Man Hei Lam opened for 32,000 only to have David Yan three-bet to 87,000. Action folded back to Hei Lam and he moved all in for 600,000 or so, which Yan called.
Like we've seen so many times this tournament, it was a flip. The flop seemed innocuous enough for Hei Lam, but the turn did give Yan added outs to a wheel. All Hei Lam needed to do was dodge an ace, queen and three on the river, but he couldn't do it as the spiked on the river to give Yan the straight.
|Man Hei Lam||Busted|
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