Yukitsugu Ono wins the MSW event; High Rollers #2 and Monster Stack P2 Million gtd start today

While Championships Event Day 2 was in full swing yesterday, the MegaSportsWorld Deep Stack event joined on the floor. It advertised a P750k guaranteed prize pool that was easily surpassed by the 206 entrants. This created a closing prize pool of P999,100 (~USD 19,000) with 35 players earning a share. Winning the event was Japan’s Yukitsugu Ono. He pocketed P215,800 and captured his first APT golden lion. You can watch the Final 8 race via our media channels: APT Twitch and APT YouTube

Final 8 payouts
1st Yukitsugu Ono – Japan -P215,800
2nd Russell Hi Wei Wen – Singapore – P144,400
3rd Junhong Ik – Korea – P100,400
4th Luis Bernardo – Philippines – P72,500
5th Joseroy Jeremias – Philippines – P54,200
6th Reynaldo Camanyag – Philippines – P41,900
7th Yi Pan – China – P33,200
8th Michael Bueza – Philippines – P27,100

APT Player of the Series 

We’d like to remind everyone that the APT Player of the Series leaderboard has been update. APT Main Event champion Christopher Mateo continues to hold court at the very top. You can view the standings via this link. Make sure to check your points. The top three at the end of the festival will win special prizes for their achievement. 

Today’s Events

APT Philippines 2019 is on its penultimate day at Resorts World Manila. Several events will be buzzing up the floor. The record breaking APT Championships Event resumes with 50 players returning for Day 3 out of the total 316 entries. They hunt down the money starting at 32nd place and a Final 8 seat. Bringing in the largest stack is China’s Yuanchao Li of 874,000. Running second-in-chips is Malaysia’s Kar Ooi Low with 775,000, and to round out the top three is another Malaysian, Ken Foo Hsien Loong with 699,000. Day 3 starting chip counts

Day 3: 50 players 
Total chips in play: 15,732,800
Average stack: 314,656
Opening blinds: 4000-8000 ante 8000
Bagging time: upon reaching the Final 8 players

You can read up on the event’s numbers and view the prize pool / payouts —-> here.  

Other events lined up today are the High Rollers #2, Monster Stack P2 Million guaranteed, and Deep Stack Turbo #2.

High Rollers #2
Buy-in: P107,500 (~USD 2,100)
Starting time: 1pm

Monster Stack – P2 Million guaranteed
Buy-in: P27,500 (~USD 531)
Starting time: 2pm

*Both events are scheduled to run for two days

Deep Stack Turbo #2
Buy-in: P5,500 (~USD 107)
Starting time: 6pm 

Full APT Philippines 2019 schedule 

 



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