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Bryan Piccioli wins WSOP APAC Event #1

Our champion, Bryan Piccioli
Our champion, Bryan Piccioli

It seemed that the script had been written for arguably Australia’s most talented and successful young poker player to go all the way and win the first ever WSOP bracelet on Australian soil. Unfortunately no one showed that script to 23-year old Bryan Piccioli. The crowd were cheering passionately for the Aussie but it was the American online phenom who crashed the party to be crowned our first WSOP APAC champion.

No doubt that Piccioli deserved this honour.  He was impressive throughout the tournament, particularly late on Day 2 when his aggression needled the great Phil Hellmuth to the point of implosion. On the final table Piccoli had to bide his time with Jay Loo, Jonathan Duhamel and Jeremy Ausmus all active to his right, but once play reached short-handed he picked up some cards, applied some pressure and, in the end, caught a sweet river card to end the brave run of the "Dong".

Sadly it seems that the Aussies are building a reputation of falling at the final hurdle at the WSOP as Karamalikis becomes the fourth Australian in twelve months to miss the gold by the narrowest of margins (David Borg, Jackie Glazier and Brendon Rubie are the others).

Karamalikis collects $130,743 for a fine tournament while Piccioli adds another chapter to his growing reputation as one of the world’s finest young players with victory, $211,575 in prize money and the elusive WSOP gold bracelet.

Final Table Results

1st Bryan Piccioli - $211,575
2nd Jonathan Karamalikis - $130,743
3rd Junzhong Loo - $96,305
4th Jonathan Duhamel - $71,870
5th Jeremy Ausmus - $54,337
6th Graeme Putt - $41,610
7th Iori Yogo - $32,268
8th Peter Kleudgen - $25,335
9th Ryan Otto - $20,138

Thanks for following along this evening, and we hope you’ll join us again tomorrow from 12:30pm as we bring you live updates of the final table for Event #2: $1,650 Pot Limit Omaha. Good night from Melbourne!

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Jonanthan Karamalikis is the Runner-Up

Jonathan Karamalikis - 2nd Place
Jonathan Karamalikis - 2nd Place

Hand #137

Jonathan Karamalikis was on the button when he opened to 50,000. Bryan Piccioli called and a J 8 9 flop hit the felt. Piccioli led with a bet here and Karamalikis folded.

Hand #138

Bryan Piccioli raised the button to 50,000 at which point Jonathan Karamalikis three-bet to 124,000. Picciolli shoved and Karamalikis called all-in. Here’s how their cards looked.

Karamalikis: T T
Piccioli: A 8

Karamalikis was all in and for the first time, actually had the best hand when at risk. By the time the board had ran out 9 4 3 5 to the turn, it was looking like Karamalikis was going to double up. However, fate would have other ideas, with a 2 on the river giving Piccioli a straight to send Karamalikis home as the runner-up.

With that, the USA’s Bryan Piccioli will go down in history as the first-ever WSOP APAC champion!

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Piccioli turns up the pressure

Hand #132

Bryan Piccioli limped the button and Jonathan Karamalikis tapped the table as the two players took a cheap flop of 8 3 6. Karamalikis checked and Piccioli took it down with a bet of 25,000.

Hand #133

Jonathan Karamalikis raised the button and took it down without resistance.

Hand #134

Bryan Piccioli raised the button and took down the pot uncontested.

Hand #135

Another raise and take it, this time for Jonathan Karamalikis.

Hand #136

Bryan Piccioli had the button and he raised to 50,000. Jonathan Karamalikis made the call and the flop landed 9 9 K. Karamalikis check-called for 50,000 and the turn produced the 6. Karamalikis checked and Piccioli fired again for 125,000. Karamalikis made the call and the river was the 5.

Karamalikis checked again and Piccioli decided to take another stab at the pot with a bet of 295,000. It was a big pot and Karamalikis sat quietly before flashing the K and folding.  Karamalikis has around one million with Piccioli on about 2.3 million.

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Not Much Happening

Hand #127

Jonathan Karamalikis was on the button and raised to 50,000. Bryan Piccioli took only a moment before three-betting to what looked like 105,000. Karamalikis folded and Piccioli took down the pot.

Hand #128

With the button on Bryan Piccioli he raised it up to 50,000 and Jonathan Karamalikis folded.

Hand #129

Jonathan Karamalikis raised the button to 50,000 and Bryan Piccioli folded.

Hand #130

Bryan Piccioli opened the button to 50,000 and Jonathan Karamalikis called. The first flop we have seen in quite a while showed Q 2 9 and Piccioli bet 60,000 when Karamalikis checked. Karamalikis made the call and an A hit the turn. Karamalikis once again checked and so too did Piccioli this time. The river was a 3 and Karamalikis didn’t waste any time before checking. Piccioli did the same and then mucked his J 8 when Karamalikis showed K 2.

Hand #131

Jonathan Karamalikis limped the button and Bryan Piccioli checked to see the dealer turn over a 6 K 6 flop. Both players checked here and then also checked a 5 turn. They then also checked the 5 river. At showdown, Karamaliklis turned over Q 9 and Piccioli showed T 4 – this means it was a split pot with both players playing the board. 

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Back and forth

Hand #122

Bryan Piccioli had the button and he decided to give Jonathan Karamalikis a walk.

Hand #123

Jonathan Karamalikis limped the button once again but this time Bryan Piccioli raised the price to 80,000. Karamalikis made the call and the two took a flop of K A K. Piccioli led out for a small bet of just 50,000 but it was enough as Karamalikis decided to fold.

Hand #124

Bryan Piccioli raised to 50,000 from the button and Jonathan Karamalikis thought briefly before re-raising to 135,000. Piccioli gave it up with the pot being pushed to Karamalikis.

Hand #125

Jonathan Karamalikis raised the button to 50,000 and Bryan Piccioli made the call to see a flop of 4 T 7. A bet of 42,000 was called to see the 9 fall on the turn.  Check, check and the river delivered the 3.  Again it was checked down with Karamalikis’ Q 3 not enough as Piccioli showed 6 4 for a pair of fours to take it down.

Hand #126

Bryan Piccioli raised to 50,000 from the button and Jonathan Karamalikis re-raised to 110,000.  Piccioli folded and Karamalikis collected the pot.

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A bit of Action Before a Lull

Hand #117

Jonathan Karamalikis limped the button and Bryan Piccioli checked out of the big blind. Both players checked the A 6 T flop and a K hit the turn. Piccioli led for 30,000 here and Karamalikis called. A 7 completed the board on the river and both players checked.

Piccioli showed K 8 at showdown, which was enough to send Karamalikis’ cards into the muck.

Hand #118

Bryan Piccioli opened the button to 50,000 and Jonathan Karamalikis called. The dealer turned over a T 5 A flop and Karamalikis check-called a bet of 60,000. On the 8 turn, both players checked and then did the same on the 7 river. Piccioli tabled A 2 which was strong enough to win the hand.

Hand #119

Bryan Piccioli received a walk when Jonathan Karamalikis folded the button.

Hand #120

Bryan Piccioli opened the button to 50,000 and Jonathan Karamalikis folded.

Hand #121

Jonathan Karamalikis was on the button when he limped. Bryan Piccioli checked the big blind. The J 5 9 flop would see Piccioli bet 30,000 and Karamalikis folded. 

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Karamalikis claws back

Hand #111

Jonathan Karamalikis started with the button and raised to 50,000. Bryan Piccioli didn’t waste any time in getting busy as he three-bet to 140,000. Karamalikis let it go as Piccioli draws first blood in this heads-up contest.

Hand #112

Bryan Piccioli folded and Jonathan Karamalikis received a walk.

Hand #113

Jonathan Karamalikis raised to 50,000 from the button and again Bryan Piccioli three-bet to 140,000. Karamalikis didn’t want to get involved and let it go once again.

Hand #114

Bryan Piccioli raised the button to 50,000 and took it down uncontested.

Hand #115

Jonathan Karamalikis had the button and he made it 50,000 to go. This time Bryan Piccioli made the call to see a flop of A J 4. Check, check to the Q turn card.  Check, check again.  The river was the 8 and again they checked it down. Piccioli showed K 5 for king-high which was enough to take it down.

Hand #116

Bryan Piccioli raised to 50,000 from the button, but Jonathan Karamalikis came back with a three-bet of his own to 125,000. Piccioli reached deep and re-raised to a total of 235,000 to put the pressure back on the Aussie. Karamalikis thought for a moment before making the call.

There was a big pot in the middle before the flop was even dealt 5 T 6. Karamalikis was first to act and he checked it over to Piccioli who bet 175,000. Karamalikis quickly announced himself all in to the murmurs from the crowd. Piccioli sighed and folded as Karamalikis closes the gap in this battle.

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Back for Heads-Up

The WSOP APAC Gold Bracelet is on the table! Either Aussie Jonathan Karamalikis or the USA's Bryan Piccioli will be taking it home. 

The two players are back from their break and ready to play heads-up poker. Below is how they stack up.

Bryan Piccioli – 2,022,000
Jonathan Karamalikis – 1,249,000

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Loo Out in 3rd, Heads-Up Soon

Jay Loo - 3rd Place
Jay Loo - 3rd Place

Hand #110

Jay Loo was on the button and opted to open to 40,000. Bryan Piccioli looked at Loo’s stack before three-betting to 95,000. Jonathan Karamalikis quickly folded the big blind and it was back on Loo, who moved all in. Piccioli quickly called and Loo was at risk.

Loo: Q J
Piccioli: A A

Piccioli was way out in front, but by the time the board had ran out 9 K K Q to the turn, Loo had plenty of outs to survive. However, the A on the river would seal Loo’s fate as he exited in 3rd place to collect $96,305.

Just like that, we are down to heads-up play! The players are heading on a quick break as the stacks are sorted out. 

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Tightening up

Hand #105

Bryan Piccioli was first to act on the button and he came in for a raise to 45,000. Both opponents folded and Piccioli would stack up the blinds and antes.

Hand #106

Jonathan Karamalikis raised the button to 40,000 and Bryan Piccioli made the call in the big blind to see a flop of 9 A 6. Piccioli checked and then folded when Karamalikis put out a bet of 50,000.

Hand #107

Jonathan Karamalikis was given a rare walk and flashed ace-queen!

Hand #108

Jonathan Karamalikis limped in from the small blind, before Jay Loo raised to 65,000. That price was too much for Karamalikis who let it go.

Hand #109

Another rare move was Jonathan Karamalikis limping the button.  Jay Loo completed the small blind and Bryan Piccioli checked as we had ourselves a family pot!  The flop landed 9 5 3 and Piccioli’s bet of 42,000 was enough to take it down.

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Blinds and Antes and Antes And Blinds

Hand #100

The 100th hand of the WSOP APAC final table would see Jonathan Karamalikis open the button to 45,000. Jay Loo then three-bet to 105,000 and it was back on Karamalikis who four-bet all in. Loo quickly folded and Karamalikis won the pot.

Hand #101

Jay Loo had the button and raised it up to 40,000. The blinds folded and Loo took the pot.

Hand #102

Bryan Piccioli opened the button and yet again there was no action as this time Piccioli took the blinds and antes.

Hand #103

Jonathan Karamalikis opened the button and for the third hand straight there was no action as Karamalikis won the blinds and antes.

Hand #104

Folded to Bryan Piccioli in the small blind, he raised it up and picked up the pot when Jonathan Karamalikis folded the big blind. 

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Karamalikis gets busy

Hand #96

Jonathan Karamalikis raised the small blind and Jay Loo defended with a call to see a flop of Q 2 5. Karamalikis checked and Loo took the opportunity to bet 40,000. Karamalikis made the call and the 7 fell on the turn.

Karamalikis checked and Loo checked behind as the Q landed on the river. Karamalikis tapped the table for a third time, with Loo taking a couple of moments before checking as well.

Loo opened 5 4 for queens and fives which was good to win the pot.

Hand #97

The button was with Jonathan Karamalikis and he raised to 40,000. His opponents both folded to give Karamalikis the uncontested pot.

Hand #98

Bryan Piccioli raised to 52,000 from the small blind and Jonathan Karamalikis made the call. The flop arrived 9 3 8 and Piccioli bet out 56,000. Karamalikis raised more than a stack of yellow chips, but before the amount could be determined, Piccioli’s cards were into the muck.

Hand #99

Jonathan Karamalikis raised to 45,000 from the small blind but Jay Loo responded with a three-bet to 110,000 in the big blind. Karamalikis wasn’t done with quite yet as he four-bet to 225,000. Loo instantly folded and more chips headed the way of the Aussie.

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Karamalikis Wins Big, Railbird Falls off Chair

Hand #95

Jay Loo folded the button and Bryan Piccioli raised to 52,000 from the small blind. Jonathan Karamalikis called from the big blind and the dealer flipped over a 2 8#qh flop. Piccioli let for 65,000 here and Karamalikis called.

A 9 hit the turn and Piccioli said something to Karamalikis before betting 123,000. Karamalikis then appeared to try and raise. Apparently Karamalikis had checked out of turn, and despite trying to move all in here, he had to simply make the call as the ruling stated that by acting out of turn, he forfeited his right to raise. The dealer then completed the river with a 4. Piccioli checked here and Karamalikis bet 300,000. Piccioli quickly folded and Karamalikis picked up the handy pot.

The crowd went wild as Karamalikis raked in the pot. So wild in fact, that someone in the crowd fell off their chair. We can’t confirm it, but it appears it may have been Karamalikis’s father. Or at least an odler gentlemen who was definitely part of Karamalikis's rail. 

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Passing chips around

Hand #92

Jay Loo opened to 40,000 from the button, but Jonathan Karamalikis popped it up to 100,000 from the big blind. Loo thought for a bit but let it go.

Hand #93

The button was with Bryan Piccioli who raised to 45,000. Jay Loo called in the big blind to see a flop of 7 6 4. Loo was first to act and he led out with a bet of 45,000. Piccioli tossed out calling chips and the 9 fell on the turn.

Loo fired again for 100,000 and this time Piccioli quickly folded as Loo raked in the pot.

Hand #94

Jonathan Karamalikis raised the button to 40,000 with Bryan Piccioli making the call in the big blind to see a flop of 9 6 8. Piccioli checked to Karamalikis who bet around 50,000 but before they hit the felt, Piccioli’s cards were in the muck.

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More Three-Handed Fun

Hand #89

Jay  Loo was on the button and let his hand go. Bryan Piccioli raised to 52,000 from the small blind and Jonathan Karamalikis folded the big blind.

Hand #90

Bryan Piccioli opened the button 45,000 and Jonathan Karamalikis folded the small blind, while Jay Loo called out of the big blind.

On the J Q T flop, Loo checked and Piccioli bet 32,000. Loo made the call and a scary K hit the turn. Loo led this time, making it 40,000 to go. When Piccioli called, the dealer completed the board with an innocent looking 5 on the river. Loo kept up his aggression, betting 120,000 here. Piccioli hesitated for only moment, before raising to 255,000. Loo quickly called and tabled A A, while Piccioli held #ah4, with both players having the straight to chop the pot.

Hand #91

Jonathan Karamalikis was on the button and raised it up to 40,000. Bryan Piccioli was the lone caller out of the big blind. Both players checked the 7 5 J flop, just as they did on the J turn. The river was a 4 and both players checked. Karamalikis tabled his A 4, which was enough to win the hand. 

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Keeping it small

Hand #84

Bryan Piccioli raised to 45,000 on the button and took it down uncontested.

Hand #85

From the blinds, Bryan Piccioli and Jay Loo saw a cheap flop of 2 2 A and both players checked.  Loo led out for 20,000 on the 4 turn and Piccioli called as the J landed on the river.

Loo’s river bet of 35,000 was quickly called but Piccioli mucked when Loo showed A T for two pair.

Hand #86

Jay Loo had the button and came in with a raise to 40,000. Jonathan Karamalikis made the call in the big blind to see a flop of 2 4 K. Karamalikis checked and Loo bet 35,000 which was good to collect the pot as Karamalikis tossed his cards to the dealer.

Hand #87

Jonathan Karamalikis raised to 50,000 from the small blind and Jay Loo didn’t fight it as he folded his big blind.

Hand #88

Jonathan Karamalikis held the button and he raised it up.  The blinds folded and Karamalikis collected another pot.

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Dong and Czar Battling

Hand #80

Jonathan Karamalikis opened the action to 40,000. Jay Loo three-bet to 105,000 and the action was back on Karamalikis, who decided to let his hand go.

Hand #81

Bryan Piccioli raised it up from the small blind and Jonathan Karamalikis folded the big blind, sending the small pot to Piccioli.

Hand #82

Folded to Jonathan Karamalikis in the small blind, he put the extra chips in to make the call. Jay Loo was in the big blind and made it 45,000 more to go. Karamalikis made the call and the dealer turned over a 7 8 5 flop. Karamalikis was first to act and checked, while Loo bet 55,000. Back on Karamalikis and he would raise it up to 120,000. That bet was too much for Loo as Karamalikis scooped the pot.

Hand #83

Jay Loo folded the button and Bryan Piccioli raised it up to 52,000 from the small blind. Jonathan Karamalikis called out of the big blind. The A A 8 flop was spread on the felt and Piccioli put in a continuation bet of 48,000. Karamalikis flicked out a call and an A was flipped over on the turn. This time Piccioli led out for 130,000 and Karamalikis thought for quite some time before calling.

The board was completed with a 3 on the river and Piccioli checked. Karamalikis also quickly checked and then mucked when Piccioli tabled Q Q –for a full house. 

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Huge double up for Jono

Hand #79

Bryan Piccioli opened to 45,000, before Jonathan Karamalikis moved all in for around 375,000.  Jay Loo quickly called as Piccioli moved out of the way.

Karamalikis: 5 5
Loo: K K

Karamalikis was in trouble but the crowd gave a roar when the board ran out A 4 6 5 Q. Karamalikis spikes his two outer for a big double up!  Karamalikis is back in business now with around 750,000 in chips.

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Back With Counts

The three players are back from their quick break. Below is thier chip counts.

Bryan Piccioli - 1,674,000
Jay Loo - 1,207,000
Jonathan Karamalikis - 386,000

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Double Dong Time

Hand #75

Jay Loo was on the button when he raised it up. The blinds got out of the way and the rich got richer.

Hand #76

Bryan Piccioli was on the button and raised to 35,000. Jay Loo called from the big blind. The 6 9 Q flop would see Loo check and Piccioli bet – enough to win the pot.

Hand #77

Jonathan Karamalikis moved all in from the button and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #78

Jay Loo opened the button and Jonathan Karamalikis promptly moved all in for around 200,000 from the big blind. Loo made a quick call and the two players turned their hands over.

Karamalikis: A 9
Loo: K Q

The local crowd called for an ace as a 7 2 J flop was spread on the felt. When a T hit the turn, they changed their tune and cheered for a deuce. It wasn’t a two, but a 7 on the river was just as safe as Karamalikis raked in the double up. 

Quick Break

The players have gone on a quick two-minute toilet break. 

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Piccioli picks off Loo

Hand #71

As Jay Loo was still stacking his chips, Bryan Piccioli took down the next pot with a preflop raise.

Hand #72

Jay Loo raised to 32,000 and took it down uncontested.

Hand #73

Bryan Piccioli raised to 35,000 from the button and Jonathan Karamalikis three-bet to 82,000 from the small blind. Jay Loo folded his big blind but Piccioli made the call in position.

The flop arrived 9 T 4 and Karamalikis led out with a small bet of 65,000, leaving himself a touch over 200,000 more behind. Piccioli flat called and the turn brought the K.

Karamalikis checked and Piccioli tapped the table behind to see the 5 appear on the river. Karamalikis checked once again and Piccioli thought briefly before splashing the pot with enough chocolate chips to put his opponent all in. Karamalikis was having none of it as he folded to save his last chips for a better spot.

Hand #74

Jay Loo limped the small blind and Bryan Piccioli checked his option in the big blind to see a cheap flop of 7 3 5. Loo checked and Piccioli bet 25,000. Loo responded with a check-raise to 52,000, but Piccioli made the call to see the 8 on the turn.

Loo continued his aggression with a bet of 65,000 on the turn, but Bryan Piccioli quickly called as the A completed the board on the river. Loo didn’t slow down, sliding 110,000 into the middle but Piccioli instantly called and opened 3 7 for two pair which was too good for Loo’s J 7 one pair.

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World Champ Duhamel Out in 4th

Jonathan Duhamel - 4th Place
Jonathan Duhamel - 4th Place

Hand #70

Jonathan Duhamel was first to act and opened to 35,000. The action was folded to Jay Loo in the big blind and he three-bet to 86,000. Back on Duhamel and he opted to make the call.

On the 8 2 Q flop, Loo led for 66,000 and Duhamel made the call. The A would hit the turn and Loo would again lead, this time for 120,000. Back on Duhamel and he made the call as the dealer turned over a T on the river. Loo moved all in and Duhamel quickly called all in.

At showdown, Loo tabled Q Q and Duhamel sort of sighed flicking his A-8 into the muck and exiting the tournament area in 4th place for a $71,870 collect.  

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Silencing the crowd

Hand #67

Bryan Piccioli raised it up to an unknown amount. It didn’t matter as the blinds quickly folded.

Hand #68

Play folded to Jonathan Duhamel in the small blind and he announced a raise to 41,000. Bryan Piccioli isn’t one who likes to give up his big blind and he made the call to see a flop of K 8 Q. Duhamel led out with a bet of 41,000 but Piccioli popped it up to 111,000. It was too much for Duhamel who tossed his cards into the muck.

Hand #69

Jay Loo raised to 32,000 and Jonathan Karamalikis made the call in the big blind to take a 5 3 8 flop. Karamalikis checked to Loo who bet 35,000. Karamalikis matched that amount and the J appeared on the turn.

Karamalikis tapped the table and Loo released a second barrel, this time for 86,000. Karamalikis reached for the chocolate 25,000-denomination chips, cut them down and appeared set for a raise but decided against it, instead opting to just flat call.

The river was the Q and Karamalikis checked for a third time. Loo pondered for a good minute before firing barrel number three. It was worth 180,000 and Karamalikis instantly called. Loo showed A 7 for the nut flush, which was too strong for the Aussie who flashed some paint before tossing his cards into the muck.  The local crowd was dead silent as Karamalikis is now on the short stack.

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Walking, Walking, Walking

Hand #62

The first hand of four-handed play would see the action folded to Bryan Piccioli on the button and he would raise it up to 35,000. Jonathan Karamalikis called out of the small blind and the big blind would fold.

Both players checked the Q 9 T flop and a Q would hit the turn. This time Karamalikis would lead out with bet, which was enough to scare Piccioli out of the hand.

Hand #63

All the players folded around to Bryan Piccioli in the big blind and he scooped up the walk.

Hand #64

Jonathan Karamalikis opened it up and the rest of the table got out of the way as Karamalikis added some blinds and antes to his stack.

Hand #65

Jonathan Duhamel opened the button to 32,000 and yet again we would see no action as Duhamel picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #66

Folded to Bryan Piccioli on the button, he raised it up to 32,000. Jay Loo called out of the big blind and the dealer turned over a 2 J 7 flop. Loo checked and Piccioli bet 45,000. Loo let his hand go and the pot went to Piccioli.

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Ausmus out in 5th place

Jeremy Ausmus eliminated in 5th place
Jeremy Ausmus eliminated in 5th place

Hand #58

Jeremy Ausmus was first to speak and he declared himself all in for 311,000. The table folded around and he padded his stack with the blinds and antes.

Hand #59

Jay Loo had the button and he opened with a standard raise which was enough to take it down uncontested.

Hand #60

It was Jonathan Duhamel’s turn on the button and he raised to 32,000. The blinds gave it up and Duhamel raked in the pot.

Hand #61

Jay Loo opened the action with a raise to 32,000, but this time Jeremy Ausmus responded with a shove for a little over 300,000. Play passed back to Loo who quickly called!

Loo: A J
Ausmus: A 7

Ausmus was in bad shape with a dominated ace, and despite pairing his seven, the board ultimately ran out 4 J 7 Q 5. Loo’s jacks took it down as Ausmus finishes in 5th place for AU$54,337 in prize money.

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Karamalikis Wins a Few

Hand #53

Jonathan Karamalikis had the button when the players at the table gave Jonathan Duhamel a walk.

Hand #54

Folded around to Jay Loo on the button and he would raise to 32,000. The blinds folded and Loo scooped up the pot.

Hand #55

Jonathan Karamalikis opened to 32,000 from under the gun and Bryan Piccioli called out of the big blind. On the 9 K 3 flop, Piccioli checked and Karamalikis threw out a bet. Piccioli folded and the pot went to Karamalikis.

Hand #56

Jonathan Duhamel opened to 32,000 from the cutoff. Only Jonathan Karamalikis called out of the big blind. The dealer turned over a A 3 7 flop. Both players checked and a 6 was dealt on the turn. Karamalikis paused before betting 30,000. Duhamel folded and “MONSTER DONG” picked up another pot.

Hand #57

Jonathan Duhamel opened the pot to 32,000 again and Bryan Piccioli called from the button. The blinds got out of the way and a 2 9 5 flop was spread on the felt. Duhamel checked and Piccioli bet 45,000. Duhamel opted to let his hand go, sending the pot to Piccioli. 

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Great call by Piccioli

Hand #49

The action folded to Jonathan Duhamel who limped from the small blind but Jeremy Ausmus was having none of that as he moved all in from the big blind to take it down.

Hand #50

Jonathan Duhamel had the button and he raised it to 32,000. Bryan Piccioli made the call in the big blind to see a flop of 2 9 4. Piccioli checked and Duhamel tossed out a bet of 37,000. Piccioli wasn’t interested and Duhamel collected the pot.

Hand #51

Jay Loo started with a raise to 32,000 from under the gun. Bryan Piccioli put in a three-bet from the small blind to 85,000 and action folded back to Loo.  He thought for a moment and then made the call to see the flop of T Q 9.

Piccioli led out for 60,000 and again Loo took a moment to size up his options. He decided calling was the best plan as the 5 appeared on the turn. Piccioli checked it over to Loo who asked for a count of his opponent’s stack before also tapping the table.

The river produced the 4 and Piccioli checked it over to Loo. He reached for big chips and decided to bet a hefty 200,000. Now it was Piccioli’s turn in the tank. He’d acted very quickly so far on this final table, but this decision had him clearly perplexed as he took a minute or two before making the call. Loo could only show ace high as Piccioli’s T 8 for a pair of tens was enough to take down one of the biggest pots of this final table.

Hand #52

Jonathan Duhamel opened with a raise and Jay Loo called in the big blind to see a flop of 7 A 7.  Loo checked and Duhamel’s bet of 27,000 was good to take it down.

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Back From Break

The players are back from their quick break. Below is how the remaining five players currently stack up.

Seat 3: Jay Loo – 818,000
Seat 4: Jonathan Duhamel – 715,000
Seat 5: Jeremy Ausmus – 337,000
Seat 7: Bryan Piccioli – 784,000
Seat 9: Jonathan Karamalikis – 635,000

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Loo gets funky before the break

Hand #47

Jeremy Ausmus opened with a raise to 25,000 and action folded to Jay Loo who made the call in the big blind. The flop landed 4 T 6 and both players checked.  The 3 appeared on the turn and again it was check, check.

The river was the K and Loo checked for a third time. Ausmus decided to check behind with ace-high but it wasn’t enough as the pot was pushed to Loo.  We didn’t get to see his cards, but we assume it was a small pair.

Hand #48

The action folded around to Jay Loo in the small blind and he decided to call. It was the first passive play of the final table and Jonathan Duhamel was having none of it as he popped it up another 31,000 in the big blind. Loo made the call and they took a flop of K 5 2.

Loo checked and Duhamel bet 32,000. Loo made the call and the turn brought the K. Loo took his time before reaching for chips and splashing 61,000 into the middle. It was an interesting line from Loo and Duhamel gave it some thought before making the call.

The river was the 8 and Loo came out firing again, sliding a stack of yellow worth 86,000 into the pot. Duhamel deliberated for a moment before giving it up.

Break

The five remaining players are now taking their first fifteen minute break of the day.

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Monster Dong Getting Busy

Hand #42

Folded to Bryan Piccioli in the cutoff, he opened it to 25,000. Jonathan Karamalikis was in the small blind and he three-bet to 66,000. Piccioli folded and Karamalikis added more chips to his stack.

Hand #43

Jeremy Ausmus was under the gun when he opened to 26,000. Jonathan Karamalikis called from the button, along with Jay Loo from the small blind. Jonathan Duhamel folded out of the big blind.

On the A Q 9 flop, Loo led with a bet and his two opponents folded.

Hand #44

Folded around to Jonathan Duhamel in the small blind, he raised to 31,000. Jeremy Ausmus folded the big blind and Duhamel added some more chips to his stack.

Hand #45

Jonathan Karamalikis opened it up to 26,000 and all the players folded as he scooped up the blinds and antes.

Hand #46

Jay Loo opened it up to 24,000 from under the gun, at which point Jonathan Duhamel three-bet to 53,000 from the cutoff. On Jonathan Karamalikis in the big blind, he would take his time before cold four-betting to 135,000. Loo folded and it was back on Duhamel, who let his hand go to see Karamalikis add more chips to his growing stack. 

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Putt perishes

Graeme Putt eliminated in 6th place
Graeme Putt eliminated in 6th place

Hand #38

Jay Loo had the button and he made it 24,000 to go. Both blinds folded and Loo collected the pot.

Hand #39

Jay Loo decided to try and keep the momentum going as he raised again to 24,000. It didn’t get through as Bryan Piccioli defended in the big blind. The flop landed 7 5 6 and Piccioli checked it over to Loo who bet 35,000. Piccioli made the call.

The 2 appeared on the turn and Piccioli checked again. We’ve noticed that Loo doesn’t do anything quickly, which is nice for us bloggers! After a minute or two of deliberation, Loo bet 50,000 and Piccioli instantly folded.

Hand #40

It was three in a row for Jay Loo as he made it 24,000 to go. Play folded around the table and Loo collected the blinds and antes.

Hand #41

Action folded to Jeremy Ausmus in the cutoff and he raised it to 25,000. Bryan Piccioli called from the button and Graeme Putt came along in the small blind, but Jonathan Karamalikis wasn’t going to keep it friendly as he raised to 87,000 from the big blind. Ausmus and Piccioli quickly folded but Putt then sprung to live as he declared himself all in.  It was roughly 150,000 or so in total, so Karamalikis was happy enough with the price to call.

Putt: Q T
Karamalikis: 4 5

The flop was a bare A 7 8 but Putt paired up the Q turn and looked set for a double up, but incredibly the 6 landed on the river to give Karamalikis the straight to land the knockout blow! Putt takes home AU$41,610 for 6th place.

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Crowd Finally Cheers

Hand #34

Jeremy Ausmus had the button when Jay Loo opened the action to 24,000. Folded to Ausmus, he asked Loo how much he had. Ausmus called and it was on Piccioli in the small blind, who three-bet to 78,000. Back on Loo and he would make the call. Ausmus folded and the dealer turned over a 8 5 8 flop. Piccioli led for 85,000 here and Loo thought for a few moments before counting out a call. Eventually he opted to add those chip back to his stack, folding his hand and sending the pot to Piccioli.

Hand #35

With the button on Piccioli, Jonathan Duhamel opened it up from the hijack. The rest of the table folded and Duhamel took down the pot.

Hand #36

Folded to Graeme Putt on the button, he raised it up to 25,000. Loo was in the big blind and moved all in, putting Putt to a decision. Putt opted to folded and Loo scooped up the pot.

Hand #37

Jeremy Ausmus opened to 26,000 from under the gun. Folded around to Jonathan Karamalikis on the button and he would three-bet to 54,000. Back on Ausmus and he stared Karamalikis down as he contemplated the next move. Eventually he made the call and the dealer flipped over a 7 8 A flop. Ausmus checked and Karamalikis bet 45,000. That was enough to scare off Ausmus and for the first time the crown erupted with applause as Karamalikis raked in the pot. 

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Slow and steady

Hand #29

Bryan Piccioli had the button, but action folded around to Graeme Putt in the small blind who popped it up to 31,000.  Jonathan Karamalikis gave him a glance before releasing his big blind.

Hand #30

Jonathan Duhamel raised to 24,000 and again he met no resistance as the table folded quickly. Mark down another pot for Duhamel.

Hand #31

Jeremy Ausmus started things off with a raise to 26,000 from under the gun.  Jonathan Karamalikis cut down his chips on the button before folding, as did Jay Loo in the small blind, but Jonathan Duhamel defended his big blind with a call.

The flop was spread 2 7 5 and Duhamel checked it over to Ausmus who continuation bet for 31,000.  Duhamel let it go and Ausmus raked in the pot.

Hand #32

Jay Loo had the button and opened with a raise.  The blinds let it go and Loo took down the blinds and antes.

Hand #33

Jonathan Karamalikis opened to 25,000 from early position and Bryan Piccioli made the call in the big blind to see a flop of 8 3 9.  Piccioli check-called for 25,000 and the Q appeared on the turn.  Both players tapped the table to see the 5 land on the river.

Piccioli led out with a bet of 48,000 and the lone Aussie hope let it go.

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KiwiG Adds to His Short Stack

Hand #24

Jonathan Karamalikis had the button and raised it up to 25,000 when the action was folded around to him. The blinds also folded and Karamalikis raked in the pot. 

Hand #25

Jay Loo had the button when Bryan Piccioli opened the pot to 26,000 from middle position. Jonathan Duhamel was the lone caller from the small blind.

On the A J 6 flop, Duhamel checked and Piccioli bet 32,000. The turn was a 5 and Duhamel again checked before Piccioli also tapped the table. A 4 completed the board on the river and both players checked.

Duhamel turned over J 9 for a pair of jacks, while Piccioli’s pair of fives went into the muck. Duhamel is still well and truly the chip leader.

Hand #26

Folded to Graeme Putt he would move all in and receive no action from the table as he picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #27

Jonathan Duhamel had the button when Graeme Putt opened the action to 40,000 from under the gun. The table once again got out of the way of “KiwiG” and he added to his short stack.

Hand #28

Jay Loo was under the gun plus one when he opened to up 24,000. Action folded to Graeme Putt in the big blind and he made the call.

Flop: A 9 7

Putt checked here and Loo bet 26,000. Putt folded and Loo scooped up the pot. 

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Oh no for Yogo

Iori Yogo eliminated in 7th place
Iori Yogo eliminated in 7th place

Hand #21

Jonathan Duhamel raised it up to 24,000 and again was able to successfully take down the blinds and antes.

Hand #22

Once again it was Jonathan Duhamel pushing the action with a raise to 24,000 from the hijack position.  It seems that no one wants to play against the World Champ as again they all let it go as Duhamel keeps chipping up with little opposition.

Hand #23

Jay Loo opened 24,000 from under the gun before Iori Yogo moved all in from the big blind.  Loo made a quick call and the cards were on their backs:

Yogo: A 2
Loo: A J

The board was spread K 8 8 3 6 to see Yogo’s defiant run brought to an end in 7th place.

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One for Duhamel and One for Piccioli

Hand #19

The first hand of the new level (21 -6,000/12,000/2,000) would see Jay Loo have the button. All the players folded around to Jonathan Duhamel in the small blind and he raised it up to 31,000. Jeremy Ausmus was in the big blind and made the call.

Flop: J 9 7

Duhamel was first to act and put in a continuation bet of 38,000. Ausmus called and a 6 hit the turn. Duhamel led again here, this time for 77,000. Ausmus decided to fold and Duhamel scooped up the pot.

Hand #20

With the button on Jonathan Duhamel, the action would fold around to Jay Loo in the cutoff and he would open it up to 24,000. Action folded to Bryan Piccioli in the big blind and he made the call.

On the 5 6 2 flop, Piccioli checked and Loo paused before betting 22,000. Back on Piccioli and he made the call. The dealer turned over a 9 and Piccioli once again checked. Loo also checked and a 2 was dealt on the river. Piccioli checked and so too did Loo.

At showdown, Loo showed A 3 and Piccioli scooped up the pot with his A 8

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Duhamel gets involved

Hand #14

The button was with Jeremy Ausmus but it was Jay Loo who made the first raise to 20,000.  It was enough to take it down.

Hand #15

Jonathan Duhamel opened from the hijack position to 20,000. Once again, that was enough to take down the blinds and antes uncontested.

Hand #16

Jonathan Duhamel opened for the second hand in a row to 20,000. It was an instant replay as again his opponents all stepped out of the way.

Hand #17

For the third hand in a row, Jonathan Duhamel opened with a raise to 20,000.  This time Iori Yogo put up some resistance with a three-bet for all of his chips from the small blind.  Duhamel quickly gave it up to give Yogo the pot.

Hand #18

Jeremy Ausmus was under the gun and he came in with a raise to 20,000.  The action passed around the table and Ausmus took it down.

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Ausmus Adds More During the Next Five Hands

Hand #9

Graeme Putt started the hand with the button and when the action was folded to him, he moved all in. Jonathan Karamalikis and Iori Yogo folded from the blinds and Putt scooped up the pot.

Hand #10

With the button on Jonathan Karamalikis, it was Bryan Piccioli who opened the pot with a min-raise from the hijack. The rest of the table folded and Piccioli raked in the blinds and antes.

Hand #11

Folded around to Jay Loo in the small blind, he raised it up to 25,000. Jonathan Duhamel was in the big blind and flicked out the call.

On the 7 9 6 flop, Loo checked and Duhamel studied his opponent’s stack before betting 24,000. That was enough to scare Loo off as Duhamel scooped up the pot.

Hand #12

The table folded around to Jeremy Ausmus in the big blind and took the walk.

Hand #13

Jonathan Karamalikis opened the pot to 20,000 and Jonathan Duhamel called from the button. Jeremy Ausmus thought hard from the small blind before three-betting to 73,000. Back on Karamalikis and he would fold. Next to act was Duhamel and he opted to also let his cards go as Ausmus added more chips to his stack. 

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Ausmus gets active

Hand #5

Jonathan Duhamel made a raise from the small blind and won the pot without resistance.

Hand #6

Jay Loo opened with a raise from the cutoff position to 20,000 before Jeremy Ausmus three-bet to 53,000 from the small blind.  Action folded back to Loo who gave the decision some thought before putting in a four-bet to what appeared to be 90,000.  Ausmus wasn’t done with quite yet as he five-bet to 133,000!  It seems that these players came to play!

Loo again took his time but eventually opted to give it up as Ausmus collected a nice pot preflop.

Hand #7

Jonathan Karamalikis min-raised to 20,000 from under the gun before Iori Yogo moved all in.  Yogo was all in for 128,000, but Karamalikis decided to let it go.

Hand #8

Jeremy Ausmus opened the action with a raise to 20,000 and action folded to Graeme Putt who made the call to see a flop of A T 3.

Putt was first to act and he checked it over to Ausmus who bet 25,000.  Putt reached for chips but decided to pass as Ausmus raked in another pot.

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Peter Kleudgen Sent Home in 8th

Peter Kleudgen - 8th Place
Peter Kleudgen - 8th Place

Hand #4

Iori Yogo started the hand with the button. Jonathan Karamalikis opened it up to 20,000 from the hijack and Peter Kleudgen moved all in for his short stack from the cutoff. Karamalikis made the call and we had another player quickly at risk.

Kleudgen: A T
Karamalikis: 7 8

Board: Q 4 8 8 9

Karamalikis flopped his pair to take the lead and by the time the turn had been dealt, Kleudgen was drawing dead. Just like that, we are down to seven players. 

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1, 2, 3, Ryan Otto out in 9th

Hand #1

The button started with Graeme Putt in Seat 8.  Iori Yogo open-jammed his stack from under the gun and action folded around to give first blood to Japan.

Hand #2

Action folded to Bryan Piccioli who opened with a raise 24,000 and Iori Yogo defended with a call in the big blind.

The flop was Q 5 3 and Yogo checked to Piccioli who won the pot with a continuation bet.

Hand #3

Jonathan Duhamel opened to 20,000 before Ryan Otto declared himself all in.  Action folded back  around to Duhamel who was quick to call as we had our first all in of the final table!

Duhamel: A K
Otto: Q Q

The board ran out 9 4 4 5 A with the ace from space arriving on the river to send the tournament of Otto in 9th place.

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Cards in the Air

After a slight delay as the filming crew sorted out the live stream, the players are in their seats, WSOP Tournament Director Jack Effel has introduced everyone and the cards are in the air here at the final table of Event 1: $1,100 No Limit Holdem Accumulator.

There is just over 28 minutes remaining in the current level (20 - 5,000/10,000/1,000)

Let’s start making our way toward crowning the first-ever WSOP APAC champion!

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It's time to award the gold

Final Table of WSOP APAC Event 1
Final Table of WSOP APAC Event 1

Welcome back to Crown Melbourne for our continued coverage of the 2013 WSOP Asia Pacific. Today is an historic day for poker in Australia as we crown the first ever WSOP APAC champion with the $1,100 Accumulator Event set for an exciting conclusion. 

Here's how they will line up:

Seat 1: Peter Kleudgen – 137,000
Seat 2: Iori Yogo – 138,000
Seat 3: Junzhong Loo – 525,000
Seat 4: Jonathan Duhamel  - 537,000
Seat 5: Jeremy Ausmus – 447,000
Seat 6: Ryan Otto – 181,000
Seat 7: Bryan Piccioli – 790,000
Seat 8: Graeme Putt – 216,000
Seat 9: Jonathan Karamalikis – 296,000

Peter Kleudgen is our lone European representative on this WSOP APAC final table.  Kleudgen hails from Germany and his record shows a couple of small cashes in the Philippines and Macau. Whatever happens today, this will be Kleudgen's best ever tournament result.

Japan's Iori Yogo might not yet be a household name but he's making big waves here in Australia with a couple of big results on the local ANZPT tour including a 2nd place in Perth worth AU$72,000.  Yogo's quiet demeanour masks an aggressive game that will be dangerous on this final table.

Junzhong (Jay) Loo hails from Malaysia and has been impressive in this event, but like a few others, this is already his greatest tournament achievement with just a single previous cash at the 2011 Macau Millions.

Jonathan Duhamel is a man who needs no introduction as the 2010 WSOP Main Event champion.  With over US$11 million in career earnings, Duhamel has achieved success all around the globe but this is his first cash in Australia.  Starting today second in chips, Duhamel will be very keen to add a second WSOP gold bracelet to his collection. 

Jeremy Ausmus has been a tournament grinder for many years, amassing quite the poker resume along the way. This event is the 15th time Ausmus has cashed in a WSOP event and if he goes on to win, it will be his first gold bracelet. Ausmus is perhaps best known for finishing 5th in the 2012 WSOP Main Event, for which he collected a massive $2,155,313. 

Hailing from New Zealand, Ryan Otto is one of the least experienced players at the final table, however that doesn’t mean we can count him out. Not surprisingly, this tournament is already Otto’s largest cash, with only a few minor tournament results coming in events in New Zealand. 

Bryan Piccioli is perhaps better known by his online screen name “theczar19” where he has amassed an epic tournament resume with well over $5 million in tracked results. Piccioli is no slouch on the live felt as well, managing lifetime earnings nearing $400,000. This is Piccioli’s second WSOP final table after finishing 7th in a $1,500 No Limit Holdem event as last year’s series.

Graeme “KiwiG” Putt is quite well known around the Asia-Pacific where he has been a tournament regular for several decades. While he hails from New Zealand, he currently calls Melbourne home. Putt will certainly be looking to win the first-ever WSOP APAC bracelet for the old guard of Aussie and Kiwi poker grinders. 

For some poker players it may have been hard to step out of the shadow that is the screen name “MONSTER DONG”, but over the last few years that’s exactly what Jonathan Karamalikis has managed to do. Not only is Karamalikis regarded as one of the most decorated online tournament players in Australia, he has also managed to accumulate almost $2 million in live tournament cashes, including the 2010 APPT Sydney Main Event. The lone Aussie at the final table, Karamalikis will be looking to keep the first WSOP APAC bracelet on home soil.

It should be a cracking final table and a sensational way to kick off the World Series of Poker Asia Pacific in Australia.

The final table is set to commence at 2pm local time.  We'll have live updates here in the blog, but you can also follow along the live video stream with thanks to 888poker.

 


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Event Name Event 1 - $1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Acc.
Venue Crown Casino, Melbourne
Date 4 April 2013
Final Day 8 April 2013
Buy In AU$1,100
Entrants 1085
Prize Pool AU$1,085,000
First Prize AU$211,575
Level Ante Blinds
Level 1 0 25/25
Level 2 0 25/50
Level 3 0 50/100
Level 4 0 75/150
Level 5 0 100/200
Level 6 25 100/200
Level 7 25 150/300
Level 8 50 200/400
Level 9 75 300/600
Level 10 100 400/800
Level 11 100 500/1000
Level 12 200 600/1200
Level 13 200 800/1600
Level 14 300 1000/2000
Level 15 400 1200/2400
Level 16 500 1500/3000
Level 17 500 2000/4000
Level 18 500 3000/6000
Level 19 1000 4000/8000
Level 20 1000 5000/10000
Level 21 2000 6000/12000
Level 22 2000 8000/16000
Level 23 3000 10000/20000
Level 24 4000 12000/24000
Level 25 5000 15000/30000
Level 26 5000 20000/40000
Level 27 5000 25000/50000
Level 28 10000 30000/60000
Level 29 10000 40000/80000
Bryan Piccioli

Bryan Piccioli
wins
AU$211,575

Event 1 - $1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Acc.

Top Money Finishers Prize
1. Bryan Piccioli AU$211,575
2. Jonathan Karamalikis AU$130,743
3. Junzhong Loo AU$96,305
4. Jonathan Duhamel AU$71,870
5. Jeremy Ausmus AU$54,337
6. Graeme Putt AU$41,610
7. Iori Yogo AU$32,268
8. Peter Kleudgen AU$25,335
9. Ryan Otto AU$20,138
10. Ash Gupta AU$16,199