APT Players Party tonight; second title for Iori Yogo; Kim Jung Beom wins NLH Single Day #2

APT Philippines 2019 is on its ninth day at Resorts World Manila. The series began on April 24 and is scheduled to conclude on May 5. Today will see the last starting day of the Championships Event at 1pm. This is the second featured tournament of the series and it comes with a whopping P10 Million guarantee. Buy-in is P82,500. 49 players have already advanced to Day 2. Don’t miss out! It is very likely we will surpass the guarantee. 

Championships Event full info

Also ready to be tackled are a couple of turbo events: Super Deep Stack Turbo at 2pm and WeLoveSport Deep Stack Hyper Turbo at 5pm. To cap off the day, we’d like to invite all Main Event and Championships Event players to the Players Party

We’re giving away a prize for a shot! Get ready to spin the fun at La Maison Gold, Holiday Inn Express. Doors open at 10pm. Come early and don’t miss the chance to win APT merchandise. 

APT latest side event winners

Pot Limit Omaha Hi 

The Pot Limit Omaha Hi event ran for two days concluding with Japanese pro Iori Yogo raising his second APT golden lion. Yogo joined fellow countryman Junya Kubo in claiming two APT titles at the series. Yogo defeated Korea’s Jae Chang at heads up to pocket the P568,900 first prize. 

Iori Yogo

You can watch the final 8 race via our media channels: APT Twitch and APT YouTube

Final 8 payouts
1st Iori Yogo – Japan – P568,900
2nd Jae Chang – Korea – P379,300
3rd Roberto Lasalle – USA – P263,700
4th Santiago Fiallo – USA – P190,500
5th Takeo Hanayama – Japan – P142,400
6th Matt Ericson – P109,900
7th Joseph Cena – New Caledonia – P87,300
8th Hideki Nakayama – Japan – P71,100

NLH Single Day Event #2 

The second edition of the NLH Single Day event drew a much larger field than its predecessor with 141 signing up . With a buy-in of P16,500, it created a very healthy prize pool worth P2,051,500 (~USD 39,700). Out of that pot, 24 players claimed a share. The P487,500 top prize went to the last man standing Korea’s Kim Jung Beom. This was Kim’s first-ever APT title. 

Kim Jung Beom

Final 8 payouts
1st Kim Jung Beom – Korea – P487,500
2nd Jacque Ramsden – UK – P325,100
3rd Duy Ho – Vietnam – P226,000
4th Masaki Fujitani – Japan – P163,200
5th Makiko Kawata – Japan – P122,100
6th Lee Wang Yeng – Korea – P94,200
7th Chih Ying Hang – P74,800
8th Kim Jitae – Korea – P60,900

Full APT Philippines 2019 results

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