When we arrived over at Shaun Deeb's table, the poker star was involved in a hand with Hai San Lin. There was already a turn card out on the felt at this point, with the board showing . There was well over 100,000 in the pot and Lin bet 110,000. Deeb gave a side glance to the player two spots to his left before making the call, at which point the dealer tabled a on the river. Deeb had around 320,000 and his opponent quickly jammed out 570,000 worth of chips at the sight of the river. Deeb opted to let his hand go and the pot went to Lin.
As Lin scooped up his new chips, he gave the table a solid bang of his fist in enthusiasm, which is somewhat standard of Macau poker players.