguyen 3,300,000 3 Brice Renaud 1,850,000 Read More
After a 10 minute break, the blinds have risen to 60,000/120,000 with a 10,000 running ante so the price of poker is getting pretty steep, even with players sitting on stacks of ... Read More
Brice Renaud has just earned himself a valuable lifeline, doubling up through the man who took the lion’s share of his stack just a few hands before. After Huy Khiem Nguyen limped ... Read More