From a starting field of 122 players for APT’s inaugural main event in Cambodia, just 49 have won through to today’s Day 2 of the event. Leading players Sam Razavi (UK); Liam Anderson (Australia); Martin Nilsson (Sweden); Marc Rivera (Philippines) and Tetsuya Tsuchikawa (Japan) – who are in the top ten of the closely contested APT Player of the Year race – are all through to Day 2.
“It’s been a tremendous first event for us here in Cambodia. We are delighted at the response from players and we truly have an international field of players, many the very best from Asia,” said Jason Morris, Tournament Manager, APT.
APT Asian Series Cambodia, which is the first major international event to be staged in Cambodia, finishes tomorrow, 20th November and has been a full APT event week consisting of a main event; 9 side events, a charity event and 7 satellite tournaments.
Here are the top 10 chip leaders for Day 2:
1 – Ha Dong, Vietnam – 102,100 chips
2 – Sam Razavi, England – 83,000 chips
3 – Alan Jackson, Thailand – 79, 200 chips
4 – Binh Van Pham, Canada – 71,500 chips
5 – Do Hoang Anh, Vietnam – 68, 500 chips
6 – Julien Genet, France – 68, 100 chips
7 – Sam Ath, Cambodia – 65, 100 chips
8 – Jan-Eric Schwippert, Germany – 64,700 chips
9 – Sam Ng Aik Chuon, Malaysia – 63,900 chips
10 – Roman Babela, Czech Republic – 62, 300 chips
Below are the winners of this year’s APT Asian Series Cambodia side events:
Day 2 starts today at 1PM. For more information about the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Asian Series Cambodia, head to their official website at www.theasianpokertour.com
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