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APPT Auckland - Main Event: $587,844 prize pool up for grabs

Tags: APPT Auckland, Emad Tahtoch, pokerstars, tony hachem.
Posted on 16 October 2009 by "T".

135 players came to start in Day 1a and 128 players in Day 1b of the APPT Auckland Main Event. Out of these 263 players, 130 made it to Day 2 of the tournament. In the lead we find the Australian PokerStars Pro Emad Tahtouh with 162,900 chips. On second place is the PokerStars qualifier Lance Climo with 134,400 chips.

Tony Hachem is still in the game with a 53,400 stack. Even though he has 3 times less chips than the chip leader Emad Tahtoch, his stack is still well above the average stack of 37,669. Last year's winner Daniel Craker has also made it to day 2 of the tournament. He has 37,000 chips left, but hopefully he will still make it to Day 3 of the tournament.

 


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5 comments for "APPT Auckland - Main Event: $587,844 prize pool up for grabs"

 Joe_Average16/10/2009 15:05:37 GMT
Only half a milion in prize money for the main event? Man, are getting spoiled by all those multi-million przie-pools
 shokaku16/10/2009 15:23:39 GMT
Posted by Joe_Average:
Only half a milion in prize money for the main event?

What do you expect with only 263 players?
 Plexo17/10/2009 22:31:36 GMT
APPT is a samll Poker Tour as well LAPT. It would be nice to know is the prize is bigger than the past year or not, to know if the APPT is growing or is going down.
 SuperNoob20/10/2009 15:25:23 GMT
Posted by Plexo:
APPT is a samll Poker Tour as well LAPT. It would be nice to know is the prize is bigger than the past year or not, to know if the APPT is growing or is going down.

last year they had more players and a bigger prize pool.
 Fakiry21/10/2009 15:35:17 GMT
Its being very interesting, considering the reduced number of participants and observing the names on it. Tony Hachem can be way behind the lead, but that doesnt mean he doesnt have a word at the payed places, we'll just have to wait to see the best of him!

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