We’ve just had word that Chao Li is the current chip leader. His stack sits at around the 90,000 mark. Li has had previous success winning the first Asian Poker King Tournament of 2011. We’ll keep a close eye on him to see if he can set himself up for a Macau double by winning the MPC.
Japan’s Tetsuya Tsuchikawa has just been knocked out in second place and we have our new Red Dragon champion in the form of Singapore’s Patrick Lee. With no prior all-in calls it ... Read More
A bunch of raises and folds along with immediate folding to bets on flops means there’s not a whole lot to report at the moment and stack sizes are remaining fairly constant. ... Read More
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Singapore’s Patrick Lee is piling on the pressure now and has just taken down the last couple of pots with some aggressive three-betting to whittle down Japan’s Tetsuya Tsuchikawa. The latest exchange ... Read More
First blood of the heads up battle goes to Patrick Lee. From the button Lee raises it up to 200,000 preflop and Tetsuya Tsuchikawa makes the call. The flop comes 7♣ 8♦ ... Read More
From the dizzying heights of big stack heaven, Xiaobo Zhou has come crashing down to join the rail in 3rd place. Perhaps a little drunk with power and a little tilted off ... Read More
We’ve just witnessed the largest pot of the tournament so far and it was a doozey of a hand. Short-handed play is always exciting, after all you never know whether the other ... Read More