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Brit Wins Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon

Tags: 2013 Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon, china, pokerstars, Tom Alner.
Posted on Monday, August 19, 2013 by "T".

On Sunday, Tom Alner of Bristol, England won the third instalment of the 2013 PokerStars Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon. Alner, who has several nice results from the Asia-Pacific region, bested a field of 645 players and received HK$823,000 (approx. 106k USD) in prize money after a four-way deal on the final table. He now has over $700,000 in tournament winnings!

1 Tom Alner UK HK$823,000*
2 Jason Chong Singapore HK$758,000*
3 Wilson Fu China HK$827,000*
4 Victor Sheerman Russia HK$853,000*
5 Thomas Ward New Zealand HK$317,000
6 Brian Yip Hong Kong HK$253,000
7 Frank Maley Australia HK$206,000
8 Joao de Castro Portugal HK$158,000
9 Shinichi Takenouchi Japan HK$126,578

* reflects a 4-way deal

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4 comments for "Brit Wins Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon"

 Sorin8888/20/2013 10:09:54 AM GMT
Tom Alner was down to just 8,000 in chips on Day 2, and managed to survive in a tough spot with the aggressive Brian Yip splashing around to his right. Once that danger had subsided, Alner opened up his game, and with a little luck, was able to come away with the win.
 Macubaas8/20/2013 3:21:24 PM GMT
He did really good, i guess he participated since it was related to Pokerstars.

As net value there are much bigger games there but i guess this is a good step in making the poker action from there more visible.
 demodawggy8/20/2013 4:37:10 PM GMT
Never heard of the guy before,...but then again, I would bet that he's never heard of ME before either... Smile

By the time he pays his bar tab for the room and a few hours with a petite Asian call girl or 2,...that cash will all be gone... Confused

Actually,...not a bad take for a few hours of Poker. It would take me a few years to earn that much cash!
 doubletop77711/21/2013 2:55:44 PM GMT
Macau is fast becoming the Poker capital of the world overtaking Vegas. The big money cash games i keep reading about all seem to happen in Macau. Never heard of the place until about 5 years ago.

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