Asian Poker Tour Macau 2010 Event Results

Zhang Dan Peng

HK$ 35,000 Asian Poker Tour Macau 2010 Main Event (161 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Zhang Dan Peng China HK$ 1,678,000
2 Bjoern Wiesler Germany HK$ 920,000
3 Hyung Sum Jung Korea HK$ 460,000
4 Aaron Matthew Zhi Huh Australia HK$ 352,000
5 Sparrow Park Yu Cheung Hong Kong HK$ 303,000
6 Daniel Neilson Australia HK$ 255,000
7 Elton Tsang Hong Kong HK$ 202,000
8 Li You Nan China HK$ 151,000
9 Li Jin Huia China HK$ 100,000
10 Yosuke Sekiya Japan HK$ 91,325
11 Anthony Roux France HK$ 85,700
12 Paul Judge England HK$ 85,700
13 Jack Lee Australia HK$ 70,600
14 Tan Tai Zheng Singapore HK$ 70,600
15 Michael Brian O’Grady Canada HK$ 70,600
16 Hon Victor Zebei Australia HK$ 60,000
17 Xavier Jacqueut-Duval France HK$ 60,000
18 Alex Huynh United States HK$ 60,000

 

Event #1: HK$ 2,500 APT Welcome (49 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Michael Comer Australia HK$ 39,000
2 Robert Glasspool Hong Kong HK$ 24,500
3 David Bradford New Zealand HK$ 14,500
4 C T Law United Kingdom HK$ 10,000
5 Ernest John Guthrie New Zealand HK$ 8,900
6 Chun Shum Hong Kong HK$ 7,800
7 Paul Pederson New Zealand HK$ 6,873

 

Event #2: HK$ 1,000 Ladies of Poker (19 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Lisa McCabe United Kingdom HK$ 8,000
2 Stella Yu Macau HK$ 4,800
3 Sarah Lee Hong Kong HK$ 3,238

 

Event #3: HK$ 2,500 NLH Freezeout (67 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Ivan Tan Zhong Wei Singapore HK$ 51,900
2 Melik Buyuklyan Russia HK$ 30,500
3 Illarion Kosyak Russia HK$ 16,800
4 Chen Xiang Miao China HK$ 12,200
5 Scott Howard Weissman United States HK$ 10,700
6 Pedro Rafael Laurenco Zagalo Portugal HK$ 9,200
7 Yuen Leong Hong Kong HK$ 7,600
8 Ashley Perkins United Kingdom HK$ 6,100
9 Gordon Huntly United Kingdom HK$ 4,600
10 Ansong Wong Hong Kong HK$ 2,959

 

Event #4: HK$ 153,000 High Rollers (16 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Nicholas Wong Hong Kong HK$ 942,000
2 Chris Parker United Kingdom HK$ 602,000
3 Derek Hoi Wing Cheung Hong Kong HK$ 384,000
4 David Chiu United States HK$ 298,000
5 Chau Giang United States HK$ 150,000

 

Event #5: HK$ 2,500 DafaPoker 6 Handed (79 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Yong Lee Chile HK$ 63,000
2 Michael Comer Australia HK$ 37,800
3 Dennis Huntly Australia HK$ 19,800
4 Razavi Samad United Kingdom HK$ 14,400
5 Scott Howard Weissman United States HK$ 12,600
6 Yasuhiro Waki Japan HK$ 10,800
7 Dong Wang China HK$ 9,000
8 Yann Pauchon Australia HK$ 7,200
9 Teo Jia Hao Singapore HK$ 5,283

 

Event #6: HK$ 3,500 PKR Head Hunter (82 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Edmund Lee Hong Kong HK$ 74,400
2 Michael Comer Australia HK$ 43,800
3 Dennis Huntly Australia HK$ 24,100
4 Hiu Yin Cheuk Hong Kong HK$ 17,500
5 Yong Choi Chile HK$ 15,300
6 Isaac Galazan Thailand HK$ 13,100
7 Melik Buyuklyan Russia HK$ 10,900
8 Tommy Le United States HK$ 8,800
9 Yasuhiro Waki Japan HK$ 6,600
10 Jovica Subotic Australia HK$ 4,394

 

Event #7: HK$ 4,000 8 Handed (46 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Jonathan Karamalakis Australia HK$ 67,400
2 Ken Hartono Singapore HK$ 42,100
3 Lars Sverre Wik Norway HK$ 25,300
4 Dan Sing New Zealand HK$ 18,500
5 Michael Martin United States HK$ 15,198

 

Event #8: HK$ 8,100 Battle of the Nations (13 Teams)
Rank Name Country Prize
Team Champion Team Malaysia
Charles Chua, Daniel Chee, and KC Lee
Malaysia HK$ 67,600
Player Champion Dave Lo Holland HK$ 14,500
2 Daniel Chee Malaysia HK$ 8,700
3 Ken Hartono Indonesia HK$ 5,725

 

Event #9: HK$ 2,500 Greed (26 Entries)
Three-Way Split
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Charles Chua Malaysia HK$ 19,802
NA Antonio Basile Canada HK$ 19,700
NA Richard Becker Hong Kong HK$ 19,700

 

Celebrity Charity Event: Caritas Macau
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Grace Huang Hong Kong HK$ 100,000 donation

 

Event #10: HK$ 4,000 7 Handed (35 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Yosuke Sekiya Japan HK$ 51,300
2 Antonio Basile Canada HK$ 32,100
3 Christopher Chau Hong Kong HK$ 19,200
4 Andre Klebanov Germany HK$ 14,100
5 Stacy Kopacz United States HK$ 11,505

 

Event #11: HK$ 2,000 Shootout (19 Entries)
Rank Name Country Prize
Champion Matthew Marietta United States HK$ 16,000
2 Yann Pauchon Australia HK$ 9,600
3 Bo Stromberg Sweden HK$ 6,476


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