Terrence Chan's chip stack will not stop growing. Recently Chan took down another pot against Samuel Golbuff. It started when Golbuff opened the button. Chan was in the big blind and made the call as a flop hit the felt. Chan opted to check call and then did the same on the turn. The was on the final card on the board and would see both players check. Chan turned over his , the pair of nines enough to take down the pot.
Chan has had a remarkable World Series of Poker so far, with five cashes already on his record. His deepest run came in Event 11: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha where Chan bowed out in 26th place. He will be looking to do better in this event and see a WSOP gold bracelet added to his resume, along with cracking over $1 million tournament winnings.