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 from the button, Renaud moved all in for 1,250,000. The big blind decided to let Nguyen handle this one and made the made. Nguyen did pony up to match the Frenchman in the middle and his Q♥ 8♥ wasn’t that far behind Renaud’s A♥ 6♥.
However, the board blanked out for both players with J♦ 9♠ 5♠ 7♣ 3♠ to give Renaud over 2.5 million in chips and keep his Macau Millions campaign alive.
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
Jin had only just headed railwards when the players sprung into action yet again. This time it was Jordan Lo making the move and shoving all-in for 785,000 from the cut-off holding ... Read More