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|Event Title||Buy In||Status|
|Event 1 - $500 Casino Employees Event||$500||Finished|
|Event 2 - $25,000 Mixed Max||$25,000||Finished|
|Event 3 - $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha||$1,000||Finished|
|Event 4 - $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em||$1,000||Finished|
|Event 5 - $10,000 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball||$10,000||Finished|
|Event 6 - $1,500 NLHE Shootout||$1,500||Finished|
|Event 7 - $1,500 Razz||$1,500||Finished|
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2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific - LIVE WSOP APAC 2014 Coverage
The 2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific runs October 2-18 from sunny Melbourne with an astounding 10 bracelet events on the schedule. PokerListings.com will be on scene shipping news and blog coverage and featured live updates from selected bracelet events. Get ready for the poker festival of the year Down Under from the Crown Casino!
The inaugural WSOP Asia Pacific has been in the history books for a couple weeks but just like a fish with pocket aces, we can't let it go.
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2014 November Nine Set07/15/2014 05:04:26 AM EST (2 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 7
2014 November Nine The 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event began with 6,683 players trying to win the biggest tournament of the year. After seven days of action, only the November Nine remain. Day 7 brought back three tables and they played down faster than expected. Two players were elimin ...
Luis Velador Eliminated in 10th ($565,193)07/15/2014 04:35:24 AM EST (2 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 7
Luis Velador It was a shorter grind than expected and the 2014 November Nine has been formed. Luis Velador was in good position among the last 10 players until he lost a big pot to Andori Larrabe and was never able to recover. He shoved a few hands after the break with them all getting throug ...
Unofficial Final Table First Break07/15/2014 03:58:08 AM EST (2 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 7
William Tonking No one thought the "unofficial" table would be a quick affair but there were two all-in calls before the first break. First up it was William Tonking, the shortest to start the table, doubling through Martin Jacobson with a flopped straight versus the nut flush draw. His hand ...