Asian Series Cambodia 2015 High Rollers Event
Tran, who has actually made a variety of APT asian series Final Table looks, entered into the ultimate desk second in chips with 530,000 subsequent to Oscar Alache, himself a globally embellished individual, with the most vital stack of 846,000. Returning for another day at the significant event battleground will likely be 181 survivors with Canadian individual, Linh Tran, as the basic chip leader with 111,300 chips.
Because 2010, Tran has actually gone deep in 8 of these basic events together with his newest stint in August at APT Cebu where he put sixteenth. Together with the prize, he is reclaiming to the Great White North, Tran likewise swiped a powerful $20,100.
On this series, Tran was the chip leader in day 1b, crossing the six-digit chip mark together with his pocket aces that scooped up all Korean player Seung-Soo Jeon’s chips. Amongst those who may be signing up with these players for day 2 of the main event are some previous APT basic event champs, Henrik Tollefsen (Norway), Feng Zhao (Singapore), John Tech (Philippines), Gerard Bringley (Japan) and Mike Takayama (Philippines). In addition to the concept event the first day results, there were numerous side occasions that concluded with APT prizes granted for each one.
Keep tuned as we will most likely be upgrading you with additional of the APT Asian Series Manila 2015 Significant Event and outcomes of a few of the continuous aspect events. As 2 various APT champs took the phase to get their prizes; Canada’s Ryan Pignatelli for the Beast Stack (USD 7,260 cash reward).
while TetsuyaTsuchikawa from Japan obtained his 2nd Deep Stack Turbo (USD 2,100 prize money) title at this event. The last day of the APT Asian Poker Collection Cambodia tomorrow choices the USD 220 6 Handed Turbo and the USD 165 Deep Stack Turbo 4.
Top Ten Pay out For The Main Event
1st Linh Tran – Vietnam – 26,130
2nd Oscar Alache – Chile – 16,000
3rd Chris Edgar – Australia – 11,500
4th Gregory Caubet – France – 8,900
5th Van De Putte Pascal – France – 7,600
6th Daniel Tan – Australia – 6,600
7th Charly Mouline – France – 5,700
8th David Farber – USA – 5,000
9th Svyatoslav Belyaev – Russia – 4,500
10th Julien Thabault – France – 4,100