APPT Melbourne: Ashley Mason chipleader of the final table
After a very animated and long day of competition in the poker room of Crown casino of Melbourne on last Sunday, the finalists of the tournament Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) Melbourne 2013 have finally stood out. The British Ashley Mason achieved a beautiful result, because he occupied the place of chipleader of the final table. He is the only one who has 2 million chips in hands. He is closely followed by the New Zealander David Yan and the local player Bowdy Tolhopf, who occupy respectively the second and third position. Joe Cabret, Robert Damelian, Billy Argyros, Ravindran Maravar, Phi Luu and Jazz Mathers complete the list of finalists.
Let us note that Mason is a professional of online poker who has been living in Australia since a few years and he has already signed a victory in one of the side events of the APPT Melbourne 2013, the Six-Max $1,650. Given this fact, he has all necessary weapons to claim the title. The continuation of the competition is planned for this Monday, from 12:30 am, local hour. The name of the winner will be known soon. He will be entitled with a prize of $217,000. Concerning the fate of the other well-known players who took part in this tournament, they are numerous who end in the money, like Billy Jordanou, Jordan Westmorland, Joel Feldman, Ivan Zalac, Sal Fazzino and Martin Kozlov. The holder of the Australian Poker Hall of Fame title, Jason Gray, also received a prize.
Tuesday, 10 September 2013
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