Steve O'Dwyer has used some aggressive moves to scoop up several pre-flop pots uncontested. Isaac Haxton made it 24,000 to go from the button but folded to an O'Dwyer re-raise to 150,000 from the small blind.
O'Dwyer also took down the next hand with a button raise to 27,000 and both blinds folded out to see him climb back up to over 600,000.
Isaac Haxton raised to 24,000 with the and Winfred Yu three-bet to 75,000 with the out of the small blind. Haxton called and the flop fell . Yu continued for 75,000 and Haxton folded instantly.
Then, Yu made it 27,000 to go from the button with the and Haxton defended the . On a flop of , Haxton checked and Yu checked behind. The appeared on the turn and Haxton bet 28,000, Yu called. On the river, both players checked and Yu raked in another pot.
The final table has gone from six players to four in short order, with Macau's Cheong Cheok Leng falling at the hands of a rampant Steve O'Dwyer.
It was Leng who started things off pre-flop with a raise to 25,000 from the cutoff, with O'Dwyer making the call from the big blind and the flop came down .
This saw O'Dwyer check the action over to Leng, who continuation bet 30,000 with 215,000 behind. The action was back on O'Dwyer who hit the think tank before moving all-in for 380,000. Leng thought it over as it was a big call for his tournament life but did make it and the cards were flipped over.
Cheong Cheok Leng:
The turn saw Leng maintain his lead before disaster struck on the river to send Leng crashing out in a brutal fashion. Leng took the beat good-naturedly, and was still chuckling on his way to the rail, while O'Dwyer stacked up to 691,000.