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.