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Event #66: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em | 2018 World Series of Poker | PokerNews

Longsheng Tan "As long as I played my best, I'll take whatever result. I had to stay calm. At one point, my chips went down to where almost everyone had almost the same stacks. I told myself to calm down, play my hands, and play my best. I was a little bit tilted but still I calmed down and got it in the end. I feel good right now." Tan held the chip lead for much of the tournament, returning on Day 3 with the lead among the final 26 and ending the night back in the lead after losing it during the day. He then stayed at the top of the counts for the majority of the final table, keeping the pressure on his opponents and winning more than his fair share of pots to stay in command. After 16 eliminations on Day 3, the field was down to the unofficial final table of 10 and players moved to their new home at the Poker Central Twitch feature table in Brasilia. Tan began dropping back in the counts, but then sent out Shyam Srinivasan in 10th, winning a flip. The official nine was set and Adam Laskey was responsible for the next elimination, that of Jason Paradis. Paradis was behind with a flush draw against Laskey's top pair, and although he hit his flush on the turn, Laskey made a bigger flush on the river to send him out in ninth.

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