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APPT - Day 1c: Joe Hachem and other big names through to Day 2

Tags: APPT, bertrand gospellier, elky, joe hachem, pokerstars.
Posted on 28 August 2009 by "T".

The third season of APPT Macua attracted 429 players who created a total prize pool of HKD $16,130,400 (2,081,092 US Dollars). All three starting days have now been played. First day saw a starting field of 119 players and 60 of them made it to Day2. Day 1b attracted 125 players, 55 of them made it through to Day 2. Day 1c saw the biggest starting field of all 3 starting days. Not less than 185 players took part this day. Day 1c also included the most notable names.

PokerStars Team Australia Pros Joe Hachem (Winner 2005 WSOP main event), Tony Hachem (Runner-up 2007 NZ Poker Championships) and Lee Nelson (2006 Aussie Millions Champion), Bertrand (ElkY) Grospellier (Winner 2008 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure) from PokerStars Team Pro: France, PokerStars Team Asia Pros Celina Lin (Winner Macau Poker Cup: Red Dragon July 2009) and Bryan Huang (Third 2008 APPT Macau Main Event) all of them move forward from Day 1c to Day 2.

Out of 429 players, 196 players made it through to Day 2 of APPT Macua. The ones that will bring the most chips with them to Day 2 all come from Day 1b - Kristoffer Myhre from Norway (183,400), Peter Nielsen from Denmark (141,500), and PokerStars online qualifier Roel Pijepers from Netherlands (125,500).

 


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1 comment for "APPT - Day 1c: Joe Hachem and other big names through to Day 2"

 Fakiry31/08/2009 20:03:01 GMT
Many well known names in this second day but, even though, those with most chips are unknown players. Its incredible how so many unsponsored players go so far and so well classified in some tourneys sometimes. They should play very well and for a long time (most of them, its not a John Doe rookie that pays two moths normal wage salary to enter a poker event)but for some reason poker rooms still dont sponsor them. I think this guys should try to take advantage of their way of playing asking little poker rooms to sponsor them, it would be great for both!

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