The play slowed down for several orbits, but that has all changed with the elimination of Derrick Huang in 3rd place. His last hand began when Ashkan Razavi opened the pot to 200,000 from the button. Huang was in the small blind and moved all in. Razavi instantly called and turned over .
Razavi's cards hitting the felt was enough to see Huang let out a sigh and give his head a slight shake as he turned over . Razavi's rail got on their feet and so did the two players in the hand as the dealer dealt out a board.
With that, Huang goes home in 3rd place for a $347,228 score, while we are down to heads-up play here in Event 9 of the World Series of Poker.