Main Event
Main Event
Day 2 completed

We Have A Final Table

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Day 2 Chip Leader: Eric Cheung
Day 2 Chip Leader: Eric Cheung
After eighteen grueling levels of poker action, the Resorts World Manila Inaugural Poker Championships now has the top ten players who will battle it out in tomorrow's final table.

Eric Cheung currently holds the chip lead at 427,000 while Martin Gonzales is in a close second. Here's a rundown of the final table:

Seat 1: Paul Hirakawa (344,000)
Seat 2: Willy Maliksi (330,000)
Seat 3: Elmer Binondo (55,000)
Seat 4: Jeon Seung Soo (332,000)
Seat 5: Sam Munloong (142,000)
Seat 6: Martin Gonzales (418,000)
Seat 7: Eric Cheung (427,000)
Seat 8: Geraldo Lubas (180,000)
Seat 9: Sae Jin Lee (320,000)
Seat 10: Ed Marcelo (113,000)

We'll be back tomorrow for the last day of the tournament at 7:00 pm.

See you all tomorrow!

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Freddie Dy Eliminated at Fourteenth Place (PhP 35,000)

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Freddie Dy
Freddie Dy
Freddie Dy was eliminated at 14th place.

His trip-Queens was not enough to beat Jeon Seung Soo's boat. Freddie's hole cards were Ace-Queen while Jeon's were pocket fours.

Pre-flop, Freddie bet 32,000 and Jeon flat-called. Both players checked the flop {Q-Spades}{Q-Hearts}{4-Hearts}.

When the turn card came {5-Diamonds}, Freddie again ledt out with a bet of 32,000 then Jeon moved all-in. Freddie instantly called.

The turn and river could not save Freddie from elimination.

Freddie received PhP 35,000 in cash prize.

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Level:
18
Blinds:
4,000/8,000
Ante:
1,000

Big Pot For Jeon

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Jeon Seung Soo
Jeon Seung Soo
Jeon Seung Soo has just added to his big stack after moving all in.

After the flop {10-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}, Jeon pushed all in and moved away from the table prompting a warning advising him to protect his hand.

But there was no caller so the pot was pushed in his direction.

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