Four more APT winners; 6 Handed Turbo and Deep Stack Turbo on today

The Asian Poker Tour added more smiles to the Land of Smiles with four players winning side events at the APT Cambodia 2016‘s ongoing poker festival held at the Queenco Hotel & Casino in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Below are the results of all those events. Also posted are the anticipated side events for the final day.

Monster Stack recap

Monster Stack Champion, Ryan Revai

The Monster Stack event, which began yesterday, drew in 23 entries for a prize pool of $11,150. After UK’s Samad Razavi bubbled, the four remaining players closed up and resumed action today. Entering with the largest stack was Singapore’s Cheng Xin Jin who held on to his chips to make it into the heads up round. He faced the player who had the shortest stack entering the day, Canada’s Ryan Revai. The bout finished with Revai winning with pocket nines to earn the first place cash prize and the event trophy.

Monster Stack payouts
Entries: 23
Buy-in: $550
Prize Pool: $11,150
1st Ryan Revai – Canada – $4,150
2nd Cheng Xin Jin – Singapore – $3,650
3rd Justin Worth – Australia – $1,900
4th Tetsuya Tsuchikawa – Japan – $1,450

Ante Only recap

Ante Only NLH Champion, Iori Yogo

The Ante Only No Limit Hold ‘em event attracted 37 players to the poker green for a prize pool of $10,770. When the bubble burst, payday ensued shortly after with Japan’s Takashi Hirukawa collecting his fifth place dough and Norway’s Kai Paulsen signing for his keep in 4th place. Vietnam’s Ancle tried to hold on but was eliminated in 3rd place by chip leader, Japan’s Iori Yogo. At the heads up round, Yogo had a big advantage in chips but Vietnam’s Nguyen Phu Danh quickly doubled up with his ace-king. Two hands later, Nguyen shoved again and this time he lost the bet with Yogo’s A J landing a higher pair on the board against 3 3. Yogo earned the first place cash and his second trophy of the festival.

Ante Only payouts
Entries: 37
Buy-in: $330
Prize Pool: $10,770
1st Iori Yogo – Japan – $4,310
2nd Nguyen Phu Danh – Vietnam – $2,690
3rd Ancle – Vietnam – $1,620
4th Kai Paulsen – Norway – $1,180
5th Takashi Hirukawa – Japan – $970

Super Deep Stack Turbo recap

Super Deep Stack Turbo Champion, Vincent Chauve

The Super Deep Stack Turbo event fielded 24 entries for a prize pool of $4,660. There were several APT regulars at the felt but most of them would fall before the money. The bubble burst when Frenchman Vincent Chauve railed Australia’s Justin Worth.  Guam’s Ron Tse sent Singapore’s Eugene Lin Weiquan packing in 4th place with ace-jack finding a buddy on the board against Weiquan’s ace-king. Chauve booted Japan’s Akihiro Yamada in 3rd place with his 10 3 completing a straight against A J on a board of 4 J K Q 9. At heads up, Chauve had a 3:1 chip advantage. Tse was eventually all in holding A 5 and Chauve had K 9. With a king showing up on the board, Chauve claimed the trophy and the first place prize of money of $2,000.

Super Deep Stack Turbo payouts
Entries: 24
Buy-in: $220
Prize Pool: $4,660
1st Vincent Chauve – France – $2,000
2nd Ron Tse – Guam – $1,260
3rd Akihiro Yamada – Japan – $790
4th Eugene Lin Weiquan – Singapore – $$610

High Roller recap

High Rollers Champion, Parisel Fabian

The High Roller event had a difficult time drawing in players but it did see cards flying with two players going at it, France’s Fabien Parisel and UK’s Samad Razavi. Parisel dominated the early rounds chunking down Razavi who then had to claw his way back up. Razavi managed to reclaim some of his lost chips but fell short when his A Q drew blanks against Parisel’s 9 9. Parisel claimed his first trophy of the festival along with $2,910 in cash.

Final day side events

As we have reached the final day of the APT Cambodia 2016, there are two more side events to look forward to. The first event to get underway is the 6 Handed Turbo w/Antes at 1pm. Buy-in for this event is $220. At 4pm is the last event of the festival, the Deep Stack Hyper Turbo event with a buy-in of $110.

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