APPT Cebu Main Event
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Event Info

Players 319
Players Left 319

Next Pay Out

Place 8 $14,000

Level Info

Level 26
Blinds 30,000 / 60,000
Ante 5,000
Level:
22
Blinds:
12,000/24,000
Ante:
3,000

Sim Somyung Doubles Up Dong-bin Han

[user92162]
Dong-bin Han
Dong-bin Han
Sim Somyung kept the Korean double up theme going. On an all-Korean heads-up flop of {10-Spades}{2-Clubs}{4-Spades} Dong-bin Han checked to Somyung who announced all in. The all in would be a massive overbet of the pot and would cover Han. Han didn't even think, he just announced call and tabled {A-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}.

Somyung rolled over his own {k-Hearts}{10-Hearts} and would need help in the now near million chip pot.

The turn {4-Hearts} and river {6-Hearts} were not his required outs so Somyung drops to 860,000. Han moves up to 950,000.

Tags: Sim SomyungDong-bin Han

Phillip Willcocks Eliminated in 8th Place ($14,000)

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Phillip Willcocks - 8th Place
Phillip Willcocks - 8th Place
Mark Pagsuyuin has been very quiet at this final table so far, but his large crowd of Filipino supporters had a lot to cheer about on the last hand played. Phillip Willcocks opened the pot to 50,000, then called all in after Pagsuyuin re-raised all in for about 425,000. Willcocks was drawing with {A-Hearts} {K-Diamonds} against Pagsuyuin's {Q-Spades} {Q-Diamonds}.

"Queen! Queeeeeeeeeen!" Pagsuyuin's supporters pleaded. They roared their approval when the flop came {5-Spades} {Q-Hearts} {2-Clubs} to give Pagsuyuin a set of queens and a hammer-lock on the hand. The turn {5-Hearts} paired the board, ending any further drama. Once the river fell {K-Hearts}, Willcocks left the table in 8th place.

Tags: Phillip WillcocksMark Pagsuyuin

Sim Somyung Wins a Pot and a Penalty

[user92162]
Sim Somyung and Dong-bin Han got some Korean-on-Korean action happening.

Preflop, Han limped in, Mark Pagsuyuin completed from the small blind and Somyung checked the big blind.

The flop came {6-Hearts}{5-Spades}{a-Hearts} and it was checked around to the {7-Spades} turn. On the turn Pagsuyuin and Somyung both checked to Han who fried out a bet of 55,000.

Before Pagsuyuin had a chance to act, Somyung announced, call out of turn. Pagsuyuin folded and the tournament director ruled that the out of turn action was binding.

The {j-Clubs} hit the river and again Somyung checked, encouraging Han to bet out 70,000. Somyung called and rolled over {j-Spades}{5-Diamonds}. That would beat out Han's {4-Hearts}{4-Clubs}.

Somyung dragged the pot, but was assessed a one hand penalty for acting out of turn.

Tags: Sim SomyungDong-bin Han

Sim Somyung Takes Big Pot From Phillip Willcocks

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Sim Somyung just got a big boost to his stack.

The flop came out {10-Hearts} {5-Clubs} {Q-Spades}. After both players checked, the turn card was shown: {7-Diamonds}

Phillip bet 200,000 but was then re-raised all-in by Sim. After tanking, Phillip decided to lay it down.

Kevin Clark Doubles-Up Again

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Dong-bin Han raised to 58,000 and Kevin Clark pushed all-in from the small blind for an additional 162,000. After tanking, Dong-bin called.

Clark: {A-Spades} {K-Spades}
Han: {A-Diamonds} {7-Diamonds}

The board ran out: {3-Spades} {Q-Diamonds} {A-Clubs} {2-Spades} {J-Diamonds} to keep Kevin Clark a second double-up. He is now up to more than 400,000 in chips.

Tags: Kevin ClarkDong-bin Han