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Poker Dream Manila 2023: Live Updates


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Warm Up – End of Day 1 chip counts

Buy in: PH₱ 15,000 (~US$ 270)
Guarantee: PH₱ 54,000
Entries: 314
Prize pool: PH₱ 4,158,000 (~US$ 74,870)
ITM: 48 players

Flight A: 60 entries / 9 advanced
Flight B: 179 entries / 27 advanced
Flight C: 75 entries / 12 advanced

1 David Jansen Erquiaga Philippines 811,000
2 Xiyu Xie China 352,000
3 Ephraim John Guevarra Philippines 316,500
4 Christopher Mateo Philippines 313,000
5 Victor Guevara Lansag Philippines 289,000
6 Tsai Wei-Jung China 257,000
7 Jessie Leonarez Philippines 249,000
8 Edgar Asehan Philippines 246,000
9 Ferdinand Aguinaldo Philippines 227,000
10 Cezar Quiambao Ii Philippines 221,000
11 Duhan Lee Korea, South 213,000
12 Wai Keong Yong Malaysia 208,000
13 Geeheon Lee Korea 207,500
14 Janno Eliel Alvarez Philippines 199,000
15 Michael Bueza Philippines 199,000
16 Ricardo Singapan Philippines 198,000
17 James Leong Theng Aik Malaysia 197,000
18 Maxwell Rosete Philippines 194,000
19 Edwin Dela Cruz Philippines 191,000
20 Joseph William Magnotti USA 170,000
21 Mike Takayama Philippines 162,000
22 Alfredo Boligor Philippines 148,000
23 Junnie Pamplona Philippines 137,000
24 Wai Loong Lee Malaysia 128,000
25 Ryan Patrick Mc Allister United States 120,000
26 Jeffrey Calonge Philippines 118,000
27 Aifonso Baja Philippines 116,000
28 Alan Tsang Hong Kong 116,000
29 Danilo Ola Philippines 112,000
30 Joseph Talamayan Philippines 105,000
31 Cheong Yew Lee Malaysia 97,000
32 Chao Yan China 97,000
33 Chierro De Leon Philippines 97,000
34 Edmil Marcelo Philippines 93,000
35 Xia Oi Philippines 86,000
36 John Paul Flores Philippines 70,500
37 Jester Intia Philippines 70,000
38 Kannapong Thanarattrakul Thailand 70,000
39 Li Jun Zhang China 69,000
40 Richard Marquez Philippines 66,000
41 Wai Loon Ng Malaysia 65,500
42 Bryan Khoo Hou Hyin Malaysia 63,000
43 Kenny Kevin Richard Malaysia 62,500
44 Renato Alcano Philippines 61,000
45 John Niko Costiniano Philippines 56,000
46 Jie Jun Zhang China 52,000
47 Siew Key Yee Malaysia 42,000
48 Ahmadi Muqsith Indonesia 31,000

 


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Warm Up – Final Day

Filipino Ricardo Singapan clinches the Poker Dream Manila Warm Up Event!

Warmup Final Day 27
Ricardo Singapan

On the ninth hour, Ricardo Singapan eliminated Ryan McAllister to seize the first Poker Dream side event trophy at the Warm Up and a career high tournament payout of PH₱ 807,700 (~US$ 14,500). 


 21:55: Ryan McAllister eliminated in 2nd place for PH₱ 514,000 (~US$ 9,230)
Level 32: 100,000-200,000, 200,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 154
Ryan McAllister

After taking a hit to his stack, Ryan McAllister is all in with Qs10d, Ricardo Singapan slightly ahead with QcJs, the final board fans 7h7c3dJh9d.

Ryan McAllister – eliminated in 2nd place for PH₱ 514,000 (~US$ 9,230). 


21:50: Ricardo Singapan sends McAllister plunging
Level 32: 100,000-200,000, 200,000 ante

Ricardo Singapan limps in, big blind Ryan McAllister checks. Both players check the flop 8hJsQh. On the Qs turn, McAllister leads out for 350,000, Singapan answers with a raise to 700,000, back to McAllister with a three-bet jam to which Singapan quickly called.

Singapan Qd3h trips
McAllister 10dJd  draw

The river 8d is no help to McAllister to plunge to 750,000, Singapan soars to 7,000,000


21:41: Heads up begins! Ricardo Singapan versus Ryan McAllister
Level 32: 100,000-200,000, 200,000 ante

Ryan McAllister – 5,000,000
Ricardo Singapan – 2,900,000


21:40: Jessie Leonarez out in 3rd place for PH₱ 382,000 (~US$ 6,855)
Level 32: 100,000-200,000, 200,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 168
Jessie Leonarez

Small blind Ryan McAllister shoves with Kd8d, big blind Jessie Leonarez risks it all with 10d10c. The board run 4d2h6cKh5s for a higher pair spiked by McAllister. Leonraez is eliminated.

Ryan McAllister – 5,800,000
Jessie Leonarez – eliminated in 3rd place for PH₱ 382,000 (~US$ 6,855)


21:25: Ricardo Singapan gets back at McAllister
Level 31: 100,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

Small blind Ryan McAllister shoves with Ac2h, big blind Ryan McAllister calls with Kh4h. The board runs Js2dAsJd2c for a double up to Singapan.

Ricardo Singapan – 2,130,000
Ryan McAllister – 1,800,000


21:15: Ryan McAllister chunks Singapan to 3 bb
Level 31: 100,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

Small blind Ricardo Singapan goes all in with Qh9c to battle with, big blind Ryan McAllister calls with Ah5h. The board runs 10d6cAdAs10d.

Ryan McAllister – 3,600,000
Ricardo Singapan – 490,000


20:50: Jeffrey Calonge stopped in 4th place for PH₱ 309,000 (~US$ 5,550)
Level 30: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 59 1
Jeffrey Calonge

Button player Jessie Leonarez limps, big blind Jeffrey Calonge checks, the flop runs 4c2s3s. Leonarez bets 150,000, Calonge check-raises to 300,000, Leonarez three-bets all in, Calonge calls for his tournament life.

Leonarez Ks8s flush draw
Calonge 3c3d set

The turn 6s grants the flush and with the river 8c, Calonge is eliminated in 4th place.

Jessie Leonarez – 4,350,000
Jeffrey Calonge – eliminated in 4th place for PH₱ 309,000 (~US$ 5,550)


20:30: Jeffrey Calonge stages a comeback
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

After losing nearly all of his stack, Jeffrey Calonge went on a spree to try to recover some of the lost chips. He started by winning a double up off Jessie Leonarez with 9c{0h} beating 3h3c. Several hands later, he picked another pot off Leonarez to rise to 1,600,000.


20:15: Jeffrey Calonge plunges, McAllister soars
Level 29: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

Under the gun Ryan McAllister shoves with JdJs, big blind Jeffrey Calonge calls with 6d6s. The board runs 9dAc2h7sAd for Jacks to stay ahead. McAllister ships a big double as Calonge plunges to 2.5 bb.

Ryan McAllister – 2,700,000
Jeffrey Calonge – 250,000


19:35: Cezar Quiambao eliminated in 5th place – PH₱ 244,000 (~US$ 4,380)
Level 28: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 123 1
Cezar Quiambao

Cezar Quiambao shoves from the button with Ad4h, he is called by small blind Ricardo Singapan with KcKh. No bad beats arrive for Sinagapan to ship it and Quiambao to ship out.

Ricardo Singapan – 2,300,000
Cezar Quiambao – eliminated in 5th place for PH₱ 244,000 (~US$ 4,380)


19:20: Jessie Leonarez doubles through McAllister
Level 28: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 74
Jessie Leonarez

Small blind Ryan McAllister raises to 240,000, big blind Jessie Leonarez three-bets all in with 6h6c, McAllister calls with Ad3d. With the board running 4c9s4d10c8s, Leonarez’s pocket pair is good for a doube up

Jessie Leonarez – 1,100,000
Ryan McAllister – 1,330,000


19:15: Jeffrey Calonge scores a big pot against McAllister 
Level 27: 30,000-60,000, 60,000 ante

From under the gun, Ryan McAllister riases to 130,000, big blind Jeffrey Calonge defends, the flop runs 9c9dAs. McAllister c-bets 60,000, Calonge check-calls. On the turn 8s, Calonge switches up and bets 200,000, McAllister calls. On the river 2s, Calonge fires another 200,000, McAllister calls. Calonge opens Qh9s trips, McAllister mucks.

Jeffrey Calonge – 2,750,000
Ryan McAllister – 1,500,000


19:00: McAllister chunks Leonarez
Level 27: 30,000-60,000, 60,000 ante

From under the gun, Jessie Leonarez raises to 120,000, button player calls, big blind Ryan McAllister three-bets all in, Leonarez calls for his tournament life.

Leonarez AcQc
McAllister 8d8h

The board runs 10c3h6d3d7h, Leonarez misses the board to plunge to 6 bb.

Ryan McAllister – 2,300,000
Jessie Leonarez – 350,000


18:40 Danilo Ola out in 6th place – PH₱ 183,200 (~US$ 3,280)
Level 26: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 120 1
Danilo Ola

Danilo Ola had a good run but it was cut short of the title in two losing hands. The first one was up against Ryan McAllister who jammed from cutoff and limper Ola called.

Ola 6s6d
McAllister As10s

The board ran 10dAcJdKdJs for McAllister to win the flip. Following that hand, three-bet shoves with QhJc, Jeffrey Calonge calls with Ah10s, both players miss the board entirely. Ola busts.

Ryan McAllister – 1,200,000
Jeffrey Calonge – 2,650,000
Danilo Ola – eliminated in 6th place for PH₱ 183,200 (~US$ 3,280)


18:20: Wei Jung Tsai eliminated in 7th place – PH₱ 136,000 (~US$ 2,440)
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 108
Wei Jung Tsai

Cutoff Jeffrey Calonge raises to 110,000, small blind Wei Jung Tsai and big blind calls. At the flop 3s9h6c, blinds check to the aggressor Calonge who c-bets 220,000. Tsai answers with a check-raise to 540,000, bb folds, Calonge calls. On the turn 4d Tsai moves all in, Calonge calls.

Tsai 5s6s
Calonge QcQs

The river Ac is no help to Tsai to bust out.

Jeffrey Calonge – 2,550,000
Wei Jung Tsai – eliminated in 7th place for PH₱ 136,000 (~US$ 2,440)


18:10: Ricardo Singapan gets max with rockets
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Preflop war starts with Wei Jung Tsai bumping it up to 90,000, small blind calls, big blind Ricardo Singapan three-bets to 290,000, Tsai four-bet jams, sb folds, Singapan calls.

Tsai AdKd
Singapan AhAc

The board runs out 5s10h9c7cJc for a huge double up to Singapan.

Ricardo Singapan – 2,100,000
Wei Jung Tsai – 900,000


18:00: Cheong Yew Lee out in 8th place PH₱ 100,000 (~US$ 1,795)
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 105
Cheong Yew Lee

From button position, Cheong Yew Lee jams, small blind Wei Jung Tsai re-jams, big blind Jessie Leonarez joins for a three-way party.

Lee QcQs
Tsai 5c3c
Leonarez AhJh

The board runs out 10d3dKhQdJd and with none of the players holding a diamond, Leonarez’s straight wins to score the side pot against Tsai and the main pot to boot Lee.

Jessie Leonarez – 1,100,000
Wei Jung Tsai – 1,170,000
Cheong Yew Lee – eliminated in 8th place for PH₱ 100,000 (~US$ 1,795)


17:50: David Erquiaga eliminated in 9th place – PH₱ 83,100 (~US$ 1,490)
Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 114
David Erquiaga

End of the line for the day’s entering chip leader David Erquiaga who pushes with Js7s that fails to improve against Jeffrey Calonge’s AcKs.

Jeffrey Calonge – 1,150,000
David Erquiaga – eliminated in 9th place for PH₱ 83,100 (~US$ 1,490)


17:30: Danilo Ola spikes two-outer
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Lojack player raises to 60,00, hijack Cheong Yew Leong three-bets to 200,000, big blind Danilo Ola calls, initial raiser folds. At the flop 2cKs2h, Ola jams, Leong calls, Ola behind 8c8d to Leong’s JcJd. The turn 7h is no help to Ola but the river 8s is the much needed two-outer to survive elimination.

Danilo Ola – 1,000,000
Cheong Yew Leong – 170,000


 17:15: Final 9 players
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 24 1

Final 9 By seat

1 Ricardo Singapan Philippines
2 David Erquiaga Philippines
3 Jeffrey Calonge Philippines
4 Ryan Patrick Mc Allister USA
5 Cheong Yew Lee Malaysia
6 Wei-Jung Tsai China
7 Jessie Leonarez Philippines
8 Cezar Quiambao Philippines
9 Danilo Ola Philippines

17:10: Xiyu Xie misses the final table, falls in 10th place
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 147
Xiyu Xie

Cutoff Xiyu Xie raises to 70,000, button player Cheong Yew Lee calls, the flop is 6hAd4h. Xie shoves, Lee calls. Xie has JhJc, Lee with Ah5c top pair, the turn 7s and river 10d is no help to Xie to settle for 10th place.

Cheong Yew Leong – 710,000
Xiyu Xie – eliminated in 10th place for PH₱ 69,800 (~US$ 1,250)


17:00: Michael Bueza eliminated in 11th place
Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 122
Michael Bueza

Button player Michael Bueza sends it all in preflop with 9d9h to battle with, big blind David Erquiaga calls with KdQh. The board runs Kh4hAs4c7s for a higher pair spiked by Erquiaga.

David Erquiaga – 1,150,000
Michael Bueza – eliminated in 11th place for PH₱ 69,800 (~US$ 1,250)


16:45: Wai Keong Yong eliminated in 12th place
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 144 1
Wai Keong Yong

Battle of the blinds ends with Wai Keong Yong out in 12th place. Small blind Yong raises to 55,000, big blind David Erquiaga three-bet jams, Yong calls for his tournament life.

Yong 4c4d
Erquiaga Ah2h

The board is kind to Erquiaga as it runs 2s7s8h2d8d for a victorious full house to end Yong.

David Erquiaga – 1,000,000
Wai Keong Yong – eliminated in 12th place for PH₱ 69,800 (~US$ 1,250)


16:40: Ryan McAllister drags in a good pot
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 89 1
Ryan McAllister

From under the gun, Ryan McAllister min-raises to 50,000, button player Xiyu Xie and small blind both call. At the flop Qs2c4h, McAllister c-bets 55,000, Xie raises to 110,000, sb folds, McAllister calls. On the turn 3c, more bets land with Xie betting 55,000 and McAllister check-calling. Both players opt to check the 7c river. Xie has Qh8d top pair but is outkicked by McAllister’s Kd[qc}.

Ryan McAllister – 950,000
Xiyu Xie – 450,000


16:35: Wai Leong Lee out in 13th place
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 107
Wai Leong Lee

Button player Wei Jung Tsai raises to 55,000, small blind calls, big blind Wai Leong Lee three-bets all in, Tsai four-bet jams, small blind folds.

Lee QhJc
Tsai Jh10c

The cards land Qs9dKs8d9h for a straight to Tsai and the exit for Lee

Wei Jung Tsai – 1,400,000
Wai Leong Lee – eliminated in 13th place for PH₱ 61,500 (~US$ 1,100)


16:30: Victor Guevarra out in 14th place
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 136
Victor Guevarra

In an earlier hand, Victor Guevarra paid Ryan McAllister a costly double up with Ad8d unable to improve against JdJh. This sent McAllister soaring to 66,000 and Guevarra down to 16 big blinds. He proceeded to drop further and busted in 14th place to Xiyu Xie.

Xiyu Xie – 750,000
Victor Guevarra – eliminated in 14th place for PH₱ 55,200 (~US$990)


16:20: Ephraim Guevarra eliminated in 15th place
Level 23: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 111
Ephraim Guevarra

Ephraim Guevarra three-bet all in and Cezar Quiambao calls. Guevarra is behind As8s to Quiambao’s AcKs. The board runs Kh3c3h7s10c to end Guevarra’s run.

Cezar Quiambao – 1,250,000
Ephraim Guevarra – eliminated in 15th place for PH₱ 55,200 (~US$990)


16:00: Janno Alvarez out in 16th place
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 113
Janno Alvarez

All in preflop, short stacked Janno Alvarez 4s7h finds no luck on the board to fall to Jeffrey Calonge KhQh.

Jeffrey Calonge – 550,000
Janno Alvarez – eliminated in 16th place for PH₱ 49,000 (~US$ 880)


15:50: Xiao Oi out in 17th place
Level 22: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

From under the gun Xiao Oi goes in preflop with KcQs, small blind Wai Keong Yong calls with Ac8c, the board lands 10c5d2h5h2s. No hits for Oi to bust.

Wai Keong Yong – 750,000
Xiao Oi – eliminated in 17th place for PH₱ 49,000 (~US$ 880)


15:45: Danilo Ola on a knockout spree, Thanarattrakul eliminated
Level 21: 10,000-15,000, 15,0000 ante

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Kannapong Thanarattrakul

All in preflop, Kannapong Thanarattrakul is at risk with As10c against Danilo Ola’s 7h7c, the board comes Qd7d4c8sKd.

Danilo Ola – 970,000
Kannapong Thanarattrakul – eliminated in 18th place for – PH₱ 43,200 (~US$ 775)


15:40: Another takedown by Ola
Level 21: 10,000-15,000, 15,0000 ante

Danilo Ola added another bust to his counter with Edwin Dela Cruz getting the boot. After a preflop betting war, Dela Cruz was all in with 4c4s, Ola with AdKd for a race. The board spreads 4hAcKc6sKh for a higher full house to Ola.

Danilo Ola – 700,000
Edwin Dela Cruz – eliminated in 19th place


15:35: Danilo Ola rails Magnotti
Level 21: 10,000-15,000, 15,0000 ante

All in preflop, Danilo Ola 8c8d, Joseph Magnotti Ac9h, the board runs {9dQdJd2dJc for a straight on the river to Ola.

Danilo Ola – 535,000
Joseph Magnotti – eliminated in 21st place


15:30: Big stacks
Level 20: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

Victor Guevarra – 800,000
Wai Keong Yong – 790,000
Cheong Yew Lee – 750,000
Ephraim Guevarra – 630,000
Wei Jung Tsai – 550,000


14:45: Cezar Quiambao wins three-way, Takayama out
Level 19: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 16 2
Cezar Quiambao

Three way all in.

Mike Takayama 3s3c
Cezar Quiambao KcKs
Danilo Ola AdQd

The board is 9sJs2c5h4d. Kings hold.

Cezar Quiambao – 510,000
Danilo Ola – 370,000
Mike Takayama – eliminated


14:20: Ricardo Singapan cleans out Muqsith
Level 19: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Ahmedi Muqsith shoves with 8h8s, Ricardo Singapan joins the shovefest with 10c10d, the board runs 9sQd3dQc6d.

Ricardo Singapan – 230,000
Ahmedi Muqsith – eliminated in 29th place


13:55: Jessie Leonarez doubles through Erquiaga
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

The day’ entering massive chip leader David Erquiaga has been brought down to earth by Jessie Leonarez. It’s all in preflop with Leonarez ahead 10c10s, Erquiaga attempting to eliminate with {ah|}10h, the board is Queen-high.

Jessie Leonarez – 450,000
David Erquiaga -510,000


13:50: Michael Bueza beats Lee’s aces
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

Micheal Sueza
Michael Bueza

From under the gun, Michael Bueza limps then calls big blind Douhan Lee’s 20,000 raise. With the board running 3hJhKh6dQc, Lee bets every stage 16k, 26k, 39k, Bueza calls him down. Lee shows AhAs,  Bueza ships it with Jc3c two pair.

Michael Bueza – 300,000


13:45: Yong and Leong stand behind small pockets pairs
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

From cutoff, Wai Keong Yong riases to 17,000, both blinds call. At the flop 7h7c9s, big blind James Leong bets 17,000, Yong calls, small blind folds. On the turn Kh, Leong switches up and this time check-calls Yong’s 22,000 bet. The river 8s, more chips go in the pot. Yong bets 32,000, Leong calls. Yong shows 3c3s, Leong wins the pot with 5c5h.

James Leong – 200,000


13:35: Cheong Yew Lee rails Asehan
Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

Mid position Cheong Yew Lee opens for 25,000, small blind Edgar Asehan calls, the flop runs Ac3d4c. Ashehan check-calls 25,000. On the turn Jc, Asehan check-raises all in with AsKs top pair, Lee calls with Qc5c draw. The river is 6h.

Cheong Yew Lee – 420,000
Edgar Asehan – eliminated in 40th place


13:28: Cheong Yew Lee dominated Dela Cruz
Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Mid position opens for 14,000, button Edwin Dela Cruz three-bets to 35,000, small blind Cheong Yew Lee four-bets all in, initial raiser folds while Dela Cruz calls.

Lee JcJs
Dela Cruz 10c10d

The board runs 9c2hAhKd7d for a double up to Lee.

Cheong Yew Lee – 200,000


13:25: Wei-Jung Tsai rails Geeheon Lee
Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

End of the line for Geeheon Lee with Ah7c losing the race against Wei-Jung Tsai’s KhQs on a board running Js7hKc9d6h.

Wei Jung Tsai – 320,000
Geeheon Lee – eliminated in 47th place


13:15: Wai Keon Yong wins the flip
Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 2
Wai Keon Yong

From under the gun, Geeheon Lee raises and is joined to the flop Ad7c9c by utg+1 Wai Keon Yong. Lee opts to check, Yong takes a stab with 12,000, Lee calls. Both players check the turn Js to bring the river Qs. Lee switches up and sends out 60,000, Yong calls. Lee has 3c3d, Yong wins the pot with AsKc.

Wai Keon Yong – 420,000
Geeheon Lee – 120,000


13:10: Kannapong Thanarattrakul sends Yee out first
Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 1Ten minutes into the first level of Day 2, short stacked Siew Key Yee shoved on the button with AhQh, big blind Thai big wig Kannapong Thanarattrakul called from the big blind with 10s4d, With the cards coming 10d4c3hJs7d, Yee was first to cash out.

Siew Key Yee – eliminated in 48th place
Kannapong Thanarattrakul – 100,000


13:05: Duhan Lee takes some from Singapan
Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

From mid position, Duhan Lee limped, big blind Ricardo Singapan raised to 14,000, back to Lee with the call. At the flop 5cAh7s, Singapan slowed to a check, Lee bet 15,000, Singapan called. On the turn, same action with Lee betting 25,000 and getting check-called. The river 2s, both checked, Singapan had JdJh, Lee won the pot with AdJs.

Duhan Lee – 270,000
Singapan – 130,000


13:00: Cards in the air!
Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Warmup Final Day 16 1

The first Poker Dream title is up for grabs! Welcome to the final day of the Warm Up event! 48 players out of 314 entries are back on the felt, all of them ready to chase down the bragging rights first win and the PH₱ 807,000 (~US$ 14,500) champion’s purse.

Leading the charge with an uber-massive stack is Filipino lion David Erquiaga who has been tearing up the felt around Asia since last year. Erquiaga enters with a jaw dropping 135 big blinds which players will attempt to shave down. Given the pro’s impressive stats it will be tough a challenge for all.

Running second in chips is China’s Xiyu Xie who enters with 58 bb. We will keep a close watch to see how she fares on her first tournament in the country. Here are the top 10 in chips.

Buy in: PH₱ 15,000 (~US$ 270)
Guarantee: PH₱ 54,000
Entries: 314
Prize pool: PH₱ 4,158,000 (~US$ 74,870)
ITM: 48 players

Chips in play: 7,850,000
Average stack: 163,540

Top 10 in chips entering the final day

1 David Jansen Erquiaga Philippines 811,000
2 Xiyu Xie China 352,000
3 Ephraim John Guevarra Philippines 316,500
4 Christopher Mateo Philippines 313,000
5 Victor Guevara Lansag Philippines 289,000
6 Tsai Wei-Jung China 257,000
7 Jessie Leonarez Philippines 249,000
8 Edgar Asehan Philippines 246,000
9 Ferdinand Aguinaldo Philippines 227,000
10 Cezar Quiambao Ii Philippines 221,000

Seat Draw for Day 2

Ephraim John Guevarra 316,500 1 1
Jeffrey Calonge 118,000 1 2
Chierro De Leon 97,000 1 3
Jiejun Zhang 52,000 1 4
John Niko Costiniano 56,000 1 5
Aifonso Martin Baja 116,000 1 6
Jessie Leonarez 249,000 1 7
Maxwell Philippe Rosete 194,000 1 8
John Paul Flores 70,500 2 1
Lijun Zhang 69,000 2 2
Wei-Jung Tsai 257,000 2 3
Jester Intia 70,000 2 4
Janno Eliel Alvarez 199,000 2 5
Joseph Talamayan 105,000 2 6
Ryan Patrick Mc Allister 120,000 2 7
Joseph William Magnotti 170,000 2 8
Ahmadi Muqsith 31,000 3 1
Geeheon Lee 207,500 3 2
Wai Keong Yong 208,000 3 3
Alan Honyin Tsang 116,000 3 4
Oi Xia 86,000 3 5
Victor Guevara Lansag 289,000 3 6
Theng Aik James Leong 197,000 3 7
Michael Bueza 199,000 3 8
Kannapong Thanarattrakul 70,000 4 1
Wai Loong Lee 128,000 4 2
Wai Loon Ng 65,500 4 3
Christopher Mateo 133,000 4 4
Danilo Ola 112,000 4 5
Ronato Alcano 61,000 4 6
Siew Key Yee 42,000 4 7
Cezar Ii Quiambao 221,000 4 8
Duhan Lee 213,000 5 1
Richard Marquez 66,000 5 2
Bryan Khoo Hou Hyin 63,000 5 3
Chao Yan 97,000 5 4
Ferdinand Aguinaldo 227,000 5 5
Xiyu Xie 325,000 5 6
Ricardo Singapan 198,000 5 7
Kenny Kevin Richard 62,500 5 8
Edwin Dela Cruz 191,000 6 1
Cheong Yew Lee 97,000 6 2
Alfredo Boligor 148,000 6 3
Edmil Marcelo 93,000 6 4
Junnie Pamplona 137,000 6 5
Edgar Asehan Jr. 246,000 6 6
David Erquiaga 811,000 6 7
Mike Takayama 162,000 6 8

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Crazy Weekend Day 1A

The Crazy Weekend tournament featuring a PH₱ 4,000,000 (~US$ 71,800) guarantee filled a large portion of the floor as 119 signed up to Day 1A. With only 15% eligible for the next stage of the race, it was a hard grind to claim one of the 18 spots.

Just before the tenth hour of play, the bubble burst with Scott Hess scooping up with pocket Aces. This gave him the second largest stack of the day. Bagging the chip lead was Korea’s Duhan Lee who secured his second cash of the series. He placed 22nd at the Warm Up event.

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Duhan Lee

Date: April 28, 2023
Buy in: PH₱ 25,000 (~US$ 460)
Guarantee: PH₱ 4,000,000 (~US$ 71,800)
Day 1A entries: 119

End of Day 1A survivors – 18 players

1 Duhan Lee Korea 540,000
2 Scott Michael Hess USA 366,000
3 Florencio Campomanes Philippines 339,000
4 Jongmin Won Korea 285,000
5 Jayvon  Carreon Philippines 273,000
6 Raymundo Gomez Jr Philippines 234,000
7 Joseph Talamayan Philippines 232,000
8 Jose Colada III Philippines 215,000
9 Jeongmin Park Korea 175,000
10 Johnson Tan Philippines 140,000
11 Ryan McAllister USA 137,000
12 Christopher Mateo Philippines 119,000
13 Sang Won Song Korea 110,000
14 Jimmy Johan Philippines 94,000
15 Keijiro Shimojo Japan 93,000
16 Rio Kitaoji Japan 68,000
17 Adones Carmona Philippines 67,000
18 Darren Ong Abdullah Malaysia 54,000


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Crazy Weekend Day 1B

Entries: 190
Starting stack: 30,000
Chips in play 5,700,000
ITM: 29 players


00:30: Evan Hong delivers the bubble, Day 1B ends
Level 16: 3000-6000, 6000 ante

Crazy Weekend Day 1B 9

Under the gun player shoves with 9c9s, big blind Evan Hong snaps with [qc}Qd, the board runs 6h8c7s6dAs to crash the utg’s hopes on the bubble.

Evan Hong – 250,000

That ends Day 1B with 29 players now bagging up. Liew Lee Wee is heat leader with 718,000 in chips.

Crazy Weekend Day 1B 10
Lee Wee Liew

End of Day 1B survivors – 29 players

Lee Wee Liew Malaysia 718,000
Jarvinen Jukka Tapani Finland 355,000
Maxwell Philippe Rosete Philippines 350,000
Kah Yew Teng Malaysia 341,000
Christopher Martin Philippines 321,000
Andrej Nagy Philippines 316,000
Alfredo Boligor Philippines 314,000
Kyongrok Moon Korea, South 295,000
Yehonatan Behor Israel 287,000
Richard Bati Tolentino Taiwan 254,000
Kwok Wai Wong Hong Kong 248,000
Edmil Marcelo Philippines 204,000
Lloyd Locsin Philippines 181,000
Anton Welo Norway 166,000
Foo Kuen Chong Malaysia 135,000
Jonathan Tek-Wye Looi Malaysia 129,000
Jiego Erquiaga Philippines 128,000
Bell John Perez Philippines 112,000
Akira Matsuo Japan 112,000
Yu Chen Hong Kong 98,000
Po Hsun Liao Taiwan 95,000
Joseph William Magnotti United States 82,000
Tung Duy Nguyen Duy Vietnam 82,000
Gary Pound Thomas United Kingdom 82,000
Emmanuel Segismundo Philippines 69,000
Kento Sato Japan 68,000
Wai Keong Yong Malaysia 58,000
Jonald Garcia Philippines 48,000
Suya Lee Korea, South 31,000

 00:25: Maxwell Rosete chunks one 
Level 16: 3000-6000, 6000 ante

Cutoff Maxwell Rosete wakes up with QcQs and min-raises, button three-bet jams with Ah6c, the board fans 7dJc10h7s2s for the ladies to hold.

Maxwell Rosete – 350,000
Button – 50,000


00:10: Teng Kah Yew rails one
Level 16: 3000-6000, 6000 ante

Three spots to the money, Teng Keh Yew is all in with 7d7s that dominates a shorter stack’s 6s6h. The board runs 9h9s4c3sKd.

Teng Keh Yew – 350,000


23:55: Christopher Martin rails Marquez
Level 16: 3000-6000, 6000 ante

Cutoff raises to 12,000, small blind Richard Marquez three-bet jams, big blind Christopher Martin four-bet jams, cutoff folds, Marquez attempt to steal blunders and shows Jd5c, Martin way ahead with QhQc. The board comes 7sJc9hKsAd, Marquez is eliminated.

Christopher Martin – 300,000


23:35: Liew Lee Wee ships a three-way
Level 15: 2500-5000, 5000 ante

Crazy Weekend Day 1B 3

Cooler! Hijack all in with QdQc, button Liew Lee Wee AcAs, and small blind KcKs. The board runs Jh10s5h6c10c. Aces hold to ship it and eliminated the small blind.

Liew Lee Wee – 500,000


23:25: Sawada Nayuko gets lucky
Level 15: 2500-5000, 5000 ante

Cutoff raises to 12,000, button Sawada Nayuko three-bets all in with KdQc, cutoff calls with AhKs. With the board running 10dQs2hQh6h, Nayuko survives and doubles up with trips.

Sawada Nayuko – 150,000


22:45: Jigs Erquiaga dusts one
Level 14: 2000-4000, 4000 ante

Hijack is all in for 18,000, button and small blind call. No bets on the flop 6hQh7c, on the turn 2c, button bets 22,000, small blind folds. Erquiaga opens 2s2d set, hijack Ah10c and is drawing dead.

Jigs Erquiaga – 250,000


22:30: Jukka Jarvinen doubles up
Level 13: 1500-3000, 3000 ante

All in preflop, under the gun +1 is all in with AdQd, lojack Jukka Jarvinen risks it with AcJc.  The board runs KhKd2cQs10s for a straight to Jarvinen to double up.

Jukka Jarvinen – 140,000


22:20: Kyongrok Moon hits the flush for a double
Level 13: 1500-3000, 3000 ante

Under the gun Kyongrok Moon raises to 6500 and finds three callers to the flop 5d9c8d. Moon c-bets all in, only small blind joins the race.

Moon Kd10d flush draw
SB 9s10s top pair

Moon hits the flush on the Jd turn, and river Qc completes the board. Moon doubles up to 150,000, small blind drops to 20,000.


22:00:  Tung Duy Nguyen ships it
Level 12: 1000-2500, 2500 ante

Under the gun raises to 5,000, cutoff jams, small blind Tung Duy Nguyen four-bet shoves, utg folds.

Cutoff As10s
Nguyen AcJh

The board spreads 9c6c8s5d6d for Nguyen’s kicker to play and send one packing.

Tung Duy Nguyen – 150,000


 21:50: Richard Tolentino scores with Aces
Level 12: 1000-2500, 2500 ante

Lojack Richard Tolentino pushes all in with AhAc, shorter stacked cutoff joins in with Ks3s, the board is 6hJhAs2s4s, out goes cutoff.

Richard Tolentino – 120,000


21:30: Ricardo Torres knocks out two players
Level 11: 1000-2000, 2000 ante

From lojack, Ricardo Torres limps, small blind shoves, big blind shoves, back to Torres who calls.

SB 6d6h
BB AsQs
Torres AhKs

The board lands 10cQcAdKc10s, Torres has the best two pair to ship it and send two players packing.

Ricardo Torres – 220,000


 21:05: 190 entries at Day 1B
Level 11: 1000-2000, 2000 ante

Crazy Weekend Day 1B 1

Crazy Weekend Day 1B closes with 190 entries, and combined with 119 Day 1A entries that brings the total to 309 entries. We will have the official prize pool and payouts shortly.

Day 1B plays down to 29 players.


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Crazy Weekend Final Day

Christopher Mateo wins the Crazy Weekend title

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Christopher Mateo

Event info

Buy in: PH₱ 25,000 (~US$ 460)
Entries: 309
Prize pool: PH₱ 6,722,100 (~US$ 120,670
ITM / Final Day: 47 players

Final table payouts

Place Player Flag
Payouts in PHP
1 Christopher Mateo Philippines 1,071,000
2 Jose Colada III Philippines 1,071,000
3 Lloyd Locsin Philippines 623,000
4 Richard Tolentino Philippines 504,000
5 Jukka Jarvinen Finland 397,000
6 Jeongmin Park Korea 303,900
7 Raymundo Gomez Jr Philippines 223,000
8 Edmil Marcelo Philippines 164,000
9 Jayvon Carreon Philippines 134,500

Payouts 10th – 47th

10 Jiego Erquiaga philippines 113,000.00
11 Maxwell Philippe Rosete philippines 113,000.00
12 Kyongrok Moon Korea 99,600.00
13 Kah Yew Teng Malaysia 99,600.00
14 Yehonatan Behor Israel 89,400.00
15 Joseph Talamayan philippines 89,400.00
16 Kento Sato Japan 79,400.00
17 Christopher Martin USA 79,400.00
18 Yu Chen Hong Kong 69,500.00
19 Scott Hess USA 69,500.00
20 Lee Wee Liew Malaysia 69,500.00
21 Jimmy Johan Philippines 62,600.00
22 Johnson Tan Philippines 62,600.00
23 Duhan Lee Korea 62,600.00
24 Andrej Nagy Slovakia 55,800.00
25 Kwok Wai Wong Hong Kong 55,800.00
26 Rio Kitaoji Japan 55,800.00
27 Bell John Perez Philippines 55,800.00
28 Adones Carmona Philippines 49,100.00
29 Jongmin Won Korea, South 49,100.00
30 Florencio Campomanes Iv Philippines 49,100.00
31 Thomas Gary Pound United Kingdom 49,100.00
32 Foo Kuen Chong Malaysia 43,100.00
33 Tung Duy Nguyen Vietnam 43,100.00
34 Alfredo Boligor Philippines 43,100.00
35 Ryan Mcallister United States 43,100.00
36 Po Hsun Liao Taiwan 43,100.00
37 Jonathan Looi Malaysia 43,100.00
38 Akira Matsuo Japan 43,100.00
39 Jonald Garcia Philippines 43,100.00
40 Tor Anton Welo Norway 38,400.00
41 Joseph Magnotti USA 38,400.00
42 Keijiro Shimojo Japan 38,400.00
43 Emmanuel Segismundo Philippines 38,400.00
44 Suya Lee Korea 38,400.00
45 Darren Ong Abdullah Malaysia 38,400.00
46 Sang Won Song Korea 38,400.00
47 Wai Keong Yong Malaysia 38,400.00

Final 9 players
Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000

Crazy Weekend Final Day 78

Seat 1: Jose Colada – Philippines – 1,000,000
Seat 2: Jukka Jarvinen – Finland – 700,000
Seat 3: Richard Tolentino – Philippines – 2,530,000
Seat 4: Edmil Marcelo – Philippines – 480,000
Seat 5: Christopher Mateo – Philippines – 1,500,000
Seat 6: Jeongmin Park – Korea – 650,000
Seat 7: Raymundo Gopez – Philippines – 300,000
Seat 8: Jayvon Carreon – Philippines – 635,000
Seat 9: Lloyd Locsin – Philippines – 850,000

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18:35: Jiego Erquiaga eliminated in 10th place – PHP 113,000
Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000

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Jiego Erquiaga all in  on a flop 2d6s5c and is called by Jayvon Carreon. Erquiaga with As10h overcards, Carreon Js6h top pair. The turn Qs and river 5s is no help to Erquiaga to fall in 10th place for PHP 113,000.


18:25: Maxwell Rosete falls in 11th place – PHP 113,000
Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000

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Maxwell Rosete

Down to crumbs, Maxwell Rosete goes all in with Jc8c and loses it all to Christopher Mateo As7c with an ace on the flop ensuring the bust. Rosete earns PHP 113,000 for his efforts.


18:20: Kyongrok Moon out in 12th place – PHP 99,600
Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000

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Kyongrok Moon

Button player Kyongrok Moon opens, big blind Richard Tolentino three-bets to 150,000, Moon calls. At the flop 9d3d6c, Moon bets 275,000, Tolentino check-raises to 550,000, Moon puts the rest in.

Tolentino AdQh
Moon KdQd

The turn 7s and river Js ends Moon’s run as Tolentino ships a monster.

Richard Tolentino – 2,300,000
Kyongrok Moon – eliminated in 12th place for PHP 99,600


18:15: Kah Yew Teng busts in 13th place – PHP 99,600
Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000

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Kah Yew Teng

All in preflop, Kah Yew Teng at risk with KcQd, Jukka Jarvinen ahead with AsQs, the board comes 3c6s10c9hQc.


18:10: Raymundo Gopez doubles through Rosete
Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 30,000

All in preflop, Raymundo Gopez with AcAd, Maxwell Rosete As7d, the board runs 7sJc3d9cJd for aces to hold and double up Gopez to 500,000.


18:00: Yehonatan Behor eliminated in 14th place 
Level 24: 10,000-25,000, 25,000

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Yehonatan Behor

Yehonatan Behor is all in preflop with JcJs and is called by Richard Tolentino with 2c2h. With the board running 5sAc3d6d4d, Tolentino celebrates his straight on the river to ship it and rail Behor.

Richard Tolentino – 1,500,000
Yehonatan Behor – eliminated in 14th place for PHP 89,400.


17:20: Christopher Mateo rails Sato
Level 23: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

End of the line for Kento Sato JsKh. having fallen to Christopher Mateo AsJh. All in preflop, the board is 8hQhJc3s10d.

Christopher Mateo – 1,000,000
Kento Sato – eliminated in 16th place


17:00: Jeongmin Park doubles through Locsin
Level 23: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

From cutoff, Jeongmin Park shoves his 278,000 stack, small blind Lloyd Locsin calls.

Park KcKh
Locsin JcJd

The board runs 10h6c6d7cAd for a double up to Park.

Jeongmin Park – 596,000
Lloyd Locsin – 608,000


16:55: Jayvon Carreon doubles through Gopez
Level 23: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

All in preflop, Jayvon Carreon QcQs, Raymundo Gopez AhJh, an ace lands on the turn 7h3c8hAd2d for a double up to Carreon.

Jayvon Carreon – 500,000
Raymundo Gopez – 820,000


16:40: Richard Tolentino rails Yu Chen
Level 23: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

All in preflop, Richard Tolentino 8h8c, Yu Chen Ah10h, board runs 4h2s8sQs7s. With no spade for either player, Tolentino ships it with the set. Chen is eliminated.

Richard Tolentino – 900,000
Yu Chen – eliminated in 18th place


16:30: Air over air: Yehonatan Behor versus Maxwell Rosete
Level 23: 10,000-20,000, 20,000 ante

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Yehonatan Behor

Yehonatan Behor raises to 45,000 from hijack, big blind Maxwell Rosete defends. At the flop 2d6dKs, Behor c-bets 38,000, Rosete check-calls. No bets land on the Kc turn. The river Js, Rosete leads out 80,000, Behor calls, Rosete shows the failed bluff 5c8s. Behor wins it with better air Ah5s.

Yehonatan Behor – 860,000
Maxwell Rosete – 300,000


16:00: Raymundo Gopez delivers a double bust
Level 22: 10,000-15,000, 15,000 ante

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Raymundo Gopez

Three players all in preflop, Raymundo Gopez AcAs, Lee Wee Liew 10d10c, Jimmy Johan 5h8s. The board runs Qh9d7c5c3c. Gopez ships it and sends two packing simultaneously.

Raymundo Gopez – 900,000
Lee Wee Liew – eliminated in 20th place
Jimmy Johan – eliminated in 21st place


15:52: Jeongmin Park rails Tan
Level 21: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

Under the gun Christopher Martin raises to 24,000, next to him Jeongmin Park three-bets to 65,000, button player Johnson Tan jams his short stack of 99,000, Martin folds.

Park AsKc
Tan KdQs

The board runs Ad9c3h3s7s.

Jeongmin Park – 452,000
Johnson Tan – eliminated


15:50: Christopher Mateo steamrolling, rails Duhan Lee
Level 21: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

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Duhan Lee

Christopher Mateo is cruising here, claiming another good pot. From cutoff he raises to 26,000, big blind Duhan Lee three-bet jams, Mateo calls.

Lee 10d10s
Mateo KsQh

The board runs 8cKd6d5c7d, Mateo wins the flip.

Christopher Mateo – 830,000
Duhan Lee – eliminated in 23rd place


15:45: Christopher Mateo versus Jayvon Carreon 
Level 21: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

From cutoff Christopher Mateo raises to 26,000, Jayvon Carreon defends on the big blind. At the flop 9hAc8c, Mateo c-bets 25,000 and is called. No bets land on the turn 3c for a free river card Ks. Carreon leads out 67,000, Mateo bumps it up to 200,000, Carreon folds.

Christopher Mateo – 740,000
Jayvon Carreon – 280,000


15:40: Rio Kitaoji falls to Locsin
Level 21: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

Preflop action, hijack Lloyd Locsin raises to 24,000, cutoff Rio Kitaoji calls, the flop comes Qc9c6d. Locsin c-bets 30,000, Kitaoji raises to 90,000, Locsin jams, Kitaoji calls for his tournament life.

Locsin Qh9s
Kitaoji 6c6s

Kitaoji is ahead but with the turn Qd it is a higher full house to Locsin. The river 10h doesn’t help Kitaoji to bust out.

Lloyd Locsin – 364,000


15:30: Maxwell Rosete doubles through Marcelo
Level 21: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

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Maxwell Rosete

From hijack, Maxwell Rosete raises to 25,000, small blind Edmil Marcelo calls. No bets on the flop QhQd10c for a free turn look 4d. Rosete bets 35,000, Marcelo check-calls. Same action on the 2c river with Rosete firing 150,000. Rosete shows 2s2d for a full house on the river. Marcelo mucks.

Maxwell Rosete – 700,000
Edmil Marcelo – 250,000


15:20: Christopher Martin wins the flip against Hong
Level 21: 6,000-12,000, 12,000 ante

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Christopher Martin

Button Christopher Martin shoves, small blind Evan Hong calls, Martin shows Kc8h, Hong with JdJh, the board runs 10sKd10dAc6s. Martin spikes the King for a double up.

Christopher Martin – 220,000
Evan Hong – 25,000


15:10: Lloyd Locsin rails Perez
Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

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Lloyd Locsin

All in preflop, Bell John Perez KsQc, Lloyd Locsin AcKh, the board runs 7dAd10sQh3c. Locsin rises to 452,000.


15:00: Rio Kitaoji chunks Hess
Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

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Rio Kitaoji

From cutoff, Rio Kitaoji raises to 20,000 and big blind Scott Hess defends. On the flop 9dJd7s, Hess leads out 30,000, Kitaoji calls. On the turn 2s, Hess bets 40,000, Kitaoji shoves, Hess tank-calls.

Kitaoji – Ks10s
Hess – Jh10d

The river 6s further improves Kitaoji to a flush for a double up.

Rio Kitaoji – 191,000
Scott Hess – 19,000


14:45: Yu Chen doubles through 
Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

Yu Chen AsKc all in, the caller has AdQh, the board runs low for a double up.

Yu Chen – 650,000


14:30: Another one for Joseph Talamayan
Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

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Joseph Talamayan has cleaned out another player with 8d8s winning the flip against a player’s AdJc. He rises to 450,000.


14:15: Joseph Talamayan takes one down
Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

All in preflop, Joseph Talamayan AcJc, at risk player with AdKs, the board runs 2cAs5sJs8h.

Joseph Talamayan – 330,000


14:05: Christopher Mateo continues to rise
Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

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‘From hijack, Christopher Mateo raises to 16,000 and finds two callers in the blinds. At the flop Ac10dKd, small blind bets 27,000, big blind folds, Mateo calls. On the turn 3s, Mateo bets 40,000 and is check-called. The river 10h, Mateo fires 55,000, small blind folds. Mateo shows Ad as he ships it.

Christopher Mateo – 380,000


13:55: Kyongrok Moon doubles through Duhan Lee 
Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

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Action folds hijack who raises to 27,000, small blind Duhan Lee calls, big blind Kyongrok Moon three-bets to 45,000, hijack folds, Lee calls. At the flop 8s2c9h. Lee checks, Moon c-bets 40,000, Lee calls. On the turn 5h, Moon jams, Lee check-calls.

Moon AsAd
Lee Jc9c

The turn 3c and river 5h completes the board for a double up to Moon.

Kyongrok Moon – 630,000
Duhan Lee – 220,000


13:45: Florencio Campomanes doubles through Gomez
Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

After paying a double up to Mateo, Florencio Campomanes earns a boost of his own. From hijack, he pushes with 6d10d, small blind Raymundo Gomez calls with AsKs, the board brings a spread 5c5s3d7h4c for a straight to Campomanes.

Florencio Campomanes – 220,000
Raymundo Gomez – 130,000


13:40: Christopher Mateo doubles through Campomanes
Level 18: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Cutoff Alfredo Boligor raises to 15,000, Florencio Campomanes thee-bets to 45,000, small blind Christopher Mateo four-bet jams, Boligor folds, Campomanes calls.

Mateo 2d2c
Campomanes AsKc

The board runs out 2sJd4d3d5d.

Florencio Campomanes – 100,000
Christopher Mateo – 320,000


13:35: Andrej Nagy wins a good pot
Level 18: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

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Superstack champion Andrej Nagy is attempting for his second title here and is on his way having scored a big pot. On a board showing 2h7dQhKs, he bets 30,000 and finds two callers, lojack and big blind. On the river 6d, the three players toss in another 50,000 each in the pot. Nagy has AdKc and wins the pot. He rises to 500,000


13:25: Richard Tolentino takes down one
Level 18: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Cutoff shoves his 15 bb with AdQd, button Richard Tolentino calls with 3d3c, the board runs Kh4d8dKs5s.

Richard Tolentino – 510,000


13:15: Anton Welo boots Lee
Level 18: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

All in preflop with short stacked Suya Lee As10c and needs to pair up to survive Anton Welo’s JcJd. The board doesn’t grant it 2d6s2s5c9h.

Anton Welo – 160,000
Suya Lee – eliminated in 44th place


13:10: Jeongmin Park rails Segismundo
Level 18: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

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Jeongmin Park

Emmanuel Segismundo all in preflop with two callers Scott Hess and Jeongmin Park making the call. At the flop and turn 10hKsQc6h, no side pot bets land. On the river 3s, Park bets, Hess folds, Park shows 3d3h set, Segismundo is eliminated with AhQh.

Jeongmin Park – 337,000
Scott Hess – 273,000
Emmanuel Segismundo – eliminated


13:07: Jose Colada rails Abdullah
Level 18: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Jose Colada ends short stacked Darren Ong Abdullah early with AhJc dominating 8s7c. He rises to 214,000.


13:05: Rio Kitaoji rails Yong
Level 18: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

Preflop betting war leads to Rio Kitaoji AhJc putting Wai Keong Yong at risk with 7d7s, the board runs Kc5hJs4s4c.

Rio Kitaoji – 120,000
Wai Keong Yong – eliminated in 47th place


Final Day chip counts

1 Lee Wee Liew Malaysia 718,000
2 Duhan Lee Korea 540,000
3 Scott Michael Hess USA 366,000
4 Jukka Jarvinen Finland 355,000
5 Maxwell Philippe Rosete Philippines 350,000
6 Kah Yew Teng Malaysia 341,000
7 Florencio Campomanes Philippines 339,000
8 Christopher Martin USA 321,000
9 Andrej Nagy Slovakia 316,000
10 Alfredo Boligor Philippines 314,000
11 Kyongrok Moon Korea 295,000
12 Yehonatan Behor Israel 287,000
13 Jongmin Won Korea 285,000
14 Jayvon Carreon Philippines 273,000
15 Richard Tolentino Taiwan 254,000
16 Kwok Wai Wong Hong Kong 248,000
17 Raymundo Gomez Jr Philippines 234,000
18 Joseph Talamayan Philippines 232,000
19 Jose Colada Philippines 215,000
20 Edmil Marcelo Philippines 204,000
21 Lloyd Locsin Philippines 181,000
22 Jeongmin Park Korea 175,000
23 Anton Welo Norway 166,000
24 Johnson Tan Philippines 140,000
25 Ryan McAllister USA 137,000
26 Foo Kuen Chong Malaysia 135,000
27 Jonathan Looi Malaysia 129,000
28 Jiego Erquiaga Philippines 128,000
29 Christopher Mateo Philippines 119,000
30 Akira Matsuo Japan 112,000
31 Bell John Perez Philippines 112,000
32 Sang Won Song Korea 110,000
33 Yu Chen Hong Kong 98,000
34 Po Hsun Liao Taiwan 95,000
35 Jimmy Johan Philippines 94,000
36 Keijiro Shimojo Japan 93,000
37 Joseph Magnotti USA 82,000
38 Tung Duy Nguyen Vietnam 82,000
39 Gary Thomas USA 82,000
40 Emmanuel Segismundo Philippines 69,000
41 Rio Kitaoji Japan 68,000
42 Kento Sato Japan 68,000
43 Adones Carmona Philippines 67,000
44 Wai Keong Yong Malaysia 58,000
45 Darren Ong Abdullah Malaysia 54,000
46 Jonald Garcia Philippines 48,000
47 Suya Lee Korea 31,000

Payouts in PH₱

1 1,310,000
2 832,000
3 623,000
4 504,000
5 397,000
6 303,900
7 223,000
8 164,000
9 134,500
10-11 113,000
12-13 99,600
14-15 89,400
16-17 79,400
18-20 69,500
21-23 62,600
24-27 55,800
28-31 49,100
32-39 43,100
40-47 38,400

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Super High Roller – Final Day

Ogura Takashi wins the Super High Roller!

Ogura Takshi came from just six big blinds at the start of the final table to champion! He defeated Gary Thompson at heads up to bank the PHP 6,170,000 (~US$ 111,350) top prize.

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Buy in: PH₱ 500,000 (~US$ 9,175)
Entries: 39
Prize pool: PH₱ 18,154,500 (~US$ 327,650)
ITM: 6 places

Place Player Flag
Payouts in PH₱
1 Ogura Takashi Japan 6,170,000
2 Gary Thompson Ireland 4,270,000
3 Ewe Eng Soon Malaysia 2,720,000
4 Ajitpal Singh Singapore 2,090,000
5 Danny Tang UK 1,634,500
6 Ewe Eng Siang Malaysia 1,270,000

00:10: Gary Thompson eliminated in 2nd place – PHP 4,270,000 (~US$ 77,000)
Level 24: 150-000-300,000, 300,000 ante

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Gary Thompson

From the button, Gary Thompson raises to 600,000, big blind Ogura Takashi three-bet jams, Thompson calls for his tournament life.

Takashi – Ac4c
Thompson 9c9s

The board runs 5c10d3h10c6c for a victorious flush to Takahashi. Thompson is eliminated in 2nd place.


00:05: Takashi calls out the bluff
Level 23: 100-000-200,000, 200,000 ante

Gary Thompson limps from the button, Ogura Takashi checks, the flop comes JdAdKh. Thompson bets 450,000, Takashi check-calls. No bets land on the turn Kd. The dealer felts the river 9s, Thompson bets 1,100,000, Takashi check-calls. Thompson shows 10c5h bluff, Takashi ships it with Js9d two pair.

Ogura Takashi – 14,300,000
Gary Thompson – 5,2,00,000


23:50: Thompson continues to climb
Level 23: 100-000-200,000, 200,000 ante

Button player Gary Thompson limps then calls Ogura Takashi’s raise of 850,000. At the flop 5h8h6c, Thompson bets 540,000, Takashi check-calls. On the 3h turn, Thompson bets 1,100,000, Takashi check-folds.

Gary Thompson – 7,900,000
Ogura Takashi – 11,600,000


23:40: Gary Thompson doubles up
Level 23: 100-000-200,000, 200,000 ante

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Ogura Takashi raises to 500,000, Thompson three-bet jams, Takashi calls. Takahashi AsKh, Thompson Qc10c, the board runs 7h10h9h9d2c.

Gary Thompson – 7,000,000
Ogura Takashi – 12,500,000


23:20: Heads up! Ogura Takahashi versus Gary Thompson
Level 22: 100,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

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Heads up here at the Super High Roller. The champion will pocket the PHP 6,170,000 top prize. Here are the counts.

Ogura Takashi – 16,000,000 – 110 bb
Gary Thompson – 3,500,000 – 23 bb


23:15: Ewe Eng Soon eliminated in 3rd place – PHP 2,720,000 (~US$ 49,090)
Level 22: 100,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

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Ewe Eng Soon

Ewe Eng Soon shoves with Jh9c, small blind Ogura Takashi calls with KdJs. The board runs 4hQh2s5dJc.

Ogura Takashi = 16,000,000
Ewe Eng Soon – eliminated in 3rd place


23:05: Ogura Takashi bets every street
Level 22: 100,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

Another big pot for Ogura Takashi , this time against Gary Thompson. From the small blind, Takashi limps, Thompson checks. When the board completes {5c{P8d}Ad4c7h, Takashi bets the whole way – 350,000, 900,000, 1,100,000 – Thompson calls him down. Takashi opens Ac5d two pair beating Thompson’s Ah9s.

Ogura Takashi – 12,000,000
Gary Thompson – 4,100,000


22:45: Big pot for Ogura Takashi against Soon
Level 22: 100,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

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Ogura Takahashi

Button Gary Thompson raises to 300,000, blinds calls. At the flop 10h2h6c, big blind Ogura Takahashi bets 410,000, Thompson folds, Ewe Eng Soon calls. On the turn 7h, Takahashi fires 1,100,000, Soon calls. On the river 9d, both check, Soon with 9s7c two pair, Takahashi wins it with 9h8d straight.

Ogura Takahashi – 8,600,000
Ewe Eng Soon – 4,400,000


22:35: Gary Thompson takes from Takashi
Level 22: 100,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

Small blind Ogura Takashi limps, big blind Thompson checks. At the flop 2h2c8d, Takashi bets 150,000, Thompson calls. Same action on the turn Ad, Thompson calls a 300,000 bet. On the river 2d, Takashi checks, Thompson bets 800,000, Takashi folds.

Gary Thompson – 7,000,000
Ogura Takashi – 8,000,000


22:20: Ogura Takashi calls out the bluff
Level 22: 100,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

Small blind Ewe Eng Soon raises to 300,000, big blind Ogura Takashi calls. At the flop 9c10sQs, Soon c-bets 200,000, Takashi calls. No bets land on the turn Ad. On the river 4c, it is back to betting. Soon sends out 600,000, Takashi calls. Soon opens his 8d3d bluff, Takashi ships it woth 10d8c pair.

Ogura Takashi – 8,600,000
Ewe Eng Soon – 5,000,000


22:00: Ajitpal Singh eliminated in 4th place – PHP 2,090,000 (~US$ 37,720)
Level 21: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

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Ajitpal Singh

Big blind Ajitpal Singh three-bet shoves with QdJs, initial raiser Ogura Takashi on the button calls with 2d2h. The board runs 5h7h8sKs3d.

Ogura Takashi – 8,400,000
Ajitpal Singh – eliminated in 4th place


21:40: Gary Thompson calls the big bet, Takashi mucks
Level 21: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

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Small blind Ogura TakTakashi ahashi raises to 350,000, big blind Gary Thompson defends. At the flop 7s9hQc both check. On the turn 2s, Takashi leads out 430,000, Thompson calls. The river 10c sees more chips go in with Takashi betting 800,000, Thompson calls. Takashi mucks.

Gary Thompson – 6,000,000
Ogura Takashi – 5,800,000


20:40: Ajitpal Singh takes from Soon
Level 20: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

Small blind Ajitpal Singh raises to 200,000, big blind Ewe Eng Soon defends. At the flop Kd7h3d, Singh c-bets 200,000 and is called. On the turn 7d and river 4c, no bets land. Singh has Ks7c full house.

Ajitpal Singh – 2,500,000
Ewe Eng Soon – 6,100,000


20:35: Takashi again
Level 20: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

Utg Ewe Eng Soon raises to 200,000, button Ogura Takashi calls. At the flop 2cJh9h, Soon c-bet 250,000, Takashi calls. On the turn 6h same action with Takashi calling a 600,000 bet. On the river 3d, Soon checks, Takashi bets 1,400,000, Soon calls. Takashi shows Ah8h flush and wins the pot. Soon had pocket Tens.

Ogura Takashi – 6,500,000
Ewe Eng Soon – 6,600,000


20:20: Another pot for Takashi
Level 20: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

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Ogura Takahashi

Battle of the blinds, Ewe Eng Soon limps big blind Ogura Takashi raises to 300,000, Soon calls. At the flop 9d5hJs, Takashi c-bets 300,000, Soon check-folds.

Ogura Takashi – 3,200,000
Ewe Eng Soon – 8,400,000


20:15: Ogura Takashi wins the betting war
Level 20: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

From under the gun, Ogura Takashi raises to 200,000, big blind Ewe Eng Soon re-raises to 700,000, Takashi jams, Soon folds.

Ogura Takashi – 2,900,000
Ewe Eng Soon – 8,700,000


20:00: Danny Tang eliminated in 5th place for PHP 1,634,000
Level 19: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante

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Danny Tang

Small blind Ajitpal Singh jams with Ac10s, big blind Danny Tang risks his tournament life with As3h