Ivey, Negreanu Battle for WSOP Asia Pacific Bracelet

Let's just say Barry Greenstein has been waiting for the WSOP to add an Asian Pacific event to the calendar since he learned how to talk.

Let’s just say Barry Greenstein has been waiting for the WSOP to add an Asian Pacific event to the calendar since he learned how to talk.

The first WSOP Asia Pacific has netted its first marquee final table.

Event #3 ($2,200 Mixed Event) sees 2/3 of the Holy TriumvirateTM as the two big stacks. Phil Ivey leads the six-handed final table, stacked at 144,300. Ivey is going for his ninth all-time bracelet.* He’s closely followed by Daniel Negreanu with 129,000. This would be Negreanu’s fifth bracelet and first since 2008.

First will bank just over $51,000.

Some other guys you care significantly less about round out the final table. Follow the action here.

In related WSOP AP news, U.S. American Bryan Piccioli won Event #1 ($1,110 Hold’em Accumulator), earning $211,575. Jonathan Duhamel (ahem) finished fourth ($71,870) and Jeremy Ausmus came in fifth ($54,337). Get full results here.

Event #2 ($1,650 PLO) was captured by U.S. American Jim Collopy ($69,662). Get full results here.

* Ivey is the all-time bracelet leader among African-Americans. He currently has 8 more bracelets than Elix Powers. 

 

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