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APPT Cambodia 2023: Live Updates


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Chip Counts ABC

Buy in: US$ 350
Guarantee: US$ 50,000
Entries: 346
Prize pool: US$ 105,720
ITM: 51 players

Day 1A: 133 entries / 20 advanced (ITM)
Day 1B: 157 entries / 24 advanced (ITM)
Day 1C: 56 entries / 7 advanced (ITM)

1 Daoxing Chen 772,000
2 Guiyang Wang 554,000
3 Vincent Chauve 549,000
4 Armon Van Wijk 426,000
5 Xinan Zou 382,000
6 Van Binh Pham 364,000
7 Emil Ukalaev 335,000
8 Xinshou Xu 304,000
9 Xiaosheng Zheng 286,000
10 Yuwen Pan 279,000
11 Haisheng Bi 273,000
12 Eric Wasylenko 268,000
13 Haisheng Qiu 268,000
14 William Bolton 260,000
15 Qiyuan Huang 245,000
16 Jihao Feng 226,000
17 Roman Kokotiuk 212,000
18 Gokul Raj Dharmarajan 205,000
19 Cheng Zhang 202,000
20 Vishal Ojha 190,000
21 Thomas Walters 180000 180,000
22 Ley Kydatov 171,000
23 Siarhei Chudapal 171,000
24 Yoongwon Woo 168,000
25 Tom Maguire 154,000
26 Bo Jin 151,000
27 Pheeratham Lerdthammatavee 141,000
28 Bihari Michael Adam 137,000
29 Andrew Kim 136,000
30 Chu-Yen Lin 129,000
31 Xiaohua Fu 128,000
32 Hwang Wei Choong 122,000
33 Zhenshan Wu 115,000
34 Chengbei Li 107,000
35 Adrien Michel Tantaro 100,000
36 Jounghun Kim 95,000
37 Quan Zhou 93,000
38 Bien Mai 88,000
39 Oleg Voschinin 84,000
40 Jiyang Gan 83,000
41 Yinfei Xiao 80,000
42 Yannick Jobin 79,000
43 Amit Kaushik 75,000
44 Vinay Boob 68,000
45 Dave Labrecque 60,000
46 Rodolphe Mathias 49,000
47 Roland Kivi 42,000
48 Martin Zheng 37,000
49 Fedor Dedelov 34,000
50 Kyoungchul Lee 29,000
51 Maxime Costas 24,000


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NagaWorld Kickoff Final Day

Buy in: US$ 350
Guarantee: US$ 50,000
Entries: 346
Prize pool: US$ 105,720
ITM: 53 players

Day 1A: 133 entries / 20 advanced (ITM)
Day 1B: 157 entries / 24 advanced (ITM)
Day 1C: 56 entries / 9 advanced (ITM)

Day 2 starting blinds: 2,000-5,000, 5,000 ante
Starting stack: 30,000
Chips in play: 10,380,000


China’s Guiyang Wang wins the NagaWorld Kickoff 

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Guiyang Wang

China’s Guiyang Wang overcame the swings at heads up against William Bolton to capture the NagaWorld Kickoff Event title and PokerStars Spade Trophy! Impressively, Wang turned his US$ 350 buy in into a hefty US$ 20,615.

From the start, Wang was a force to reckon. He bagged the chip lead at Day 1A, entered Day 2 running third in chips, then held the top rank for nearly the entire stretch. Out of the numerous heads he claimed was Chinese pro Xixiang Luo in 16th place. Congratulations to the newest APPT champion!


00:15: William Bolton eliminated in 2nd place –  US$ 13,109
Level 30: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

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William Bolton

The final hand has been dealt. William Bolton all in with As9h, Guiyang Wang ahead in chips and in hand with AhJs, the board runs 10c6c10h8s2d. Bolton is out in 2nd place.


00:00: Guiyang Wang back on top
Level 30: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

On a board 6dQd5d3c and 700,000 in the pot, Guiyang Wang bet 625,000, William Bolton check-called. On the river 9h both checked. Bolton had Qh8h top pair, Wang shipped it with QcQs set.

Guiyang Wang – 5,500,000
William Bolton – 4,800,000


00:15: William Bolton takes down three pots to overtake
Level 30: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

William Bolton picks up a few pots to jump ahead in the counts. His first pot saw Guiyang Wang raise to 260,000, Bolton calls. On the flop Qd9hAc, Bolton check-called 350,000. On the turn, Wang bet 800,000, Bolton check-raised all in for a total of 2,260,000, Wang folded.

Another big pot was built of around 1,300,000 on a board of QdQh6d10c4s. Wang bet 600,000, Bolton called. Wang showed 10h3h two pair, Bolton had AcAh for a higher two pair.


00:10: Guiyang Wang takes down a big one
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

The pot built up to 925,000 and the board was 9h2d8s2s. Guiyang Wan bet 700,000, William Bolton check-called. On the river 4h, both players checked. Bolton had Kh9c top pair, Wan shipped it with 10s10h.


00:00: Guiyang Wang grinds down Bolton
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

Guiyang Wangis clearly the aggressor, entering nearly every hand with a raise. He grinds to retake the lead and is up 6,300,000 to Bolton’s 4,000,000.


23:35: Heads up between William Bolton and Guiyang Wang
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

Heads up between William Bolton and Guiyang Wang. Up for grabs is the US$ 20,615 champion’s purse and of course one of the coolest trophies, the PokerStars Spade. Bolton is ahead with 5,900,000, Guiyang Wang with 4,400,000.


23:30: Daoxing Chen eliminated in 3rd place – US$ 9,504
Level 28: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante

All in preflop, Daoxing Chen with Ks9d and is at risk against Guiyang Wang’sAd10c. The board runs Ad6s10s10h4h. Chen is eliminated.


Eliminations 4th – 8th

4 Siarhei Chudapa US$ 7,707
5 Armon Van Wijk US$ 6,121
6 Eric Wasylenko US$ 4,694
7 Yuwen Pan US$ 3,446
8 Emil Ukalaev US$ 2,495

20:10: Choong Hwang eliminated in 9th place – US$ 2,019
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

First hand of the final table, Choong Hwang falls to Armon Van Wijk with JsJd standing solid against As10h. The board was KsQc10c5c7d.


20:00: Final table 
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

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By seat

1 Hwang Wei Choong 440,000
2 William Noble 670,000
3 Siarhei Chudapa 575,000
4 Armon Van Wijk 460,000
5 Daoxing Chen 1,450,00
6 Eric Wasylenko 1,700,000
7 Guiyang Wang 4,180,000
8 Yuwei Pan 530,000
9 Emil Ukalev 425,000

19:55: Xinan Zou eliminated in 10th place – US$ 1,670
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Xinan Zou all in preflop with Ah10s, Guiyang Wang calls with 10h10c. With the board running 4c8s5h4s6d, no hits for Zou to miss the final table by one spot.


19:40: Another good pot for Hwang
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

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Choong Hwang

With 200,000 in the middle and a flop 10c{9h]10h, Choong Hwang bets the pot and utg Eric Wasylenko tank-calls. On the turn 3d, no brakes for Hwang who jams, Wasylenko quickly folds. Hwang shows 10d trips.


19:20: Choong Hwang shoves everyone out
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Under the gun Xinshuo Xu limps, Yuwei Pan raises to 90,000, button Armon Van Wijk three-bets to 215,000, big blind Choong Hwang shoves, no callers.


19:15: Guiyang Wang four-bets shoves Chen
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

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Guiyang Wang

Big stacks Guiyang Wan and Daoxing Chen battle for pot that grew to 175,000 before the flop 8cAs7c. Wan bets, Chen raises to 500,000, Wan shoves, Chen has a big stack but is covered. He opts to fold.

Guiyang Wang- 3,240,000
Daoxing Chen – 1,280,000


19:00: Pheeratham Lerdthammatavee eliminated in 12th place – US$ 1,448
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Chip leader Guiyang Wang soars to 2,000,000 after railing Pheeratham Lerdthammatavee in 12th place. He is the overwhelming chip leader with 11 remaining.


18:45: Jin Bo eliminated in 14th place – US$ 1,279
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Jin Bo pushes all in with Ace-Four and runs into a player’s Ace-King to bust in 14th place. He earns US$ 1,279.


18:00: Xixiang Luo eliminated in 16th place – – US$ 1,152
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

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Xixiang Luo

End of the road for Chinese pro Xixiang Luo who shoves with AsQs then misses the board 3h9d3c5cKh for Guiyang Wan’s {10d10h to hold and ship it.

Guiyang Wang- 1,900,000
Xixiang Luo – eliminated


17:45: Bien Mai eliminated in 17th place – US$ 1,152
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

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Bien Mai

Vietnam’s Bien Mai will not be bringing home a back to back here at the NagaWorld Kickoff having just busted in 17th place to Armon Van Wijk. His final hand was all in on a flop 4dKs10h with QsJh open ended, Van Wijk had Kc3s top pair. The turn 8h and river 7d were no help to Mai.


16:00: Big stack update, 24 remaining
Level 20: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

Guiyang Wang – 1,200,000
Daoxing Chen – 1,070,000
Xiaosheng Zheng – 800,000
Armon Van Wijk – 670,000
Yuwei Pan – 600,000
Eric Wasylenko – 550,000
Xixiang Luo – 500,000

Reigning champion – Bien Mai – 460,000


14:00: Big stack update, 34 remaining
Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Haisheng Bi – 635,000
Daoxing Chen – 610,000
Van Binh Pham – 610,000
Vincent Chauve – 575,000
Guiyang Wang – 560,000
Xixiang Luo – 540,000
Yuwei Pan – 530,000
Eric Wasylenko – 500,000

Reigning champion – Bien Mai – 380,000


Day 2 players

Rank Player Stack BB
1 Daoxing Chen 772,000 154
2 Guiyang Wang 554,000 111
3 Vincent Chauve 549,000 110
4 Xixiang Luo 462,000 92
5 Armon Van Wijk 426,000 85
6 Xinan Zou 382,000 76
7 Van Binh Pham 364,000 73
8 Emil Ukalaev 335,000 67
9 Xinshou Xu 304,000 61
10 Xiaosheng Zheng 286,000 57
11 Yuwen Pan 279,000 56
12 Haisheng Bi 273,000 55
13 Eric Wasylenko 268,000 54
14 Haisheng Qiu 268,000 54
15 William Bolton 260,000 52
16 Qiyuan Huang 245,000 49
17 Jihao Feng 226,000 45
18 Roman Kokotiuk 212,000 42
19 Gokul Raj Dharmarajan 205,000 41
20 Cheng Zhang 202,000 40
21 Vishal Ojha 190,000 38
22 Thomas Walters 180000 180,000 36
23 Ley Kydatov 171,000 34
24 Siarhei Chudapal 171,000 34
25 Yoongwon Woo 168,000 34
26 Tom Maguire 154,000 31
27 Bo Jin 151,000 30
28 Pheeratham Lerdthammatavee 141,000 28
29 Bihari Michael Adam 137,000 27
30 Andrew Kim 136,000 27
31 Chu-Yen Lin 129,000 26
32 Xiaohua Fu 128,000 26
33 Hwang Wei Choong 122,000 24
34 Zhenshan Wu 115,000 23
35 Chengbei Li 107,000 21
36 Adrien Michel Tantaro 100,000 20
37 Jounghun Kim 95,000 19
38 Quan Zhou 93,000 19
39 Bien Mai 88,000 18
40 Oleg Voschinin 84,000 17
41 Jiyang Gan 83,000 17
42 Yinfei Xiao 80,000 16
43 Yannick Jobin 79,000 16
44 Amit Kaushik 75,000 15
45 Vinay Boob 68,000 14
46 Dave Labrecque 60,000 12
47 Rodolphe Mathias 49,000 10
48 Roland Kivi 42,000 8
49 Martin Zheng 37,000 7
50 Fedor Dedelov 34,000 7
51 Kyoungchul Lee 29,000 6
52 Maxime Costas 24,000 5

Final Table Payouts

1 US$ 20,615
2 US$ 13,109
3 US$ 9,504
4 US$ 7,707
5 US$ 6,121
6 US$ 4,694
7 US$ 3,446
8 US$ 2,495
9 US$ 2,019

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APPT National – Chip Counts ABC

Buy in: US$ 800
Guarantee: US$ 100,000
Entries: 314
Prize pool: US$ 219,298

Starting stack: 30,000
Chips in play: 9,420,000
Average stack: 120,769

Day 2 qualifiers – 78 players

Rank Player Flag Stack BB
1 Minwoo Kang Korea 451,000 150
2 Choi Hun Tae Korea 322,500 108
3 Cheng Zhang China 305,500 102
4 Paul King England 279,000 93
5 Eric Wasylenko Canada 272,000 91
6 Liu Yuhan (Hans) China 271,500 91
7 Xiaosheng Zheng China 264,000 88
8 Adam Smith UK 250,000 83
9 Vincent Ferrafiat France 243,500 81
10 Vishal Ojha India 242,500 81
11 Duy Tung Nguyen Vietnam 212,500 71
12 Xixiang Luo China 210,000 70
13 Dylan Wayne Australia 208,000 69
14 Andy Li Singapore 207,000 69
15 Somashekar KM India 192,500 64
16 Seongmin Lee Korea 191,500 64
17 Emil Ukalaev Russia 181,000 60
18 Liang Song China 179,500 60
19 Matt Douhan Sweden 172,000 57
20 Abhinav Iyer India 162,000 54
21 Hua Wei Lin Taiwan 160,500 54
22 Huangqi Yuan China 147,500 49
23 Koen Breed Holland 146,500 49
24 Gokul Raj Dharmarajan India 146,000 49
25 Maxime Costas France 142,500 48
26 Thomas Carlin USA 133,500 45
27 Lim Yue Ming Hong Kong 132,500 44
28 Guy Taylor UK 126,000 42
29 Haisheng Qin China 123,000 41
30 Le Ngoc Khanh Vietnam 119,000 40
31 Curtis Lim Singapore 118,500 40
32 Jennifer Cassell Australia 116,000 39
33 Sebastian Mueller Germany 115,500 39
34 Hal Rotholz USA 114,000 38
35 Mateusz Kalzmarek Poland 108,500 36
36 Roman Kolotiuk Russia 105,000 35
37 I-Chun Chiu Taiwan 104,000 35
38 Worawat Kiatponglap Thailand 103,500 35
39 Ting-Yi Tsai (Eric) Taiwan 102,500 34
40 Cheon Young Jo Korea 94,500 32
41 Li Fang China 93,500 31
42 Evgenii Kalymaev Russia 90,000 30
43 Yonngwon Woo Korea 89,500 30
44 Yuwen Pan China 88,000 29
45 Wu Zhen Shan China 87,000 29
46 Lev Kydatov Russia 85,500 29
47 Lin Ente China 78,500 26
48 William Bolton Austrailia 75,500 25
49 Eike Soren Strub Germany 74,000 25
50 Zhang Hongru China 69,000 23
51 Chien Chih Weng Taiwan 68,500 23
52 Betrix Manoe Switzerland 66,500 22
53 Amit Kaushik India 65,500 22
54 Luu Huyen Duc Vietnam 65,500 22
55 Sameer Agarwal India 64,500 22
56 Tom Maguire Australia 64,000 21
57 Siarhei Chudapal Belarus 57,500 19
58 Wei Guo Liang China 56,000 19
59 Shardul P India 55,500 19
60 Tian Hao China 51,000 17
61 Truong Do Vietnam 48,000 16
62 Kelvin Pang Malaysia 45,000 15
63 Simon Andrew Criowe UK 45,000 15
64 Liu Xiang China 43,500 15
65 Pete Chen Taiwan 43,000 14
66 Terence Tan Singapore 42,000 14
67 Roland Kivi Estonia 41,500 14
68 Fedor Dedelov Russia 39,500 13
69 Zhang Yun China 39,000 13
70 Evgenii Nekrasov Russia 37,500 13
71 Vinay Boob India 36,500 12
72 Kenny UK 32,000 11
73 Xiao Yin Fei China 30,000 10
74 Chao Ting Cheng Taiwan 29,000 10
75 Victor Chong Malaysia 28,500 10
76 Lun Loon Malaysia 28,000 9
77 Will Kwok Hong Kong 26,500 9
78 Xiaohua Fu China 26,500 9

Chip Counts – Day 1 flights

Day 1A
1 Minwoo Kang Korea 451,000
2 Choi Hun Tae Korea 322,500
3 Cheng Zhang China 305,500
4 Liang Song China 179,500
5 Matt Douhan Sweden 172,000
6 Maxime Costas France 142,500
7 Thomas Carlin USA 133,500
8 Hal Rotholz USA 114,000
9 Roman Kolotiuk Russia 105,000
10 Eike Soren Strub Germany 74,000
11 Amit Kaushik India 65,500
12 Tom Maguire Australia 64,000
13 Liu Xiang China 43,500
Day 1B
1 Paul King England 279,000
2 Liu Yuhan (Hans) China 271,500
3 Xiaosheng Zheng China 264,000
4 Adam Smith UK 250,000
5 Vincent Ferrafiat France 243,500
6 Vishal Ojha India 242,500
7 Duy Tung Nguyen Vietnam 212,500
8 Xixiang Luo China 210,000
9 Dylan Wayne Australia 208,000
10 Andy Li Singapore 207,000
11 Seongmin Lee Korea 191,500
12 Emil Ukalaev Russia 181,000
13 Abhinav Iyer India 162,000
14 Hua Wei Lin Taiwan 160,500
15 Gokul Raj Dharmarajan India 146,000
16 Lim Yue Ming Hong Kong 132,500
17 Curtis Lim Singapore 118,500
18 Jennifer Cassell Australia 116,000
19 Mateusz Kalzmarek Poland 108,500
20 Li Fang China 93,500
21 Evgenii Kalymaev Russia 90,000
22 Yonngwon Woo Korea 89,500
23 Yuwen Pan China 88,000
24 Wu Zhen Shan China 87,000
25 Betrix Manoe Switzerland 66,500
26 Luu Huyen Duc Vietnam 65,500
27 Sameer Agarwal India 64,500
28 Siarhei Chudapal Belarus 57,500
29 Shardul P India 55,500
30 Truong Do Vietnam 48,000
31 Pete Chen Taiwan 43,000
32 Terence Tan Singapore 42,000
33 Roland Kivi Estonia 41,500
34 Fedor Dedelov Russia 39,500
35 Evgenii Nekrasov Russia 37,500
36 Vinay Boob India 36,500
37 Chao Ting Cheng Taiwan 29,000
Day 1C
1 Eric Wasylenko Canada 272,000
2 Somashekar KM India 192,500
3 Huangqi Yuan China 147,500
4 Koen Breed Holland 146,500
5 Guy Taylor UK 126,000
6 Haisheng Qin China 123,000
7 Le Ngoc Khanh Vietnam 119,000
8 Sebastian Mueller Germany 115,500
9 I-Chun Chiu Taiwan 104,000
10 Worawat Kiatponglap Thailand 103,500
11 Ting-Yi Tsai (Eric) Taiwan 102,500
12 Cheon Young Jo Korea 94,500
13 Lev Kydatov Russia 85,500
14 Lin Ente China 78,500
15 William Bolton Austrailia 75,500
16 Zhang Hongru China 69,000
17 Chien Chih Weng Taiwan 68,500
18 Wei Guo Liang China 56,000
19 Tian Hao China 51,000
20 Kelvin Pang Malaysia 45,000
21 Simon Andrew Crowe UK 45,000
22 Zhang Yun China 39,000
23 Kenny UK 32,000
24 Xiao Yin Fei China 30,000
25 Victor Chong Malaysia 28,500
26 Lun Loon Malaysia 28,000
27 Will Kwok Hong Kong 26,500
28 Xiaohua Fu China 26,500

 


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APPT National Day 2

Buy in: US$ 800
Guarantee: US$ 100,000
Entries: 314
Prize pool: US$ 219,298
ITM: 47 places

Starting stack: 30,000
Chips in play: 9,420,000
Opening blinds: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante


Final 9 players

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Final 9 players by stack size

Seat Player Stack BB
7 Abhinav Iyer 2,560,000 102
6 Hun Tae Choi 1,925,000 77
2 Andy Li Xueyan 965,000 39
5 Chien-Chih Weng 885,000 35
1 Minwoo Kang 875,000 35
3 Eric Wasylenko 770,000 31
9 Vincent Ferrafiat 700,000 28
4 Mateusz Kaczmarek 410,000 16
8 Cheng Zhang 385,000 15

Final 9 by seat

Seat Player Stack BB
1 Minwoo Kang 875,000 35
2 Andy Li Xueyan 965,000 39
3 Eric D Wasylenko 770,000 31
4 Mateusz Kaczmarek 410,000 16
5 Chien-Chih Weng 885,000 35
6 Hun Tae Choi 1,925,000 77
7 Abhinav Iyer 2,560,000 102
8 Cheng Zhang 385,000 15
9 Vincent Ferrafiat 700,000 28

Remaining Payouts

Place Payout In USD
1 $42,737
2 $27,149
3 $20,351
4 $16,469
5 $12,982
6 $9,912
7 $7,281
8 $5,351
9 $4,386

20:35: Evgenii Kalymaev eliminated in 10th place – US$ 3,684
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

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Evgenii Kalymaev

Under the gun Abhinav Iyer raises to 80,000, big blind Evegenii Kalymaev shoves his short stack, Iyer calls and is ahead As9h to Kalymaev’s 10d8s. With the board running 9c4sKh8dQh, Kalymaev is eliminated and the final table is formed.


20:25: Chien Chih Weng celebrates her second double up 
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

From the button, Abhinav Iyer raises to 50,000, big blind Chien Chih Weng three-bet shoves her 387,000 stack. Iyer calls and shows 6d6h. Weng has KhQs for a flip. When the board runs Kd3d5h2hJs, Weng cheers on her win and doubles up.

Chien Chih Weng – 809,000


20:20: Choi Hun Tae shows his Aces
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Utg Minwoo Kang raises to 50,000, big blind Choi Hun Tae three-bets to 125,000, Kang calls. On the flop 4h8s7s, Choi check-calls Kang’s 110,000 c-bet. On the turn 6h, Kang bets 185,000, this time Choi check-raises to 400,000. Kang folds. Choi shows his AdAc hole cards and rises to 1,800,000.


20:15: Evgenii Kalymaev triples up 
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

From the button, Cheng Zhang raises to 1 bb, small blind Evgenii Kalymaev sends his remaining 29,000 out front, big blind Abhinav Iyer shoves his monster stack to push out Zheng.

Kalymaev Kd7d
iyer AdQd

The board runs 8d4c8s10cKh for a pair to Kalymaev to triple up to 112,000.


20:10: Chien Chih Weng doubles through Kalymaev
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

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Chien Chih Weng

Chien Chih Weng is all in with Ad6c, Evgenii Kalymaev calls with 2h2s. The board runs 5cAc9h3d6d for a double up to Weng.

Chien Chih Weng – 497,000
Evgenii Kalymaev – 29,000


20:00: Adrian Smith eliminated in 11th place – US$ 3,684
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

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Adrian Smith

Adrian Smith is all in with ducks that can’t get passed Vincent Ferrafiat’s cowboys to exit in 11th place.


19:50: Matt Douhan eliminated in 12th place – US$ 3,246
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

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Matt Douhan

All in preflop, Matt Douhan at risk with Kh6c against Eric Wasylenko’s AcKc. With the board running JhJs2h9dAd, Douhan is eliminated in 12th place.

Eric Wasylenko – 640,000


19:45: Thomas Carlin eliminated in 13th place – US$ 3,246
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

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Thomas Carlin

Thomas Carlin was dealt his last hand with Ah2d dusted by chip leader Abhinav Iyer‘s Qs10s on a board 6dQc2s7dJc.

Abhinav Iyer – 2,300,000


19:40: Thomas Carlin cleans one out
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

All in preflop, Thomas Carlin ahead with pocket Kings, at risk player with pocket Jacks, no bad beat arrives on the board for Carlin to ship it.


19:30: Andy Li doubles through Wasylenko
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

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Andy Li

Button Eric Wasylenko raised then called small blind Andy Li’s three-bet shove. Wasylenko with 6d6s, Li with 10c10s, the board dropped blanks JhKc3hqc}7d for a double up to Li.

Andy Li – 898,000
Eric Wasylenko – 520,000


19:25: Choi  Hun Tai roars as he rails Hongru Zhang, soars to 1.5M
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

Huge takedown by Choi Hun Tae to send Hongru Zhang out of contention. Preflop action opened with cutoff Cheng Zhang raising to 40,000, buttong Hongru Zhang re-raised to 100,000, small blind Choi Hun Tae called, back to Zheng who joined for a three-way to the flop.

On the flop 4c9c7s, Choi bet 160,000, Zheng folded, Zhang shoved, Choi called.

Zhang Ad9h top pair
Choi QcQs overpair

The turn 5c and river 2s were no help to Zhang. Choi roared in triumph as he shipped it and catapulted to 1,500,000.


19:25: Blinds up, 15 remaining
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

Blinds up, 15 players remaining. Abhinav Iyer has taken command with over 1,500,000. Second in chips is Minwoo Kang with 1,200,000.


19:15: Paul King eliminated int 17th place – US$ 2,858
Level 21: 8,000-16,000, 16,000 ante

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Paul King

Paul King goes all in with 5d5h, Minwoo Kang calls with Kd9d, the board runs Qd3d4dQc2c to end King in 17th place.


19:10: Eric Wasylenko drags a big one against Carlin
Level 21: 8,000-16,000, 16,000 ante

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Eric Wasylenko

Eric Wasylenko and Thomas Carlin stare down a flop 3s5cKs. Wasylenko bets 40,000, Carlin raises to 120,000, Wasylenko calls. On the turn 6d not bets land to bring the rive Jc. Waylenko leads out 225,000, Carlin folds.

Eric Wasylenko – 940,000
Thomas Carlin – 500,000


19:00: Cheng Zheng top pair is good
Level 21: 8,000-16,000, 16,000 ante

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Cheng Zheng

On a turn board 6d10hKsAc and 88,000 in the pot, button player Cheng Zheng bets 34,000, big blind Thomas Carlin raises to 85,000, Zheng calls. On the river 5c, both chec. Cheng Zheng wins it with Ah8h over Qh7h.

Cheng Zheng – 740,000
Thomas Carlin – 660,000


18:40: Blinds up, 20 remaining
Level 21: 8,000-16,000, 16,000 ante

Blinds are up again with 20 remaining. Day 2 plays down to the Final 9 players.


18:20: Haisheng Qiu doubles through
Level 20: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

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Haisheng Qiu

Haisheng Qiu is all in, one player joins in for all his chips, Adrian Smith tank-folds. At risk player Qiu has 6h6s and caller has Ad8c, no hits for the drawing player for a double up to to 628,000.


18:15: Hongru Zhang ships it, Paul King drops to 140K
Level 20: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

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Hongru Zhang

On a flop 7h6cJh and 77,000 in the pot, Liu Yuhan shoves for 71,000, Paul King calls, small blind Hongru Zhang with a check-raise all in, King calls.

Liu 6d8d
Zhang AsJh
King KsJc

The turn {10} and river Js is good to Zhang to ship a huge pot.

Hongru Zhang – 850,000
Liu  Yuhan – eliminated
Paul King – 140,000


18:10: Abhinav Iyer doubles up big through Qiu
Level 20: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

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Abhinav Iyer

Catching the action as Abhinav Iyer was getting paid. The board was AsQcKh3dQs, Iyer with qd}Jc trips, Haisheng Qiu with a bluff 10c6s.

Abhinav Iyer – 900,000
Haisheng Qiu – 80,000


18:05: Cheng Zhang eliminates Alex Nguyen 
Level 20: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

Catching the action as the pot was being shipped to Cheng Zhang, he had JhJd that easily defeated Alex Nguyen’s Ks8h. All in was at the flop, the board completed 3d9s8d3cAs. Zhang rises to 660,000.


17:50: Blinds up, 25 remaining
Level 20: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

Blinds are up again, with 25 players remaining.


17:45: Thomas Carlin doubles through Choi
Level 19: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

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Thomas Carlin

Cutoff Thomas Carlin and small blind Choi Hun Tae built a pot of 85,000 preflop and the flop runs 6dQd10h. Choi leads out 15,000, Carlin raises to 44,000, Choi re-raises to 80,000, Carlin calls. On the turn 9c, more chips fired with Choi sending out 100,000 and Carlin fast-calling. On the river Jc, Choi shoves, Carlin snap-calls then shows KcQs straight. Choi has Js9s two pair and pays up.

Thomas Carlin 690,000
Choi Hun Tae – 460,000


17:40: Evgenii Katymaev doubles through Ojha
Level 19: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

With 100,000 in the pot and a board Jh3cJs2c, two players are all in. Evgenii Ojha way ahead with QdJd trips, Vishal Ojha with 6d6h. The river 8s secures the double up for Katymaev.

Evgenii Katymaev – 553,000
Vishal Ojha – 225,000


17:35: Choi Hun Tae drags in one against Smith
Level 19: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

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Choi Hun Tae

Choi Hun Tae and Adrian Smith stare down a turn board Qh2dKh5h and 75,000 in the pot. Smith bets 25,000 and Choi calls. On the river 6h, Smith checks, Choi bets 40,000, Smith tanks and remarks “you are very lucky” then folds.

Choi Hun Tae – 910,000


17:30: Choi Hun Tae massive stacked
Level 19: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

We aren’t sure what went down but Choi Hun Tae is now the chip leader with nearly 800,000 while Hongru Zhang has been chunked down to 355,000.


17:05: Blinds up, 30 remaining
Level 19: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Since the start of the money round, 17 players have gone bust but with extra money in their pocket. 30 players remaining


16:50: Xiaosheng Cheng doubles through Yuhan
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

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Xiaosheng Cheng

All in preflop, Xiaosheng Cheng’s 8d8h holds against Liu Yuhan’s overcards KhQs for a double up to 190,000. Liu dropped to 145,000.


16:45: Vishal Ojha doubles through Lin
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

Vishal Ojha all in with {7h7c then proceeds to win the flip against Hua Wei Lin with AdKh. The board ran {6v}7s5hJd6h. Ojha doubles up to 226,000.


16:40: Big stacks update, 35 players remaining
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

Minwoo Kang – 860,000
Hongru Zhang – 605,000
Eric Wasylenko – 540,000
Andy Li – 480,000
Abhinav Iyer – 470,000

Defending champion Seongmin Lee is still in the running with 158,000.


16:35: Dylan Wayne dominated by Ferrafiat
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

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Dylan Wayne

Dylan Wayne moves all in with 8s8d, Vincent Ferrafiat calls with 10d10s, the board runs 4c3sKh2d10h. Dylan is eliminated in 36th place.

Vincent Ferrafiat – 550,000


16:15: Break time! 38 players remaining
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

Field is down to 38 players. Minwoo Kang maintains his lead with 720,000. It will be a long grind before they stop at the Final 9 players.


15:30: Bubble bursts! Amit Kaushik falls to Carlin
Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

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Evgenii Kaytmaev

The bubble round saw four players double up starting with Evgenii Kaytmaev 8s8d full house over Cheng Zhang Ks10s trips on a board 8h10h10d5sAs. Another survivor was short stacked Vinay Boob with Ah10s winning the flip against Hongru Zhang‘s {1h}8h on a board 10d9h5d4dAd

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In addition to short stacks rising, big stacks Minwoo Kang, Eric Wasylenko, and Hongru Zhang were also putting pressure on their tablemates to stack up further.

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Minwoo Kang

Minwoo Kang – 700,000 (chip leader)
Hongru Zhang – 600,000
Eric Wasylenko –  420,000

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After forty minutes, it finally popped on ailing stacked Amit Kaushik who was down to 15,000 and was on the big blind. Two players called his all in, on the flop 6cKcQh Thomas Carlin bet 22,000 that pushed out a player. Carlin opened AsKd top pair, Kaushik 9c9s, the turn was 10h and river 4c.

Thomas Carlin – 170,000


14:20: New level begins, 54 players remaining
Level 16: 2,000-5,000, 5,000 ante

Another twelve players went bust at the previous level leaving 54 at the start of the new one. Among the fallen was two-time WSOP bracelet champion Wei Guo Liang.

Bubble round is approaching with the money starting at 47th place.


13:40: New level begins, 66 players remaining
Level 15: 2,000-4,000, 4,000 ante

Eight players went bust during the first level of Day 2. 66 players remain. The money begins at 47th place. Minimum payout is $1,250.


Cards in the air for Day 2 of the APPT National!

The APPT National is back on with 78 players returning for a shot at the first PokerStars Shard Trophy and the US$ 42,737 top prize. We will track the action throughout the day with more up to date gameplay from the bubble onwards. Money begins at 47 places. Here are the payouts and list of returning players.

Payouts

Place Payout In USD
1 $42,737
2 $27,149
3 $20,351
4 $16,469
5 $12,982
6 $9,912
7 $7,281
8 $5,351
9 $4,386
10-11 $3,684
12-13 $3,246
14-15 $2,917
16-17 $2,858
18-29 $2,259
21-23 $2,039
24-27 $1,820
28-31 $1,601
32-39 $1,404
40-47 $1,250

Day 2 qualifiers – 78 players

Rank Player Flag Stack BB
1 Minwoo Kang Korea 451,000 150
2 Choi Hun Tae Korea 322,500 108
3 Cheng Zhang China 305,500 102
4 Paul King England 279,000 93
5 Eric Wasylenko Canada 272,000 91
6 Liu Yuhan (Hans) China 271,500 91
7 Xiaosheng Zheng China 264,000 88
8 Adrian Smith UK 250,000 83
9 Vincent Ferrafiat France 243,500 81
10 Vishal Ojha India 242,500 81
11 Duy Tung Nguyen Vietnam 212,500 71
12 Xixiang Luo China 210,000 70
13 Dylan Wayne Australia 208,000 69
14 Andy Li Singapore 207,000 69
15 Somashekar KM India 192,500 64
16 Seongmin Lee Korea 191,500 64
17 Emil Ukalaev Russia 181,000 60
18 Liang Song China 179,500 60
19 Matt Douhan Sweden 172,000 57
20 Abhinav Iyer India 162,000 54
21 Hua Wei Lin Taiwan 160,500 54
22 Huangqi Yuan China 147,500 49
23 Koen Breed Holland 146,500 49
24 Gokul Raj Dharmarajan India 146,000 49
25 Maxime Costas France 142,500 48
26 Thomas Carlin USA 133,500 45
27 Lim Yue Ming Hong Kong 132,500 44
28 Guy Taylor UK 126,000 42
29 Haisheng Qin China 123,000 41
30 Le Ngoc Khanh Vietnam 119,000 40
31 Curtis Lim Singapore 118,500 40
32 Jennifer Cassell Australia 116,000 39
33 Sebastian Mueller Germany 115,500 39
34 Hal Rotholz USA 114,000 38
35 Mateusz Kalzmarek Poland 108,500 36
36 Roman Kolotiuk Russia 105,000 35
37 I-Chun Chiu Taiwan 104,000 35
38 Worawat Kiatponglap Thailand 103,500 35
39 Ting-Yi Tsai (Eric) Taiwan 102,500 34
40 Cheon Young Jo Korea 94,500 32
41 Li Fang China 93,500 31
42 Evgenii Kalymaev Russia 90,000 30
43 Yonngwon Woo Korea 89,500 30
44 Yuwen Pan China 88,000 29
45 Wu Zhen Shan China 87,000 29
46 Lev Kydatov Russia 85,500 29
47 Lin Ente China 78,500 26
48 William Bolton Austrailia 75,500 25
49 Eike Soren Strub Germany 74,000 25
50 Zhang Hongru China 69,000 23
51 Chien Chih Weng Taiwan 68,500 23
52 Betrix Manoe Switzerland 66,500 22
53 Amit Kaushik India 65,500 22
54 Luu Huyen Duc Vietnam 65,500 22
55 Sameer Agarwal India 64,500 22
56 Tom Maguire Australia 64,000 21
57 Siarhei Chudapal Belarus 57,500 19
58 Wei Guo Liang China 56,000 19
59 Shardul P India 55,500 19
60 Tian Hao China 51,000 17
61 Truong Do Vietnam 48,000 16
62 Kelvin Pang Malaysia 45,000 15
63 Simon Andrew Criowe UK 45,000 15
64 Liu Xiang China 43,500 15
65 Pete Chen Taiwan 43,000 14
66 Terence Tan Singapore 42,000 14
67 Roland Kivi Estonia 41,500 14
68 Fedor Dedelov Russia 39,500 13
69 Zhang Yun China 39,000 13
70 Evgenii Nekrasov Russia 37,500 13
71 Vinay Boob India 36,500 12
72 Kenny UK 32,000 11
73 Xiao Yin Fei China 30,000 10
74 Chao Ting Cheng Taiwan 29,000 10
75 Victor Chong Malaysia 28,500 10
76 Lun Loon Malaysia 28,000 9
77 Will Kwok Hong Kong 26,500 9
78 Xiaohua Fu China 26,500 9

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APPT National Final Table

Buy in: US$ 800
Guarantee: US$ 100,000
Entries: 314
Prize pool: US$ 219,298
ITM: 47 places

Starting stack: 30,000
Chips in play: 9,420,000
Opening blinds: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante


Singapore’s Andy Li wins the APPT National! 

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Andy Li

After a 2.5 hour heads up grind and 13 all in showdowns, Singapore’s Andy Li Xueyan wins the APPT National. Due to an ICM deal, he pockets US$ 36,687 and brings home the PokerStars Shard Trophy. Congratulations to the champ!


21:10: Minwoo Kang eliminated in 2nd place – US$ 33,087
Level 37: 300,000-600,000, 600,000 ante

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Minwoo Kang

From the button, Andy Li goes all in with Qc6h, Minwoo Kang calls for his tournament life with Ah7c. The board runs 6c9h4cKd4s for two pair to Li to eliminate Kang on 2nd place.


21:05: Another double up for Li
Level 36: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante

After Andy Li doubled up in the previous hand, he lost a succession of pots that switched the counts again. With Kang back on top, Li shoves with 10d4d, Kang calls with Ac5s. The board runs 8c6h7h10c6d for a pair spiked by Li to survive elimination.

Andy Li – 6,180,000
Minwoo Kang – 3,240,000


21;00: Andy Li doubles up 
Level 36: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante

Another preflop shove, Andy Li with Jc7c, Minwoo Kang calls with KdQh, the board favors the lesser hand as it runs 3c7s4c8h10h for a double up to Li.

Andy Li – 6,400,000
Minwoo Kang – 3,020,000


20:55: Minwoo Kang’s ducks hold
Level 36: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante

Button Andy Li shoves with Kd10h, Minwoo Kang calls with 2h2c. The board runs 3d4dQd8s}Jc. No hits for Li for Kang to double through.

Minwoo Kang – 6,480,000
Andy Li – 2,940,000


20:45: Andy Li ships a double with higher pockets
Level 35: 200,000, 400,000, 400,000 ante

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All in again, Andy Li with AdAs, Minwoo Kang behind with 9h9d. The board runs Jh7s5s2d10s. Li doubles through.

Andy Li – 6,360,000
Minwoo Kang – 3,060,000


20:40: Minwoo Kang catches the river 
Level 35: 200,000, 400,000, 400,000 ante

All in, Andy Li pushes with 5c5s, Minwoo Kang calls for his tournament life with Jd2s. When the board runs Ah7s10h{87c}9h, it’s a dobule up for Kang.

Minwoo Kang – 6,520,000
Andy Li – 2,900,000


20:35; Andy Li lands his fourth double up off Kang
Level 35: 200,000, 400,000, 400,000 ante

Button Minwoo Kang all in with Jd7c, big blind Andy Li calls for his tournament live with Kd3c, the board runs {5s4sQs3s5c. Li bags his fourth double up.

Andy Li – 5,940,000
Minwoo Kang – 3,380,000


20:30: Two double ups for Kang to reclaim the lead
Level 34: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

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Minwoo Kang

Minwoo Kang is on desperate mode and shoves two mediocre hands and gets there for two double ups to retake the chip lead. The first hand, Andy Li shoves with 10c5c, Kang calls with 8cQd, the board comes 8s7dAs4d3s.

Next winning shove, Kang has Kc6h, Li with AdQc, the board runs Ks4c9h2sJc.

Minwoo Kang – 6,280,000
Andy Li – 3,140,000


20:20: Andy Li doubles through again
Level 33: 125,000-250,000, 250,000

Minwoo Kang limps, Andy Li shoves 3,615,000, Kang calls and shows Ks4h. Li is ahead with AcQs. The board runs out 7sJd2hQd8c for a third double up to Li.

Andy Li – 7,530,000
Minwoo Kang – 1,900,000


20:15: Minwoo Kang regains the lead 
Level 33: 125,000-250,000, 250,000

Minwoo Kang goes back to grinding and rises to 5,500,000. One of the biggest pots was 1,250,000 on a board Jh10d10s. Andy Li bet 350,000, Kang check-raised to 1,000,000. Li folded.

Minwoo Kang – 5,500,000
Andy Li – 4,420,000


20:10: Andy Li survives the showdown again
Level 33: 125,000-250,000, 250,000

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From the button, Andy Li shoves, big blind Minwoo Kang tank-folds. Several hands later, Kang limps, Li shoves again, Kang asks for the count and calls the 2,570,000.

Li AdKc
Kang 10h9h

The board runs Qc6s8d8h8c. Double up for Li.

Andy Li – 5,390,000
Minwoo Kang – 4,030,000


20:00: Minwoo Kang grinding
Level 32: 100,000-200,000, 200,000 ante

Minwoo Kang is back on top after successful grinds to drive his stack to 6,000,000. His latest win saw a pot of 1,575,000 by the turn 5s10s9s5d Both players checked. On the river 6h. Kang shoves, Li folds. Li down to 3,400,000.


19:50: Andy Li doubles through Kang
Level 32: 100,000-200,000, 200,000 ante

Minwoo Kang limps, big blind Andy Li shoves for 2,510,000, Kang calls and opens QsJs, Li is slightly ahead with Kd10h. The board keeps Li out front running KsAc7d5dAh.

Andy Li – 5,120,000
Minwoo Kang – 4,300,000


19:45: Minwoo Kang on the move
Level 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

Minwoo Kang has picked up a few consecutive pots with the largest one earning him 580,000. Kang limped, Li checked, the flop was 10h4cAh. Kang bet 160,000, Li check-called. On the turn 10d, another 260,000 from Kang, check-called again. On the river 435,000, Li checked then folded to Kang’s 435,000 bet.

Minwoo Kang -6,500,000
Andy Li – 2,900,000


19:35: Minwoo Kang doubles through Li
Level 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

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Minwoo Kang shoves from the button with Jc10d, big blind Andy Li calls with Kh10s. The board runs KdQdKs for trips to Li, but with the river Ad, Kang jumps ahead with a straight. The river 4s doesn’t improve Li to pay the double up.

Minwoo Kang – 5,090,000
Andy Li – 4,850,000


19:15: Li continues to rise
Level 30: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

Andy Li continues to rake in pots both big and small. His recent pile sent his stack to 8,900,000. He raises from the button to 275,000, Kang calls. On the flop 8d5c4s, Kang bets 210,000, Li calls. On the turn Qd and river 6h, no bets land. Kang has [kc}10s that missed completely, Li has 10c6c pair to claim the pot.

Andy Li – 8,900,000
Minwoo Kang – 2,500,000


19:05: Another pot for Li
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

Button Minwoo Kang limiped then called big blind Andy Li’s 350,000 raise. At the flop 6s5d4h, Li check-called 125,000. On the turn 9h both checked it. On the river Jh, Li shoved, fast fold from Kang.


19:00: Fast action sees chips go back and forth, Li takes the lead
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

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Andy Li

Players are betting quite fast with chips moving back and forth between them. Andy Li has taken over the chip lead in this hand. Button Minwoo Kang raises to 225,000, Li flats. On the flop 9h{9sAd, Li check-calls 130,000. On the turn 7d, both check to bring the river 6c. Li leads out 425,000 and is called. Li shows Ac4d, Kang mucks

Andy Li – 5,260,000
Minwoo Kang – 4,110,000


18:50: ICM deal reached
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

An ICM deal has been reached. Here is the breakdown.

Minwoo Kim – US$ 33,199
Andy Li – US$ 32,687

They will play for US$ 4,000 and the trophy. The players have also agreed to speed up the blinds to 15 minutes.


18:45: Heads up!
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

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Down to the final two players. An ICM deal is being proposed.

Kang  – 4,865,000
Andy Li Xueyan – 4,555,000


18:40: Choi Hun Tae eliminated in 3rd place – US$ 20,351
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

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Choi Hun Tae

End of the line for Choi Hun Tae who limp-calls all in from the button with Qd9d against big blind raiser Minwoo Kang’s AdQh. The board runs out 3s3dJc2h5s. Kang ships it as Choi gets up to leave in 3rd place. He turns his US$ 800 buy in into a sizable US$ 20,351.


18:25: Minwoo Kang wins he pot
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

Three way raised pot preflop, the board comes 8c9s9h. Action folds to button Minwoo Kang who bets 325,000. Only small blind Choi Hun Tae calls and the turn is Kh. Both players check, and also check the river 8d. Kang claims the pot with Ac10d as Choi mucks.

Minwoo Kang – 3,000,000
Choi Hun Tae – 1,400,000


18:15: Choi Hun Tae getting drained
Level 28: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante

Another big pot by the river Ac5h5c10sAh. Minwoo Kang checks, Choi Hun Tae checks, Kang shows Kc7h to claim the 1,575,000 pot.

Choi Hun Tae – 1,200,000


18:00: More chips for Andy Li
Level 28: 40,000-80,000, 60,000 ante

After doubling up huge through Minwoo Kang, Andy Li has been keeping a tight grip on his stack, giving only a little and controlling pots. He recently picked up another sizable one in a hand against Choi Hun Tae. By the turn board of Ad10sKd9s, both players had built a 740,000 pot. Li bet 650,000, Choi called. On the river Jc both opted to check it. Cjhoi had Kc10c two pair, Li had better AhKs higher two pair.

Andy Li – 6,100,000
Choi Hun Tae – 1,450,000
Minwoo Kang – 1,800,000


17:35: Minwoo Kang doubles through Choi Hun Tae
Level 27: 30,000-60,000, 60,000 ante

 Minwoo Kang is at all in with Kd6d and is up against Choi Hun Tae’s Qh10s. The board runs out 6h7s7c7hKh for a double up to Kang.

Minwoo Kang – 1,900,000
Choi Hun Tae – 3,200,000


17:25: Andy Li doubles through Kang
Level 27: 30,000-60,000, 60,000 ante

All in preflop, Andy Li ahead with 10d10h, called by Minwoo Kang with KhQs. The board runs out 7h7dAcAh5c for a double up to Li.

Andy Li – 4,050,000
Minwoo Kang – 1,200,000


17:05: Chip count update
Level 26: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

Final three players and their chip counts.

Minwoo Kang – 3,465,000
Choi Hun Tae – 4,140,000
Andy Li – 1,815,000


17:00: Maggie Weng eliminated in 4th place – US$ 16,469
Level 26: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

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Chien Chih Weng

From utg, Maggie Weng sends her last 355,000 stack out front with 6c6s to battle with, she is challenged by big stacked Minwoo Kang with KhJh. Big blind Andy Li tank-folds and says he had pocket Nines. The board favors the big cards as it runs Ks10hJc5hQs. Two pair for Kang rails Weng. Li would have hit a straight.

Minwoo Kang – 3,465,000
Maggie Weng – eliminated in 4th place


16:45: Abhinav Iyer eliminated in 5th place – US$ 12,982
Level 26: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

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Abhinav Iyer

Big blind Abhinav Iyer dusts off his massive stack to cutoff Choi Hun Tae to fall in 5th place. By the turn 8d3d6sKc with 605,000 in the pot, Iyer check-calls Choi on every street. On the river 5c, Iyer checks again Choi bets the amount of Iyer’s remaining stack, Iyer calls and opens Ks10s top pair. Choi ships with KdQd higher kicker.

Choi Hun Tae – 4,200,000
Abhinav Iyer – eliminated in 5th place


15:45: Andy Li doubles through Kang
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Andy Li is all in with 10c10d and is flipping against chip leader Minwoo Kang with AcKd. No hits on the board 7s7c6h5h3s for Kang for a double up to Li.

Andy Li – 1,360,000
Minwoo Kang – 2,490,000


15:35: Eric Wasylenko eliminated in 6th place – US$ 9,912
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

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Eric Wasylenko

From cutoff, Abhinav Iyer raises to 80,000, button Eric Wasylenko shoves his remaining 265,000 stack, small blind Minwoo Kang calls, back to Iyer who folds. Wasylenko opens KhKs and is ahead of Kang’s Ac10s, but with the board running {ah9c4s5c9d, Wasylenko is eliminated.

Minwoo Kang – 3,300,000
Eric Wasylenko – eliminated in 6th place


15:25: Mateusz Kaczmarek eliminated in 7th place – US$ 7,281
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

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Mateusz Kaczmarek

From cutoff, Mateusz Kaczmarek raises to 90,000, small blind Minwoo Kang three-bets to 500,000. Kaczmarek tanks then goes all in with just over 600,000. Instant call from Kang.

Kang KcKd
Kaczmarek AhQh

The board runs4c9c10cKh5c, Kang ships it as Kaczmarek packs up.

Minwoo Kang – 3,100,000
Mateusz Kaczmarek – eliminated in 7th place


15:10: Break time chip counts, 7 remaining
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Seat 2: Maggie Weng – 1,260,000
Seat 3: Abhinav Iyer – 1,025,000
Seat 4: Mateusz Kaczmarek – 675,000
Seat 5: Eric Wasylenko – 365,000
Seat 6: Minwoo Kang – 2,250,000
Seat 7: Choi Hun Tae – 2,015,000
Seat 9: Andy Li – 900,000


15:00: Maggie Weng beats Wasylenko’s rockets
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

On a board that completed 5s2s3sJd2c and 375,000 brewed, mid position Eric Wasylenko bets 250,000, big blind Maggie Weng check -calls. Wasylenko has AcAs overpair, Weng claims the pot with Qs9s flush.

Maggie Weng – 1.300,000
Eric Wasylenko – 365,000


14:50: Maggie Weng pushes out Mateusz Kaczmarek
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

On a flop 6dKhJs and 175,000 brewed, cutoff Maggie Weng bets 50,000, small blind Mateusz Kaczmarek check-raises to 110,000, Weng calls. On the turn 10d, Weng jams, Kaczmarek check-folds.

Maggie Weng – 810,000
Matesusz Kaczmarek – 200,000


14:40: Choi Hun Tae vs Abhinav Iyer
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

On a board that completes Ad3h10c4h6c with utg+1 driving the pot to 330,000, small blind Choi Hun Tae checks then calls Iyer’s 120,000 bet. Iyer has As5s top pair, Choi wins the pot with 3s4s two pair.

Choi Hun Tae – 2,700,000
Abhinav Iyer – 1,400,000


14:20: Cheng Zhang eliminated in 8th place – US$ 5,351
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

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Cheng Zhang

Mid position Minwoo Kang raises to 65,000, button Cheng Zhang three-bet shoves with under 200,000, Kang snap-calls with KcJh. Zhang at risk of elimination with Ks10s. With the board running Qd5c2s4h2h, Kang ships it as Zhang ships out.

Minwoo Kang – 1,125,000
Cheng Zhang – eliminated in 8th place


14:10: Minwoo Kang drives the pot
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

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Minwoo Kang

Hijack Minwoo Kang raises to 60,000, finds two callers to the flop Jc6c6d. Kang c-bets 65,000, cutoff Choi Hun Tae calls, big blind Maggie Weng check-folds. On the turn Kc, Kang sends out 135,000, no call.

Minwoo Kang – 900,000
Choi Hun Tae – 2,600,000
Maggie Weng – 750,000


13:45: Wasylenko didn’t see the limper
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Choi Hun Tae limps from utg, action folds around to the small blind Eric Wasylenko who raises to 75,000. Big blind Minwoo Kang calls and Choi joins to make it a three-way to the flop JcAh10h. Wasylenko c-bets 150,000, Kang calls, Choi folds. On the turn 6h Wasylenko shoves his last 500,000, Kang tank-folds. Wasylenko says he didn’t see the limp.

Eric Wasylenko – 1,050,000
Minwoo Kang – 685,000


13:35: Vincent Ferrafiat eliminated in 9t

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Vincent Ferrafiat

h place – US$ 4,386
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Vincent Ferrafiat risks his big stack against the bigger stacked Choi Hun Tae by shoving with KdQd preflop. Choi calls with AcKc. The board runs Js2s8s10cJc to end Ferrafiat’s run in 9th place.

Choi Hun Taei – 2,600,000


13:25: Mateusz Kaczmarek shoves out the limpers
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

From utg, Choi Hun Tae limps, cutoff Abhinav Iyer limps, button Mateusz Kaczmarek goes all in for 340,000, no takers.

Mateusz Kaczmarek – 450,000


13:20: Choi Hun Tae c-bets for the pot
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

From utg+1, Choi Hun Tae raises a 75,000, finds two callers in lojack Andy Li and big blind Eric Wasylenko. At the flop 3c10c3d, Choi c-bets 80,000 and wins the pot.

Choi Hun Tae – 1,800,000


13:15: Vincent Ferrafiat three-bets Zhang
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Utg Cheng Zhang opens and button Vincent Ferrafiat calls to build a preflop pot of 115,000. At the flop JcJh7c, Ferrafiat bets 55,000, Zhang check-raises to 125,000, Ferrafiat answers with a three-bet shove, Zhang folds.

Vincent Ferrafiat – 800,000
Cheng Zhang – 180,000


13:07: Cards in the air for the final day of the APPT National! 
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

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Shuffle up and deal! The APPT National final table race to the first APPT Cambodia Shard Trophy is underway! Blinds go up every 60 minutes. Up top is a US$ 42,737.


Final 9 players

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Final 9 players by stack size

Seat Player Stack BB
7 Abhinav Iyer 2,560,000 102
6 Hun Tae Choi 1,925,000 77
2 Andy Li Xueyan 965,000 39
5 Chien-Chih Weng 885,000 35
1 Minwoo Kang 875,000 35
3 Eric Wasylenko 770,000 31
9 Vincent Ferrafiat 700,000 28
4 Mateusz Kaczmarek 410,000 16
8 Cheng Zhang 385,000 15

Final 9 by seat

Seat Player Stack BB
1 Minwoo Kang 875,000 35
2 Andy Li Xueyan 965,000 39
3 Eric D Wasylenko 770,000 31
4 Mateusz Kaczmarek 410,000 16
5 Chien-Chih Weng 885,000 35
6 Hun Tae Choi 1,925,000 77
7 Abhinav Iyer 2,560,000 102
8 Cheng Zhang 385,000 15
9 Vincent Ferrafiat 700,000 28

Remaining Payouts

Place Payout In USD
1 $42,737
2 $27,149
3 $20,351
4 $16,469
5 $12,982
6 $9,912
7 $7,281
8 $5,351
9 $4,386

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Chip Counts Day 1A and Day 1B

Buy in: US$ 550
Entries: 243
Prize pool: US$ 116,677
Day 2 players: 38

Day 1A: 69 entries / 11 ITM
Day 1B: 174 entries / 27 ITM

Mystery Bounty – Day 1A results

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Zhou Quan

End of Day 1A – 11 players

Player Flag Stack
Zhou Quan China 458,000
Amit Kaushik India 342,000
Xu Wei China 245,000
Hua Wei Lin Taiwan 240,000
Yuwen Pan China 201,000
Ng Duc Thanh Vietnam 166,000
Xing Chen Dao China 149,900
Ming Xi China 130,000
Low Jiayi Singapore 74,000
Weng Jun China 37,000
Erik Rozhynskyi Ukraine 30,000

Mystery Bounty – Day 1B results

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Bin Zhang

End of Day 1B – 27 players

Player Flag Stack
Bin Zhang China 526,000
Sven McDermott Ireland 502,000
Bien Mai Vietnam 393,000
Van Binh Pham Canada 386,000
Vincent Chauve France 355,000
Liu Qiao Nan China 332,000
Asish Kumar Ghosh India 282,000
Zheng Xiaosheng China 269,000
Ashish Munot India 262,000
Harute Murata Japan 250,000
Shoji Shimabukuro Japan 226,000
Roman Kolotiuk Russia 224,000
Bo Jin China 193,000
I Chun Chiu Taiwan 182,000
Bonifacio Jhun Mondalo Philippines 154,000
Seung Hun Ko Korea 112,000
Chan Wing Kei Hong Kong 110,000
Anthony Cierco France 108,000
Emil Ukalaev Russia 108,000
Fedor Dedelov Russia 100,000
Li Shan Kui China 100,000
Khayal Abbasov Azerbaijan 96,000
Betrix Manoe Switzerland 95,000
Huang Jiang Ho Singapore 65,000
Anton Widjaya Indonesia 24,000
Tiang Tian Yuan China 18,000
Mohit Bohra India 10,000

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Mystery Bounty Final Day

Buy in: US$ 550
Entries: 243
Prize pool: US$ 116,677
Day 2 players / ITM: 38 15

Chips in play: 7,290,000
Day 2 opening blinds: 3000-6000, 6000 ante


China’s Bin Zhang wins the Mystery Bounty and draws the largest bounty!

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Bin Zhang

Bin Zhang is the next player from China to lift a trophy at APPT Cambodia. He entered the final day as chip leader and despite others catching up, two crucial double ups at heads up against Ashish Munot practically ensured his victory. Zhang won the US$ 15,598 top prize, in addition, he picked up five bounties which included the largest of US$ 7,700 for a total of US$ 11,700 added to his winnings.

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Bin Zhang

19:40: Ashish Munot falls in 2nd place – US$ 10,370
Level 28: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante

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Ashish Munot

From the button, Bin Zhang shove, Ashish Munot calls for his tournament life. Zhang ahead with Ah8c, Munot with KdQd. When the flop runs Ac7h7d, Zhang’s rail erupts. Then with the turn 9s it is all over. Munot is drawing dead. The river is 4c. Munot has one last bounty and draws US$ 980.


19:35: Ashish Munot lands three boosts, rises to 16 bb
Level 28: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante

Down to 2 bb, Ashish Munot does an all-in no look with Js5d, and pairs the Jack to double up against Bin Zhang’s }as}9h. He rises to 4 bb.

Two hands after, Munot is all in again, this time with AdQd, Zhang calls with Jd5d, the board runs 10sQc4h10dQh full house for second double up. Munot now up to 8 bb.

Next shove, Munot has 6h6d, Zhang with overcards Kh10h, the board runs 4s2sJhAh3c, Munot ships it to rise to 16 bb.


19:30: Bin Zhang doubles up twice, Munot plunges to 2 bb
Level 27: 30,000-60,000, 60,000 ante

Ashish Munot was backed by a massive stack but not anymore after Bin Zhang scored two double ups to build a dominating stack. The first showdown was Zhang QdQh, Munot As2d, no hits on the board for Munot.

The next all in came five minutes later with Munot ahead AdJs and Zhang As8d. With the board running 6c8h9dKhKd, Zhang caught an Eight on the flop to pair up and score a second double up.

Bin Zhang – 7,860,000
Ashish Munot – 410,000


19:10: Yuwen Pan eliminated in 3rd place – US$ 7,585
Level 27: 30,000-60,000, 60,000 ante

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Yuwen Pang

From the small blind, Yuwen Pan shoves with Ace-Jack off suit, big blind Ashish Munot shoves and Pan risks his tournament life. Munot has Ace-Seven off suit. With the board running Qx2xKx7x8x, it’s a pair for Munot to boot out Pan.


17:10: Final table
Level 21: 8,000-16,000, 16,000 ante

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17:05: Daoxing Chen misses the final table by one spot
Level 21: 8,000-16,000, 16,000 ante

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Daoxing Chen

Short stacked Daoxing Chen is all in Qs4s and is called by Zhou Quan with JhJs. No hits land on the board 6hKs6dJd4d to eliminate Chen in 10th place.


16:05: Wing Kei Chan doubles through
Level 20: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

Wing Kei Chan doubles up with AsJs both finding partners on a board Jc6sAh10c