Hand #35: Scott Davies raised to 80,000 from the button and Jack Salter defended from the big blind. Both players checked the flop as well as the turn, and then Davies bet 45,000 on the river. Salter called but mucked just as soon as Davies rolled over the .
Hand #36: Henry Wang raised to 100,000 from the button, Davies called from the big blind, and then both players checked the flop. Wang called a bet of 60,000 on the turn, but folded to one of 190,000 on the river.
Hand #37: Salter raised to 85,000 on the button, Davies and Wang called from the small and big blind respectively, and the flop came down . Two checks saw Salter bet 110,000, only Wang called, and then both players checked the turn. When the completed the board on the river, Wang checked for a third time and folded when Salter bet 190,000.
Hand #38: Davies opened for 80,000 from the button and Wang three-bet jammed for roughly 800,000. Salter got out of the way and Davies snap-called.
"Two spades on the flop please," Wang said as he stood up. Davies was already standing as were the railbirds in Studio 3.
The flop gave Wang a sweat, and a smile crossed his face. The turn meant he needed either a king or nine on the river, and he wasn't shy about asking for it.
"You can do it," he told the dealer. "Deep breath. Deal the nine of diamonds. Nine of diamonds only."
The crowd got a good laugh, and it'd be the last time Wang entertained as the river put an end to his 2014 WSOP APAC Main Event in third place for AU$343,805.