Timeline

Day 4 Table Draw

Table 29
Seat 1: Mikel Habb – 439,000
Seat 2: Daniel Marton – 1,325,000
Seat 3: Russell Thomas – 1,677,000
Seat 4: Tino Lechich – 654,000
Seat 5: Daniel Negreanu – 827,000
Seat 6: Kahle Burns – 1,469,000
Seat 7 : Raj Ramakrishnan – 644,000
Seat 8: Antonio Esfandiari – 1,050,000

Table 31
Seat 1: Yasar Gueden – 385,000
Seat 2: Winfred Yu – 354,000
Seat 3: - - Empty - - 
Seat 4: George Tsatsis – 1,161,000
Seat 5: Jordan Westmorland – 321,000
Seat 6: Michael Pedley – 310,000
Seat 7 : Benny Spindler – 1,505,000
Seat 8: Joel Feldman – 187,000
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15
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Big Double Elimination

A huge double elimination has just occurred over on Table 29. It was three players all in preflop, with George Tsatsis having Todd Terry and Khylon Hanegraf covered. Below is how the cards looked.

Tsatsis: T T
Terry: A K
Hanegraf: Q Q

Hanegraf had the best hand and was looking good to double up, but the T A J 5 8 board would give the big stack, Tsatsis, the goods to send both players to the rail.

As Terry was the shortest stack, he will go down in the record book as having finished in 24th place, while Hanegraf is the 23rd place finisher. 

Level
1
Blinds
50/100
Average Stack
552,273
Players Left
22
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Sat, Apr 13rd, 6:04 am

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30
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Day 1 ends with Negreanu unofficial chip leader

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu likely chip leader

The final cards have been dealt and Day 1 of the first ever WSOP APAC Main Event has drawn to a close.  Approximately 390 players started today and with no information made available to us, we’re only guessing at this point as to how many survived.  A dozen or so tables broke so that would indicate that we lost maybe 100 players.  Official numbers and counts will be made available overnight, but the final numbers won’t be confirmed until registration closes at 8pm tomorrow night.

Unofficially, we’re going to give the end-of-day chip lead to Daniel Negreanu. He had more problems with the air conditioning than he did with his opponents today, with most of his chips coming courtesy of a rivered full house against Jim Collopy's turned straight.  Negreanu amassed 136,050 with Joel Feldman (132,875) and Phil Ivey (123,300) close behind.

Others to survive the day include Sam Trickett, Greg Merson, Erik Seidel, Oliver Speidel, Antonio Esfandiari, Jonathan Karamalikis, Chad Brown, Barry Greenstein, Phil Hellmuth and Tony Hachem.

Play resumes at 2pm local time, so join us again for live and exclusive updates from the 2013 World Series of Poker Asia Pacific.

How Social Media and Technology are Changing Poker

The poker world is always changing, always evolving but in recent years the biggest developments are coming by way of new technology and the exploding popularity of social media.

We speak with poker Twitter king Daniel Negreanu plus Jess Wellman and Jonno Pittock from the WSOP live stream to shed some light on how these new tools are changing the poker world.


Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Six Hands Left

Chips
Last chance for Day 1 chips.

 

The remaining players in today's field are playing six more hands before they bag up for the night.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Gill Doubles Late

Oliver Gill
Gill doubles

The hand started with a player opening to 850 from middle position and finding a call from the player on the button.  Oliver Gill was on the big blind, and also called, to see the flop come 4 K Q. Gill checked, as the original better continued for 1,500. The player on the button then re-raised to 4,150 before he was quickly met with another raise to 11,100 from Gill. The first player got out of the way and the other called to see the J on the turn.

Gill threw in another 15,000 in chips, and waited for a minute for his opponent to call. When the 3 fell on the river, Gill didn’t hesitate, throwing in his last 15,000 in chips. His opponent reluctantly called for less and mucked his cards when Gill tabled 4 4 for a set of fours.

Gill now sits on 80,000 in chips.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Obst out

James Obst
James Obst

We noticed that the seat belonging to online phenom James Obst was now vacant, but fortunately tablemate Kristian Lunardi filled in the details.

Obst three-bet jammed for 9,500 with pocket tens, but the original raiser made the call with queen-jack.  A queen on the flop was enough to better Obst’s pair to send him to an early exit.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Freezing balls

“We’re freezing balls over here! 18 freezing balls!” exclaimed Daniel Negreanu as he leapt from his table to take a walk.

It appears that the air conditioner problems are not improving, even with the addition of the radiant Phil Hellmuth to the table.

In between hands Negreanu is walking around looking for some warmth, while making sure that the floor staff know all about it.

“At least you’re not on Table 23 or 14,” came the reply from one friendly floor staff. “They are even colder!”

This table is obviously attracting a fair rail as they squeeze up against the nearby wall to get as close to the larger than life characters of Negreanu and Hellmuth here at the WSOP APAC.  Hopefully the body warmth helps.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Fashionably late

Phil Hellmuth
Phil Hellmuth

We've got a late entry to the tournament.

Can you guess who it is?

Here are three hints: he's always late, he's tall and his name's Phil Hellmuth.

The man with 13 bracelets showed up with just one hour left in Day 1. Hellmuth also happened to get seated at the same table as Daniel Negreanu and an Aussie contingent including Will Jones, Emanuel Seal, Raj Ramakrisnan and David Steicke.

Negreanu was complaining to the floor about the air conditioning when Hellmuth showed up. The flow had apparently gotten much stronger and the tournament staff said there was nothing they could do, it was needed to cool down the massive nine-screened television directly behind Negreanu.

But Hellmuth's arrival distracted Kid Poker from the temperature.

"You just jumping in now?" Negreanu asked Hellmuth when he took a seat. 

Hellmuth nodded. 

Negreanu then stood up, walked over to Phil Ivey's table and started rapping.

"Remember that," Negreanu asked Ivey after he was done. "From back in the day."

Hellmuth went to Ivey's table as well and greeted the 9-time bracelet winner.

Negreanu sat back down and redirected his attention to a woman on the rail.

"Pretzel girl," Negreanu said pointing at her.  "You're not Jamie…"

"Samantha," Samantha said.

The two then got to know each other a bit better, talking over a tournament table and a few railbirds. Samantha was not married, but had been before, just like Negreanu.

"Who needs one?" Samantha asked referring to husbands.

"I don't," Negreanu said. "I certainly don't need a husband."

Samantha giggled, they chatted a bit more and Hellmuth put on some headphones. 

Play continues. 

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Warne Dismissed

Shane Warne
Warne Out

We caught the action with the flop reading 7 T 8 and Shane Warne committing his remaining 7,800 in chips into the middle, and finding a caller.

Warne: 8 3
Opponent: 9 9

Warne was in trouble, as he needed to find an eight or three to double-up. However, the 4 on the turn and Q on river were no help, as Warne exited the tournament floor midway through the last level of play.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Esfandiari Rising

Antonio Esfandiari
Esfandiari climbing

Antonio Esfandiari got things rolling by opening to 1,000 from under the gun and finding a call from the player in late position, as well as Stevan Chew in the small blind. The flop came 9 Q 7 as Chew checked over to Esfandiari. He casually bet out 2,100 and was called by both players as the 3 fell on the turn. Chew would again check over to Esfandiari who didn’t slow down, throwing out 4,125 in chips, bringing a fold from both his opponents.

Esfandiari has quickly risen to 45,000 as Chew falls to just below the starting stack.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Three aces no good

Tony Hachem was in the big blind and called a raise from the button, bringing an A J K flop. 

Hachem checked and the button bet out 1,100. Hachem was sitting with A 9 and raised. The button called and the A came on the turn. 

The button bet 2,500 when checked to Hachem called, bringing  the 7 came on the river. Hachem checked again and the button bet 12,000.

Hachem called with trip aces only to have the button turn over kings for a full house. Hachem is now down to about 30,000.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Bellande Takes From Huang

Bryan Huang
Huang second best against Bellande

The action started with Jean-Robert Bellande opening to 1,050 from middle position and getting a call from Bryan Huang in the big blind. The flop came T 3 8 as Huang check-called a continuation bet of 2,000 as the Q fell on the turn. Huang would again check-call a bet of 3,000 to see the 3 complete the board. Nothing changed as Huang check-snap-called a final bet of 7,000 from Bellande, only to muck his cards as the J 9 was tabled for the nut-straight.

Bellande moves up to 50,000 after the hand as Huang drops down to 24,000 in chips.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Last Level of the day

The players are back in action with ninety more minutes left to play before we call it a day.

We don't have any official word on total number of entrants but Crown have indicated that around 390 players have entered the WSOP APAC Main Event so far. Registration is open until 8pm tomorrow night so it's not too late if you want to catch a quick flight to Melbourne for a shot at WSOP glory.

Level
5
Blinds
200/400
Ante
50
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Negreanu doubles on break

Daniel Negreanu
Negreanu at the WSOP APAC Main Event

Daniel Negreanu doubled up to a large crowd of players on break.

There were 10 minutes left in the final break of the day and Negreanu and Jim "Mr_BigQueso" were involved in a hand for all of Negreanu's chips.

It started when Negreanu raised to 675 from UTG on the last hand of the level. The player to Negreanu's left called and Collopy did the same from the button. The big blind called as well and the flop came 6 8 9.

The big blind checked and Negreanu bet 1,700. Only Collopy called and a J came on the turn.

Negreanu bet 3,300 and Collopy raised to 8,800. We were a few minutes into the break and a crowd was starting to form around the table. 

Negreanu called and the 6 came on the river. Negreanu checked and Collopy grabbed a stack of yellows worth 45,000 and put them in the middle.

The bet was enough to put Negreanu all-in but Kid Poker called instantly, showing J J for a full house. Collopy turned over Q T for the queen-high straight.

Collopy paid Negreanu's 29,050 all-in with 30,000 and left for what was left of the break. The dealer gave Collopy two green T25 chips back but Negreanu stopped him.

"29,050," Negreanu said. "He needs more than 50 back."

The confusion was sorted out and the dealer told Negreanu he was right. The Canadian pro tossed Collopy's unmanned stack an extra 900.

"Don't want bad karma. Integrity and honesty, that's what I'm all about," Negreanu said to the handful of people surrounding the table.

Negreanu is now up to 81,775.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Final Break

 

The remaining players are on their final 15-minute break of the morning.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Chip leaders emerge

Luke Edwards is battling hard on his table but he just filled us in on some details on two of the biggest stacks in the room.  One belongs to Nai Hu who is sitting on Edwards direct left.  Edwards described the action on his table as “crazy” and told us that Hua won a big pot with a huge river check-raise that went uncalled.

While Edwards was sitting tight trying to avoid the carnage, he said that his good friend Joel Feldman was in cruise control on the other side of the room. According to Edwards, Feldman was enjoying his table to further compound Edwards’ frustrations!

Feldman and Hu both have about 130,000 to be our chip leaders with Phil Ivey lurking close behind with around 100,000.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Empty chair, Empty Bottle

Jan Suchanek
Jan Suchanek

Jan Suchanek's Main Event run is over. 

Stuart Kerr raised to 2,000 from early position and a player called from middle position. Suchanek raised to 6,000 from the small blind and the initial raiser four-bet to 12,000. 

There was a fold and action went back to Suchanek, who moved all-in. Kerr wasted no time calling and flipped over K K.

"I've got a few outs," Suchanek said, showing A Q

The board came 3 5 9 6 and Suchanek was eliminated. Suchanek didn't leave the table immediately though, he took time to empty his table-side bottle of Hubert The Stag into his wine glass.

The glass was filled to maximum capacity and Suchanek sipped it to avoid spillage. 

He did manage to empty the bottle though.

"Why don't you fill that up a little more?" Antonio Esfandiari laughed. 

"Well I'm not going to walk around with a bottle of wine like an asshole," Suchanek said, sipping more of his wine.

The table laughed and Suchanek said his goodbyes, leaving his Main Event dreams and empty bottle of wine behind.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Dan Shak Gets a Bigger Sweat from Poker than High Finance (Video)

Commodities trader Dan Shak is used to dealing with millions of dollars through his hedge fund but he told us he gets more of a sweat at the poker table.

Shak has been crushing the high-stakes live tournament circuit, racking up over $5.3 million in earnings since 2004.

We caught the newly-minted Ivey Poker pro on a break to find out what it's like juggling careers in poker and finance while traveling around the world.


Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Sylvia Turned

Jesse Sylvia
Sylvia eliminated

Than Huynh recently informed us of how he eliminated Jesse Sylvia. On a board reading J-4-x-A, Sylvia pushed all in holding J-4 but was turned by Huynh who had A-J. The river bricked to see Huynh move up to 55,000 in chips, as last year’s WSOP Main Event runner-up was sent to the rail.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Fraser Eliminates Saout

Antoine Saout
Saout eliminated

Walking past the table, Berenice Fraser was more than happy to let us know how she eliminated Antoine Saout from the tournament.

The hand started with Fraser opening from the cut-off and finding a call from Shane Warne and Saout in the blinds. The flop came jack-high, and both blinds checked to Fraser who threw in a continuation bet of 700. Warne folded, as Saout called, to see a seven fall on the turn.

Saout then open-shipped for his remaining 8,000 and after thinking for a few minutes, Fraser made the call. Fraser tabled her A-J and was leading the J-9 of Saout. When the river bricked, Fraser would eliminate the 2009 november-niner from the tournament as she moves up to 36,000 in chips.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Warne Takes Out Opponent

We rushed over to Table 49 as soon as we heard the dealer call out ‘all in and call.’ A player was all in for her remaining 8,000 pre-flop, and was called by legendary cricketer Shane Warne.

Warne: A A
Opponent: 7 7

The board ran out 9 4 4 K T to see Warne’s aces hold up against his opponent’s pair of sevens, as he added some valuable chips to his stack.

“I have 25,000 now! Have come back from 9,000,” said Warne happily to our field reporter.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Caught Brown-handed

Chad Brown got caught bluffing.

Brown called from early position along with two other players. The button raised to 1,400, Chad and another player called and the cutoff folded.

All three players checked the 4 6 A flop and a 9 came on the turn. Action was checked to the button who bet 600, Brown raised to 2,200 and the player in middle position folded. The button called and a 6 came on the river. 

Brown bet 6,000 and the button started to count his stack. He looked at his cards and then looked back at his stack.

The he threw in a chip for the call.

Right when the chip fell, Brown patted the table and threw his hand in the muck.

The button turned over A J and Brown was chipped down to 17,000.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Set over set is the right start for Gorr

David Gorr
David Gorr

2011 Aussie Millions champ David Gorr was a late registration into the WSOP APAC Main Event, citing that he wanted to wait until the antes started, but he didn’t waste any time getting busy once he took his seat.  According to Facebook account of Aaron Benton, Gorr made a set of aces to better Benton’s set of nines.  You could say that Benton was, well, venting his frustration.

Benton is still alive with about 14,000 with Gorr up over 40,000.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Team Ivey Pros Clash

Jackie Glazier
Glazier gets the better of Merson

We caught the action with a player in late position opening to 750. Team Ivey Pros Jackie Glazier and Greg Merson called from the blinds to see the flop come 8 4 5. Glazier checked, before Merson bet out 1,225. That was enough to get the original raiser out, but not Glazier, as she made the call to see the 6 fall on the turn. Both players checked as the A completed the board. Glazier then threw out 2,200, producing a quick fold from Merson.

Glazier moves up to 34,0000 after the hand, as Merson drops down to 41,500 in chips.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Trimming the field

Little by little, tables are breaking and the tournament is shrinking. 

The Negreanu, Rettenmaier, Neilson table was scattered through the tournament area. Negreanu is now seated with a WSOP APAC bracelet winner, Jim "Mr_BigQueso" Collopy.

Another table with WSOP APAC final table veterans also disperesed. David Yan, Brendon Rubie, Dan Kelly and Sam Higgs were all seated at the same table for a while. 

Not anymore.

Our first WSOP APAC bracelet winner, Bryan Piccioli, also bounced around a few times. He was moved from a table just a few steps from the Iron Man pinball machine -- prime WSOP APAC real estate -- to another table that broke soon after. 

The table featuring James Obst, Erik Seidel, Antonio Esfandiari and winner of the 2013 EPT/UIKPT NLHE Turbo Win the Button tournament, Jeffrey Rossiter, also broke, leaving that area of the tournament free for cash game players in need of a massage.

We're 30 minutes into Level 4 and there's still been no sighting of Phil Hellmuth, but there's still plenty of time to register and plenty of poker to be played as we continue to trim the field. 

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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They’re starting to fall

Grant Levy
Grant Levy is busto

Australian poker pioneer Darryl “Dazzler” Lanyon is a recent casualty from the WSOP APAC Main Event, coming unstuck with pocket kings on an all-heart flop. Unfortunately Lanyon’s opponent held 8 9 for the flopped flush to end the tournament for Dazzler.

Joining him on the rail was Grant Levy who recently lost his battle with his short stack. Levy committed most of his chips on the turn, before sliding in a few hundred in change on the river on the board of J Q 2 9 6.  Devan Tang was quick to call and opened K T for the nut straight, leaving Levy empty-handed with his Q T.

Other recent eliminations include Martin Kozlov and Antoine Saout.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Ivey, Hachem, Warne Intro WSOP APAC Main Event

The first ever World Series of Poker Asia Pacific main event is up and running with action kicking off this evening in Melbourne. And we got things started with a little help from some big names in poker and sport.

Phil Ivey, Greg Merson, Joe Hachem, Shane Warne and Aussie Rules Football star Heath Shaw all join the WSOP staff on stage to announce shuffle up and deal.

Check out all the footage in this exclusive PokerListings.com video.


Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Kozlov Crippled by Elder

Rupert Elder
Elder gets lucky

The hand started with Martin Kozlov opening to 600 from the hijack, before Kevin Song raised to 1,500. Rupert Elder then four-bet to 3,425, producing a question from Kozlov.

“How much do you have?” asked Kozlov.

“About 12,000,” replied Elder.

Kozlov then moved all in, forcing a fold from Song, before Elder made the quick call to see both players table their cards.

Kozlov: K K
Elder: A K

Elder could only sigh as the window card produced the case king on a T 2 K flop. Elder would have to hit perfect running cards, and that’s exactly what he did, as the J and Q completed the board to give him a straight.

With that hand, Elder was able to double back up to 28,000 as Kozlov dropped down to just 4,150 in chips.  

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Back for more in Level 4

Players are rushing back into the tournament area, many of them with white plastic bags holding delicious smellling things.

The tables are now overflowing with dumplings, soup, pizza and rolls of sushi. There's no dinner break today and Level 4 will introduce antes into the WSOP APAC Main Event. Blinds are 150/300 with a 25 ante.

Level
4
Blinds
150/300
Ante
25
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Break Number Three

 

Players have just gone on their third break of the evening. We'll be back in 15 minutes with more carnage from the felt.

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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Negreanu Channels Freddy Mercury

Daniel Negreanu
Negreanu makes another bite the dust

Daniel Negreanu has been moved to Table 50 but being amongst new faces hasn’t slowed him down one bit. He’s now up to 70,000 after busting out an opponent. It all went down when Negreanu raised it up to 700 preflop on the button. The small blind called before the big blind put the squeeze on with a three-bet to 2275.

Negreanu peeked at how much the big blind had in front, which was about 11,000 in total, before snatching up his own stack and seemingly angrily slapping it down in the middle of the table. The small blind folded and the big blind called.

At showdown it was a classic race between Negreanu’s J J and his opponent’s A K. The dealer turned over a board of 8 8 6 7 Q and Negreanu’s jacks had held.

There was a bit of banter amongst the table after about Negreanu’s angry shove and he explained it by saying he was listening to Queen’s ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ and got carried away.

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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Ivey nears six figures

Phil Ivey
Ivey has a stack again

Phil Ivey is closing in on the 100,000 mark.

The players put in 2,000 preflop to advance. Ivey was in early position, there was a caller in middle position and Jeremy Ausmus was on the big blind. 

There was a 3 Q 4 flop and checks, bringing a 3 on the turn. Ausmus bet 3,100 and Ivey raised to 8,100. Both players called and a J came on the river. 

Ausmus checked, Ivey bet 20,000 and the player in middle position thought while Ivey stared at the large television in front of him. The player then peeked in at Ivey's stack, looked at his and finally called.

The caller mucked when Ivey turned over A 3 for there threes. Ivey now has about 95,000.

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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Levy Can’t Fire Final Bullet

The action started with Grant Levy opening to 625 from middle position and found a call from the player in middle position as well as the big blind. The flop came 5 J 8 and the big blind checked. Levy threw out a continuation bet of 1,100, forcing a fold from the player in middle position. The big blind called, then checked again, as the 8 came on the turn. Levy bet out another 2,450 and was called as both players checked the 4 on the river.

Levy: 3 3
Opponent: 5 A

Levy tabled pocket threes, but lost the hand when his opponent showed his hand for a pair of fives. Even after losing that hand, Levy still sits on 33,000 in chips.

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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Warne and the poker table

Shane Warne
Shane Warne at WSOP APAC

Shane Warne might not have as great a reputation at the poker table as he does on the cricket pitch, but that could all change this weekend if he has a big WSOP APAC Main Event. So far it’s been a good start for Warne, with several pots going his way. Warne was recently on the winning end of a hand on a K A T A 7 board, with Warne and one opponent playing it to showdown. It was a check-call of 1,000 by Warne on the flop and then both players checked the turn and river. When Warne tabled Q T for a pair of tens, he scooped up the pot to continue seeing his stack move well above the start of the day’s action. 

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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Watson Looking Comfortable

Mike Watson
Mike Watson in Melbourne, Australia

Mike “SirWatts” Watson hails from Canada, but is looking very comfortable on the Aussie poker felt, recently scooping a in a huge pot to see his stack more well over 40,000 in chips. We didn’t catch all the action, but we did see Watson betting 13,700 into a pot of over 20,000 with a board showing 4 Q J 3 A. Watson was going up against one opponent and that bet was just about enough to put the player all in. After tanking for a few minutes, the player eventually folded, sending the pot to Watson.

For those unaware with Watson’s exploits in poker, he is a WPT champion with more than $6 million in live tournament winnings on his resume. 

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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A boon for Koon

Jason Koon had about 6,000 left in his stack and 18,000 was in the middle. Players were on the turn and Koon had just bet big, putting the action on his opponent. 

It all started when a player raised to 300 from early position and both the hijack and the small blind called. Koon was in the big blind and re-raised to 1,800.

Everyone called except the small blind and the flop came K 3 T.  Koon pushed a player out of the pot when he bet 3,100 but still got one call, bringing a 4 on the turn. 

Koon led out for 6,200 leaving himself with almost an equal amount of chips. The remaining player in the hijack thought for a bit but opted for the fold.

Koon is now back up to 24,000.

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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Higgs Has Kicker Problems Against Garcia

Sam Higgs called an early position raise of 750 on the button with A 2. The big blind player also came along and it was three-handed to a flop of T A 8.

The original raiser was David Garcia and he threw in a continuation bet of 1200. Higgs decided to either take it down or see where he was at with his pair of aces, making it 3200 to go.

The big blind folded but Garcia wasn’t prepared to let it go just yet. His call brought the J turn and he checked to the last aggressor, but Higgs sensed something was up and checked behind.

Garcia again checked the 4 river, leading Higgs to believe his aces were now good so he threw in a value bet of 4000. However, Garcia quickly called and rolled over A Q to take it down with his aces and queen kicker, moving up to 38,600 in chips.

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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Jean-Robert Bellande Casually Wins

Jean-Robert Bellande
Bellande not fazed

With Bose headphones over his ears, and his eyes glued to a movie on his iPad, Jean-Robert Bellande opened the pot with a bet of 700. The player on the button raised to 1,700 and Bellande made the called to see the flop come 4 9 2.

They both checked to see the 5 fall on the turn, as Bellande led out for 2,200, which was called. The A completed the board, and Bellande didn’t slow down, placing 6,500 into the middle of the table. His opponent sat back for a few minutes, before finally throwing his cards into the muck.

Bellande casually raked in the pot, as his he moves up to 42,000 in chips.  

Level
3
Blinds
150/300
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Speidel Reps the Flush

2012 Aussie Millions Main Event champion Oliver Speidel has finally got something going and is up to 57,000 in chips. It came in a hand just before the break and was a battle of the blinds when the small blind limped and Speidel made it 800 to go from the big blind.

A call saw the dealer spread out a Q 3 7 flop. With action checked to him, Speidel bet another 1000 and a call brought the turn A. This is where things got interesting as Speidel fired another 2200 into the middle and was reraised to 6000, which he called.

The river came a 6 to put a possible club flush out there. The small blind bet strongly for 9000 and Speidel took his time, counting his chips, before jamming for around 32,000. The small blind elected to fold and Speidel took it down without showing.  

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Lucky River for Thomas

Russell Thomas
Russel Thomas at WSOP APAC

A big hand recently developed over on Russel Thomas’s table, with the Team888 member managing a very lucky river to see himself still exist in this tournament. Arriving at the action on the turn of a 6 2 7 4 board, there was already 5,000 in the pot and Thomas was getting his remaining 9,325 in the pot against Julius Colman. Thomas held J J and was looking pretty bleak against the 2 2 of Colman. However, the 5 on the river would give Thomas the flush and enough to send Colman’s set of deuces into the muck.

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Hinrichsen crushed before the break

Just before the break, Andrew Hinrichsen lost a big pot against Ivan Zalac. Zalac recalled to us that a random player opened the pot, before Hinrichsen threw out a three-bet from the button. Zalac then four-bet to 3,100, bringing a fold from the original raiser, before calling a five-bet of 6,150 in chips.

Boht players checked the flop of 3 K 4 as the J fell on the turn. Zalac threw out 6,500 before Hinrichsen committed his remaining 25,000 in chips. Zalac snap-called and both players tabled theirs cards.

Hinrichsen: K T
Zalac: K K

Hinrichsen had top-pair but was drawing dead to the top set held by Zalac. The meaningless T was a consolation for Hinrichsen as he dropped down to 8,500. Zalac rockets up to 45,000 in chips.

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Another level

Players just had 15-minutes to go eat, excrete and take care of all non-poker needs.

They're all back in their chairs now and Level 3 is underway.

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Break Number Two

The players in the WSOP APAC Main Event have been sent on their second break of the day!

See you back here soon for more action from the Crown Poker Room in Melbourne, Australia. 

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Chidwick out early

Stephen Chidwick's WSOP APAC Main Event is over. 

WSOP gold has evaded Chidwick's wrist again. We saw Chidwick walking out with a backpack, leaving an empty seat.

Further enquiry near the empty seat revealed more.

"Kings versus queens," a man at the table said. "All-in preflop."

Chidwick's queens couldn't outdraw kings and he was eliminated in the second level of the day. 

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Higgs With a Second Chance at Gold

Earlier today, Sam Higgs finished 5th in Event 4: $5,000 Six-Max. For that effort he collected $53,615, which is great, but we are sure he would have been hoping to get his hands on the WSOP APAC Gold Bracelet. Higgs is in tonight’s action and here in the Main Event will be his last chance to win the gold.

We recently arrived at Higgs’s table to find the Melbournian rumbling in a pot with 2012 ANZPT Sydney champion Gordon Huntly. There was already a T A 2 flop out on the felt by the time we arrived, and Higgs was busy betting 1,250. Huntly made the call and a 3 was dealt on the turn. This time Higgs decided to check and Huntly quickly tumbled out a bet of 2,600. Higgs went with the call and a 4 completed the board on the river. Higgs again checked and Huntly bet 4,500. Higgs made the call.

“Good call,” said Huntly as he tabled K Q.

And Huntly wasn’t wrong, with the A 7 of Higgs good enough to win the handy pot to see his stack move to 45,000. Despite losing this sizable pot, Huntly is still steady with around the starting stack.

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Slightly reunited

Sam Higgs
Sam Higgs (Stain not pictured)

Sam Higgs and Billy Seri were short stack masters during the final stages of Event #4: $5,000 NLHE 6-max. They survived multiple all-ins to make it to the final table but their luck ran out there. Seri finished 6th and Higgs followed in 5th 

Now both players are seated very close to each other but aren't at the same table. They both also won a pot recently and are close to even with about 37,000 a piece.

Facing a raise from the cutoff, Seri re-raised to 925 from the small blind. The big blind folded and the cutoff called, bringing a 7 Q J flop.

Seri led out for 975 and the cutoff called, bringing an A on the turn. Seri bet out again, throwing one blue chip, one red chip and two green chips worth 1,550.

The cutoff wasn't prepared to call and folded instead, putting Seri at 37,000.

About three meters in front of Seri, Sam Higgs was about to win a pot. Higgs also happened to get a small red stain on his shirt that wasn't removable by spit, rubbing or both. 

I'd recommend Tide to Go.

After failing to removed the red blotch, Higgs raised from early position and another Event #4 casher, David Yan, re-raised to 1,100 from the button.

Higgs called, the flop came 2 Q 7 and both players checked.

Higgs bet 1,300 when the T came on the turn and Yan folded, putting Higgs up to about 36,500.

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Brown Hovers with Set

Chad Brown
Chad Brown flops set

Chad Brown’s stack is still hovering slightly above the 30k he started with today. He’s up to 31,075 after this hand, which we caught on a flop of 6 7 Q. Brown was in the big blind and checked to his opponent on the button who bet 750. 

Brown just called and the dealer tabled the T turn. Both players checked and the river came a 5. Brown led for 1200 and his opponent looked him up to see Brown had flopped a set of sixes with 6 6, which elicited the muck.

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Trickett Climbing

Sam Trickett
Trickett moving up

Sam Trickett opened the hand with a bet of 500 from the cut-off and was called by the player on the button as well as Lawrence Hall on the big blind.

The flop came 2 5 8, and Hall check-called a bet of 1,200 as the Q fell on the turn. Hall checked once again, before being faced with a bet of 3,200 in chips. He thought for a minute, before eventually releasing the hand.

Trickett now sits on 37,000 in chips.

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Negreanu crosses sixty

Daniel Negreanu
Negreanu now has double the starting stack

Negreanu has cracked the 60,000 chips mark.

Three players were faced with a 2 4 8 flop in a raised pot. The small blind checked and Negreanu did the same from the big blind. Daniel Neilson was in middle position and bet 800. The small blind called and Negreanu raised to 2,800.

Both players called and a 5 came on the turn. 

The small blind checked again and Negreanu bet 6,100. Neilson folded and the small blind called, bringing an 8 on the river.

Both players checked this time and Negreanu showed T T while while his opponent mucked. This hand pushed Negreanu up to about 61,000.

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Cheong Loses a Few

Joe Cheong
Cheong falling

The table folded around to the player in late position, who opened to 650. The action folded around to Joseph Cheong on the button, who raised to 1,675, before instantly getting re-raised back to 3,000 in chips. Cheong made the call to see 3 9 T come on the flop, before calling a continuation bet of 4,000 by his opponent. The 2 brought a quick bet of 9,000 in chips, as Cheong thought for a minute, before releasing his hand.

Cheong drops down to 22,500 in chips.

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Ivey Watch… 42k and Counting

We know a lot of you will be wondering how Phil Ivey is going so we set up a permanent webcam in front of his seat to keep an eye on him at all times. Actually, no we haven’t but that’s not a bad idea. 

We did see him put all of his chips at risk in this hand. Ivey raised up the action preflop from UTG and saw a caller before the hijack player made it 2000 to go. Ivey made the call and so did the other player in the hand.

The three of them went to a flop of K J 6 and the hijack continued their story with a 5000 bullet. Ivey responded with a raise to 13,000 before the the third opponent called. The hijack opted to get out of the way and it was then two-handed to a turn of 4.

Ivey was quick to move all in for 11,500 which was too much for his opponent and they made the fold. After the hand Ivey was up to a respectable 42,500 in chips.

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No straight for Spindler

Benny Spindler
Benjamin Spindler

Benjamin Spindler has won millions across the Americas and Europe and even placed 6th at a WPT in Africa. 

Now Spindler is hoping to expand the number of continents he's cashed in here in Melbourne. Spindler is still above starting stack despite a a busted straight draw.

Spindler raised to 450 from middle position and got a call from the cutoff and the big blind.

The flop came 6 A 4 and the big blind checked. Spindler bet 800 and both players called, bringing a 7 on the turn. 

The big blind checked again and Spindler bet again, this time for 1,875. The cutoff called and the big blind folded, bringing the Q on the river. 

Spindler checked the fourth spade and so did his opponent.

Spindler turned over 5 3 for a busted straight draw and his opponent turned over 9 8 for a flush, leaving Spindler with 32,625.

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Set No Good for Team888's Sylvia

Jesse Sylvia
Jess Sylvia at WSOP APAC

We recently arrived at Team888 Jesse Sylvia’s table with a massive hand brewing between two former November Nine members. By the time we were at the action, there was T 3 J 9 board already out on the felt and Sylvia had a 5,000-denomination chip out in front of him. Saout was on the button and moved all in for 13,975. Sylvia quickly called, having Saout well covered.

Saout: K Q
Sylvia: 3 3

Sylvia had a set of threes, but had ran into Saout’s straight. When the river bricked off with a 4, Saout had doubled up to around the starting stack, while Sylvia was left with around 15,000. 

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One done

The first break of the first WSOP APAC Main Event is now over.

Players are returning to 75/150 blinds and have four more levels of Main Event action left today.

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Break Time

 

Players are on their first 15-minute break of the day.

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Negreanu Likes the Pain and… the Chips

Daniel Negreanu
Masochist - Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu just played a very entertaining hand, which began when he loudly declared to the table, “Raise to 250, come and get it” from early position and bobbed up excitedly in his seat. An opponent at the opposite end of the table looked like he was interested, prompting Negreanu to announce, “Give me some pain – I like it!” 

Whether it persuaded the opponent to put in more chips or not, he did so, making it 850 to go. Negreanu was the only one to call and the dealer tabled the flop of 9 7 9.

Negreanu checked and then raised his opponent’s 1100 bet to 3100. The opponent called and the turn K came down. Negreanu fired another 5600 into the middle, which was again called. On the river 8 he still didn’t slow down, immediately firing 12000 more into the pot.

His opponent was much slower to call this time but eventually did, only to see that Negreanu’s antics had all been a fortuitous smokescreen for a flopped full house holding 7 7 and his opponent mucked. Genius!

Negreanu now sits on a very healthy stack of 51,000 in chips.

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Ausmus and Ivey

Phil Ivey
Phil Ivey loses a few

Jeremy Ausmus and Phil Ivey passed around a few chips.

Phil Ivey is still fresh from his 9th bracelet win last night and Ausmus is probably still enjoying his 5th place finish in last year's WSOP Main Event. Ausmus also scored another 5th place finish a few days ago in Event #1. 

Now Ausmus took a few chips off of Ivey.

Ausmus raised to 200 from the cutoff and Ivey made it 800 from the small blind. Ausmus called and the flop came J 7 3. Ausmus check-called Ivey's 1,200 bet and the T came on the turn.

Both players checked and the river was a very Greenstein A.

The dealer motioned that action was on Ivey and motioned again a few seconds later. Ivey told the dealer he knew -- of course he knows, he's Phil Ivey -- and bet out 3,000 after another couple of seconds. 

Ausmus thought for a bit but eventually called. Ivey turned over A Q while Ausmus showed A 3 for two-air.

Ausmus took down the pot and is up to 44,000 while Ivey is at about 26,500.

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Massive Turn, Safe River

Matt Kay was in early position when he opened it up to 250. Sam Korman three-bet to 525 on his direct left and Tony Kondevski called from the small blind.  Back on Kay and he would raise it up to 1,325. Both Korman and Kondevski made the call and the three players watched on as a 5 J Q flop was spread on the felt.

Kondevski checked the flop and Kay bet 1,525. Korman made the call and so too did Kondevski as the dealer flipped over a T on the turn. Kondevski once again checked and Kay bet 4,200. Korman opted to fold here, while Kondevski raised it up to 12,000. Kay moved all in and Kondevski called it off, with Kay having Kondevski covered by a small margin.

Kondevski: A K
Kay: A K

Both players had made the straight on the turn, but Kondevski would have to sweat some diamonds. When a 4 hit the river, Kondevski got comfortable again as the two players chopped up the massive pot. Following this hand, both Kay and Kondevski have a small amount more than the starting stack. 

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888 patches together

One interesting table tucked up in the corner of the high limit area actually features two of Team 888poker’s highest profile players in Jesse Sylvia and the spin king Shane Warne.

Of course Sylvia was the runner-up to Greg Merson at this year’s WSOP Main Event, while Warne is still chasing his first World Series of Poker cash. After being named during the week in the Asia-Pacific’s Caesars Cup team, Warne will be very keen to perform well and prove himself on the poker felt.

If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the years about Warne, is that he thrives on the big stage, and there’s no bigger stage that the WSOP APAC Main Event.

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Boxell’s Kings No Good

Leo Boxell
Boxell runs into aces

With a flop reading 8 3 J, the player in the small blind bet out 2,500 as Leo Boxell made the call from the big blind. The 6 came on the turn, and the small blind check-called a bet of 5,000 as the 9 completed the board. Both checked before tabling their cards.

“You have Kings?” asked Boxell’s opponent as he tabled A A.

“Yes,” replied Boxell, as he slowly showed his K K.

Boxell now sits on 20,000 in chips.

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Neilson Sidesteps Trap

Daniel Neilson
Neilson doesn't bite

Daniel Neilson is a fixture in the Australian poker scene with almost $1.3 million in live tournament earnings. He also had a solid run up to this Main Event, finishing 12th yesterday in the WSOP APAC $5000 NLH Six Handed event. 

The Aussie is up slightly on his starting stack at the moment, sitting on 32,000, but could have lost more of it had he decided to bluff the trap set by an opponent in this hand.

After a limp from UTG, Neilson raised to 400 preflop and saw a three-bet from the small blind to 1200 before a call from the UTG player. This gave Neilson plenty of pot value and he made the call to go to a flop of 10 10 9.

Neilson bet 1400 and the small blind was the only one to call to bring up the turn J. This was checked by both players and the dealer tabled the river K. Holding K K, the small blind had made the second nuts with a full house on the river and set the trap with a check. However, Neilson didn’t bite and checked behind then mucked when the small blind frustratingly turned over his hand.

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Guillen Moves Up

We caught the action with Harry Demetriou limping into the pot, before facing a raise to 400 from Angel Guillen in the hijack. He made the call to see the flop come 9 T 2.

“It’s on you,” said the dealer.

“I need my change,” replied Demetriou. “I threw out a thousand chip, and I need 600 back.”

The dealer threw back the change and Demetriou chirped, “Now I can bet.”

Guillen made the call, as both players then checked the T on the turn. The river produced the 7 and Guillen led out for 1,600 which was snapped called.

Guillen tabled J 8 for a rivered straight, as Demetriou mucked his cards. He now sits on 35,000 in chips.

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Quick One for Warnie

Team888's (and Aussie cricket legend) Shane Warne has found a steady little rail surrounding his table. We recently had a little wander by his table to find Warne involved in a hand on J 3 3 flop.

Warne was in the hand with two other opponents, one of which was fellow Team888 member Jesse Sylvia. There was already in excess of 2,000 in the pot at this point and Warne was busy leading out for 1,500. The player directly on Warne’s left made the call, while Sylvia got out of the way.

When the dealer flipped over a Q on the turn, both players checked and a 5 completed the board on the river. Another couple of checks would see Warne table A J – the pair of jacks enough to rake in the handy pot against his opponent’s T T.

That’s a good start for Warne, or the “Spin King”, as he now has a stack of around 36,000. 


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Big Tournament, Big names

WSOP APAC
The WSOP APAC tournament area

The Crown poker room is packed. 

There were packs of players getting some pre-Main Event conversations on, dozens of railbirds were scattered across spectator area and floormen and media were bouncing around in between. 

When players sat down and dealers were told to shuffle up and deal, things cleared up a bit. 

But packs of railbirds still formed. 

On one side of the tournament area -- the one that's closer to the bar and an Iron Man pinball machine -- railbirds have a few entertaining tables to keep an eye on.

As we mentioned before, James Obst, Antonio Esfandiari and Erik Seidel are seated at the same table. Next to them, Celina Lim and Dan Kelly are playing on the same piece of felt. 

Table 6 is right next to the bar balcony and offers a view of Daniel Negreanu, Marvin Rettenmaier and Daniel Neilson. 

There's also been confirmed sightings of Jason Koon, Chad Brown, Sparrow Cheung, Benny Spindler, Vincent Rubianes and Michael Maranek.

We also have half of the WSOP APAC bracelet winners on this side of the tournament area. Phil Ivey is currently being massaged by one of the many masseuses and he's seated next to Jeremy Ausmus.

Bryan Piccioli is also in the field. His table is one of the closest ones to the Iron Man pinball machine. 

More names are bound to show up as late registration will stay open for the rest of Day 1 and three levels of Day 2. 

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Foglietta Relinquishes Chip Lead

It seems like Table 32 is playing at a much quicker pace compared to the rest of the room. We arrived at the table to see chip leader, Shane Foglietta, call an all in bet just short of 10,000 in chips on a board reading 2 2 3 T.

Rudolph: 2 2
Foglietta: J J

Foglietta tabled his pair of jacks, but they were drawing dead to the quad deuces held by Christian Rudolph. The early chip leader now falls back down to 35,000 as Rudolph jumps up to 55,000 in chips.

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Who’s Here?

Making our way around the tournament floor, we have noticed many international players including David Vamplew, Joseph Cheong, Ben Wilonofsky, Bryan Huang, Jean-Robert Bellande, Anton Saout, Jesse Sylvia, Scott Clements, Barry Greenstein, Rupert Elder, Angel Guillen and Sam Trickett as well as Team 888 members Sam Holden and Jake Balsiger and 2010 WSOP Main Event champion Jonathan Duhamel.

There is also a collection of local notables including Kristian Lunardi, Steven Chew, Oliver Gill, Aaron Benton, Samantha Cohen, Joe Cabret, Jie Gao, Daniel Laidlaw, Kahle Burns, Jarrod Glennon, Shane Warne, Jackie Glazier, Leo Boxell, Gary Benson, Andrew Hinrichsen, Tom Wing, Martin Kozlov, Jeff Lisandro and 2010 Aussie Millions Main Event champion Tyron Krost.

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First Hand Bombs for Esfandiari

It’s fortunate that one of our media desks is near to Table 28 as it features none other than James Obst, Antonio Esfandiari and Erik Seidel lined up next to each other in seats 4,5 and 6.

In the first hand of the evening, Esfandiari took a sizeable hit to his stack. We caught action on a flop of 3 2 5 with Esfandiari betting 350 after it was checked to him from his opponent in the small blind.

The small blind decided to raise up the action to 1000 and Esfandiari made the call to see a turn 5. His opponent continued the aggression with a bet 1500 and Esfandiari again called. 

On the river 6 the small blind fired another 3000 into the middle. Esfandiari paused in consideration but looked up his opponent only to see they had rivered a full house holding 6 6. Esfandiari will no doubt be hoping that hand hasn’t set the tone for his night at the tables. 

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Outright Chip Leader

Everyone in the Crown Poker Room are in shock after the dealer on Table 32 just announced “All in and call!” That’s right, in the opening few hands, a player has been eliminated from the Main Event.

We rushed over to see the board read 8 K 5 T with Shane Foglietta tabling 8 8 for a set of eights, and his opponent showing A K for a pair of kings.

Foglietta had his opponent drawing dead, as the meaningless Q completed the board. He now sits with a 60,000 chips stack.

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The Historical WSOP APAC $10,000 Main Event is Here!

It is now just moments away from the big one that we have all been waiting for. Let’s face it, while the smaller bracelet events have been filled with tons of exciting and memorable moments, they have all just been foreplay leading up to the climax that is the WSOP APAC $10,000 Event #5 NLH Main Event. 

The schedule says we’re kicking this baby off at 6pm and the rail is already filled with anxious players keen to begin their campaign for poker supremacy. It is, after all, the first WSOP Main Event on Australian soil and to win it would mean taking their seat in the history books, while also pocketing a life-changing amount of cash. 

Starting stacks will be 30,000 in chips and we will begin with blinds at 50/100 and each level lasting 90 minutes. With so much room to move we don’t expect to see too many early bustouts but you can never predict anything in poker, and that’s just the way we like it.

All you have to do now is sit back and let your PokerListings live reporting team bring you all the action exclusively from the Crown Poker Room floor.

 

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Event Name $10,000 Main Event
Venue Crown Casino, Melbourne
Date 11 April 2013
Final Day 15 April 2013
Buy In AU$10,000
Entrants 405
Prize Pool AU$3,847,500
First Prize AU$1,038,825
Level Ante Blinds
Level 1 0 50/100
Level 2 0 100/200
Level 3 0 150/300
Level 4 25 150/300
Level 5 50 200/400
Level 6 50 250/500
Level 7 75 300/600
Level 8 100 400/800
Level 9 100 500/1000
Level 10 200 600/1200
Level 11 200 800/1600
Level 12 300 1000/2000
Level 13 400 1200/2400
Level 14 500 1500/3000
Level 15 500 2000/4000
Level 16 500 2500/5000
Level 17 1000 3000/6000
Level 18 1000 4000/8000
Level 19 1000 5000/10000
Level 20 2000 6000/12000
Level 21 2000 8000/16000
Level 22 3000 10000/20000
Level 23 4000 12000/24000
Level 24 5000 15000/30000
Level 25 5000 20000/40000
Level 26 10000 25000/50000
Level 27 10000 30000/60000
Level 28 10000 40000/80000
Level 29 10000 50000/100000
Level 30 15000 60000/120000
Level 31 20000 80000/160000
Level 32 30000 100000/200000
Level 33 30000 120000/240000
Level 34 40000 150000/300000

Daniel Negreanu
wins
AU$1,038,825

$10,000 Main Event

Top Money Finishers Prize
1. Daniel Negreanu AU$1,038,825
2. Daniel Marton AU$637,911
3. Winfred Yu AU$423,225
4. George Tsatsis AU$284,715
5. Kahle Burns AU$201,994
6. Benny Spindler AU$146,205
7. Mikel Habb AU$107,730
8. Russell Thomas AU$82,721
9. Antonio Esfandiari AU$65,408
10. Jordan Westmorland AU$65,408