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David Douglas Eliminated in 20th Place (HK$270,000)

• Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 1,000 ante

After a series of bets and raises before the flop, David Douglas found himself all in and at risk for his last roughly 160,000 against Terrence Chan. The cards were exposed to find Chan in a dominating position.

Chan: {A-Hearts}{A-Spades}
Douglas: {Q-Clubs}{Q-Spades}

The board ran out clean as {5-Spades}{J-Hearts}{6-Clubs}{3-Hearts}{J-Clubs} hit the felt, keeping Chan's pocket aces out in front. Douglas was eliminated from play in 20th place and Chan boosted his stack up to about 570,000.

Terrence Chan ca 570,000 205,000
David Douglas gb Busted

Tags: David DouglasTerrence Chan

Celina Lin Eliminated in 22nd Place (HK$270,000)

• Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 1,000 ante
Celina Lin (Day 3) - 22nd Place
Celina Lin (Day 3) - 22nd Place

Ami Barer opened with an early positioned raise to 16,000 only to have Team PokerStars Pro Celina Lin three-bet ship for 72,000 from two seats over. Dimitar Danchev was next to act and he flatted Lin's all in raise. Action folded back to Barer and he moved all in over the top, only to find a call from Danchev. The hands were exposed and the 2013 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event winner had two opponents all in and at risk.

Danchev: {10-Hearts}{10-Spades}
Barer: {A-Clubs}{K-Clubs}
Lin: {4-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}

The flop came down {J-Hearts}{K-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}, pairing Barer's king and giving him the lead in the hand. The {Q-Spades} touched down on fourth street and the {Q-Clubs} completed the board on the river. Lin's fours were unable to improve and she was eliminated as the 22nd place finisher. Barer, on the other hand, doubled through Danchev and now has about 590,000 to his name.

Ami Barer ca 590,000 338,000
Dimitar Danchev bg 170,000 -191,000
Celina Lin cn Busted

Tags: Ami BarerCelina LinDimitar Danchev

Sbrzesny Doubles Through Mizzi

• Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 1,000 ante

Bodo Sbrzesny opened to 16,000 from early position and it folded to Sorel Mizzi two seats over. He three-bet the action to 38,000, prompting folds all of the way around the table and back to Sbrzesny. He moved all in for 128,000 and Mizzi instantly called.

Sbrzesny: {10-Hearts}{10-Spades}
Mizzi: {7-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}

The board fell down {4-Diamonds}{J-Hearts}{K-Hearts}{K-Spades}{3-Diamonds}, keeping Sbrzesny's pocket tens in the lead. He scored the double up and now has about 280,000 to his name.

Bodo Sbrzesny at 280,000 166,000
Sorel Mizzi ca 210,000 -152,000

Tags: Sorel MizziBodo Sbrzesny

Shuffle Up And Deal!

• Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 1,000 ante

Cards are in the air for Day 4 of the PokerStars.net APPT Season 8 Asia Championship of Poker! The field will play down from the final 24 to the official final table of nine.

Level:
19
Blinds:
4,000/8,000
Ante:
1,000

ACOP Main Event Day 4: March To the Final Nine

Yaxi Zhu - One Million Chips
Yaxi Zhu - One Million Chips

Welcome to Day 4 of the ACOP Main Event here at the PokerStars LIVE poker room at the City of Dreams here in Macau where this the record field enters its penultimate day.

Yaxi Zhu from China begins the day as chip leader and the only player over 1 million chips with 24 players remaining. Zhu grabbed the lead late yesterday when she eliminated Mike McDonald and eventually bagged up 1,019,000.

Russia’s Konstantin Pogodin lies second with 901,000 and another Chinese player, Meng Dian Peng, is third with 834,000.

Last year’s champion Sunny Jung still has a great chance of defending his title sitting in fourth place on the leader board with 822,000. Some of the other big names in this talented field we will be reporting on include Joseph Cheong (527,000), Day 3 chip leader Sorel Mizzi (362,000) and Vladimir Troyanovskiy (351,000).

Team PokerStars Pro Celina Lin nursed a short stack for most of yesterday to make it into the money and returns with 91,000 and hopes to spin it up.

Play resumes at level 19 with blinds at 4000 / 8000 / 1000 and the plan is to play down to an official final table of nine before they return for the final day of play for a shot at the title and a chance to win HK$6,300,000.

Cards are in the air at 3 p.m. so stay tuned as the PokerNews Live reporting team will keep you up to date all the way through to the end of play and keep you entertained with some exclusive videos from Remko Rinkema.

Tags: ACOPCelina LinMacauYaxi Zhu

Day 4 Seat Draw and Chips

Table 20

SeatPlayer
1Bodo Sbrzesny
2-empty-
3Gabriel Le Jossec
4Sorel Mizzi
5Raiden Kan
6Jorn Walthaus
7Terrence Chan
8David Douglas
9Yaxi Zhu

Table 22

SeatPlayer
1Sunny Jung
2Ami Barer
3Konstantin Pogodin
4Celina Lin
5Dimitar Danchev
6Stephane Blouin
7Kai Yat Fam
8Meng Dian Peng
9-empty-

Table 23

SeatPlayer
1Zuo "ST" Wang
2Jian Zhang
3Michael Tureniec
4Tore Lukashaugen
5Byron Kaverman
6Joseph Cheong
7Vladimir Troyanovskiy
8Ronald Chun Long Yu
9-empty-
Yaxi Zhu CN 1,019,000
Konstantin Pogodin ru 901,000
Meng Dian Peng cn 834,000
Sunny Jung kr 822,000
Joseph Cheong us 527,000
Gabriel Le Jossec ca 488,000
Tore Lukashaugen no 419,000
Raiden Kan HK 405,000
Terrence Chan ca 365,000
Sorel Mizzi ca 362,000
Dimitar Danchev bg 361,000
Zuo 'ST' Wang CN 351,000
Vladimir Troyanovskiy ru 351,000
Jorn Walthaus nl 272,000
Ami Barer ca 252,000
David Douglas gb 179,000
Ronald Chun Long Yu HK 152,000
Bodo Sbrzesny at 114,000
Jian Zhang us 94,000
Celina Lin cn 91,000
Kai Yat Fam SG 77,000
Byron Kaverman us 73,000
Stephane Blouin CA 53,000