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APPT Main Event

Postby Afternoon » Tue May 18, 2010 11:34 pm

Result for Day 1A - Leader Board

1 Alexandre Chieng 113,100
2 Michael Durrer 94,475
3 Raymond Wu 87,475
4 Jesse Haabak 77,300
5 Mikhail Mazunin 69,275
6 Wee Yee Tan 68,925
7 Julian Powell 68,125
8 Dbinder Singh 62,775
9 Alex Loon 62,075
10 Kai Paulsen 61,600

Our SG hopeful, Alex Loon is in the top 10 in day 1.
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby necrohavoc » Wed May 19, 2010 1:13 am

our Singaporean casualty quite heavy'

Bryan, Nat, Joachim out..not sure if Derek still in
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby kr176 » Wed May 19, 2010 2:40 pm

By the way, i had AA not TT, trapped the stoopid tilting angmo by over shove his 3B pre flop.

If not this singapore fish become chip leader.......

1 word to decribe.....knnccb

Anyway Alex, jia you....takt this down and do Singapore proud......and please stack tat angmo fish for me.

7.15pm: Geshkenbein over 100k!
After a series of preflop raises Vladimir Geshkenbein had his opponent all in with the pot sitting just over 100,000.

Geshkenbein: T♠T♥
Opponent: A♥A♦

The board ran out J♣8♣7♠4♦9♣ to see Geshkenbein river a straight to send his opponent crashing to the rail after ironically doubling an opponent up the previous hand after running into Aces. -- TD


Afternoon wrote:Result for Day 1A - Leader Board

1 Alexandre Chieng 113,100
2 Michael Durrer 94,475
3 Raymond Wu 87,475
4 Jesse Haabak 77,300
5 Mikhail Mazunin 69,275
6 Wee Yee Tan 68,925
7 Julian Powell 68,125
8 Dbinder Singh 62,775
9 Alex Loon 62,075
10 Kai Paulsen 61,600

Our SG hopeful, Alex Loon is in the top 10 in day 1.
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby Afternoon » Wed May 19, 2010 2:55 pm

kaki kr176,

May i know who are you ?
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby kr176 » Wed May 19, 2010 3:13 pm

robin ... fat fish.... :P
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby chenghao » Wed May 19, 2010 3:23 pm

the robin that i know ? ytss?
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby kr176 » Wed May 19, 2010 3:28 pm

dun think so......
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby Afternoon » Wed May 19, 2010 3:40 pm

kr176 wrote:robin ... fat fish.... :P


Ok, is Robin ... i think i know you. UB
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby kr176 » Wed May 19, 2010 3:42 pm

u in macau now? u played in day 1a also?
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby MJFX » Wed May 19, 2010 4:08 pm

read this hand from pokernews:

Vladimir Geshkenbein didn't get the memo about a slowdown in the action. He certainly has a penchant for big pots, and boy does he hate folding. We caught up with one hand as he four-bet all in on the button. The Dbinder Singh snap called in the small blind. "Ooh, I really didn't want that," said Geshkenbein, knowing his was in bad shape without needing to see Singh's . The board ran out , and Geshkenbein paid off Singh to the tune of 25,000.

The very next hand, a player in early position opened to 1,600. Another man flatted the raise, and then Geshkenbein squeezed to 4,000. The original raiser folded, but the second player swiftly moved all in. Geshkenbein called with only to discover that he was up against pocket aces for the second hand in a row. The table groaned at the flop, perhaps knowing what was coming. The on the turn was safe, but the on the river made Geshkenbein's straight. His opponent fell to his knees next to the table, pulling his sweatshirt over his head and rocking back and forth in agony. He composed himself enough to watch the dealer count out the stacks and determine that Geshkenbein had him covered by a few thousand chips. After the suckout, Geshkenbein stacked up 101,000 chips, putting him back atop the leader board

Robin, im sure its over sensationalise you were on your knees, but this is one bad beat hard to take. sorry for you man!.
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby kr176 » Wed May 19, 2010 4:14 pm

hahaha...yes i was on my knees and on the verge of tears.....realli v tough beat to take. i played that hand so perfectly.....i knew he was on tilt from last hand and would see my flat - shove as weakish. prob put me on a small PP or A Rags.......
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby MJFX » Wed May 19, 2010 4:15 pm

This is Vladimir Geshkenbein. He won the high roller event last year.
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There was a surprise winner in the $11,000 High Roller event at the APPT Championship in Macau. Russian Vladimir Geshkenbein outlasted the 64-runner field to claim the first prize of $226,690.

The super aggressive amateur steamrollered the final table to set up a heads up encounter with the legendary Johnny Chan. The Russian, who went into heads-up play with a four to one chip advantage over the ten-time WSOP bracelet winner, kept his nerve and after an hour of play got all the chips in holding K8 to Chan’s Q8 on a 6-7-8 board. The turn was another 7 and the river a king giving Geshbenkein, dubbed the Russian Bomber, the title and Chan a runners up prize of $154,400.
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby MJFX » Wed May 19, 2010 4:16 pm

kr176 wrote:hahaha...yes i was on my knees and on the verge of tears.....realli v tough beat to take. i played that hand so perfectly.....i knew he was on tilt from last hand and would see my flat - shove as weakish. prob put me on a small PP or A Rags.......


i probably would have scolded KNNCCB... and ended with a speech " i outplayed you but you got lucky"... then wish him good luck out of courtesy before i leave the table.
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Re: APPT Main Event

Postby kr176 » Wed May 19, 2010 4:26 pm

hahaha....wow i din know he big name...but v spewy fish le....called me down overbet shove with TT........

anyway its a good experience for me la......realli alot of good players/pros.....CRAI turn on air on Q high board on APS winner Joakim was real fun.......sorry man.....cannot resist that.....
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