APPT 10 Manila: Day 1B coverage archive

August 05, 2016

Charles Lesmana leads Day 1b

Another nine levels of play are in the books here at PokerStars LIVE Manila as Day 1b drew to a close. By the end of the late registration and re-entry period there were a total of 349 entries, comfortably eclipsing yesterday’s 228. Of those trying their luck today it was 106 who survived to secure their seat for Day 2 tomorrow, they’ll be back to join the 62 survivors from Day 1a.

Ahead of today’s pack when all was said and done was Charles Lesmana. He had a stellar day on the felt, bagging up 169,800. Lesmana managed to fly under the radar today before charging home in the final stretch to establish himself as Day 1b chip boss. Tomorrow’s start-of-day chip leader, however, will be Day 1a commander Jen-Yen Chien who returns with 286,900.

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Day 1b chip boss – Charles Lesmana

Being the last Day 1 flight, today revealed the total player numbers and payout information. In the end it was a total of 577 entrants – only just shy of last season’s 585. Those players generated a total prize pool of ₱25,186,050 with 54 places paying dividends and the eventual champion taking home ₱6,135,000 (which includes a HK$100,000 entry to the 2016 ACOP Main Event) on top of the coveted APPT trophy. You can find the full payout information here.

Four of our Team PokerStars Pros qualified for Day 2 yesterday – Bryan Huang (101,500), Yaxi Zhu (86,600), Chen-An Lin (54,000) and Kosei Ichinose (16,300) so they’ll be back to make a run at the title tomorrow. Vivian Im was the only Team Pro to enter yesterday and not quite make the cut. She had another shot at it today but unfortunately came up short again about halfway through proceedings.

Joining Im on the rail was fellow teammate Celina Lin who fired her first bullet today. From all reports Lin didn’t seem to get much going this afternoon, hanging in there for a few hours but ultimately falling by the wayside in the later part of the night.

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A happier time for Team PokerStars Pro Celina Lin

For the 168 survivors (seat draw) though it’s right back to it tomorrow here in the City of Dreams Casino. Day 2 begins at 2pm local time. Be sure to join us here on the PokerStars Blog for everything you need to know about APPT 10 Manila. — BK

9:15pm: Last five hands
Just like last night, they be five more hands played at each table before play concludes. –MC

9pm: Yu can’t do it
Level 9 – Blinds 600/1,200 (100 ante)

Winfred Yu’s dreams of making Day 2 were just dashed after he ended up on the wrong end of a battle of the blinds. The player in the small blind raised to 2,400 and Yu moved all in over the top for around 22,000.

The small blind called it off and Yu saw that he was flipping to stay alive.

Yu: K♠J♣
Small blind: 6♠6♥

The 10♦4♣A♣ flop gave Yu some outs to Broadway but the 9♦ turn and 3♠ river bricked off to send him packing with only 30 minutes left in the day.

I guess it’s back to that job as a receptionist. — BK

8:50pm: Yu looking to repeat on last year’s success
Level 9 – Blinds 600/1,200 (100 ante)

Winfred Yu has been nursing a short stack for a long time. He managed to crack A-K with A-6, hitting a six on the turn to get to 18,000 chips. Somehow it wasn’t a full double up as he found someone with a shorter stack than him.

“Maybe, I’ll do the same as last year: make Day 2 with starting stack and go on to make the final table!” he philosophized.

“If I don’t make Day 2 though, I may have to spend two days working as a receptionist!” he went on to joke. –MC

8:40pm: Patni back in the hunt
Level 9 – Blinds 600/1,200 (100 ante)

Kunal Patni failed to make it through to Day 2 yesterday, but is in with a fighting chance today after winning a vital race.

He was down to 14,500 when he made his move with K♥Q♣ and found a willing customer with 8♣8♦. The board ran 6♥K♠7♥10♦5♦ to pair the Indian’s king. –MC

8:20pm: Ballesteros still breathing
Level 8 – Blinds 500/1,000 (100 ante)

Jaime Ballesteros’s tournament is still alive after he pulled a light move and it payed dividends. After a raise to 2,000 Bart Luyckx called before Ballesteros pushed all in for 14,300.

The initial raiser made the call and with Luyckx giving it up the cards went on their backs.

Ballesteros: 9♠8♠
Opponent: A♣Q♠

Ballesteros had the worst of it but he had live cards and the 3♥6♦7♦ gave him additional outs with a straight draw. The 8♦ turn saw him pair to take the lead and needing to fade just an ace or queen on the river the deck obliged with the 9♥ completing things.

Ballesteros clapped and let out a cheer and he raked in the pot and kept his run alive. — BK

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8:15pm: Yu Lai that hand down Patty?
Patty Pei Yu Lai made an agonising lay down in a big pot, and if she’s to believe her opponent and his friend, it was a very good one.

Around 50,000 was in the middle and the board read Q♦3♠J♦10♠ at the turn. Lai was on the button and facing a 22,000 bet.

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Critical decison for Patty

“Sh&t, sh&t!” she said before going through the motions of blowing air out of her mouth and looking in real pain, before saying, “Oh my god!”

“Should’ve gone all-in on the flop! Ace-king?” she said moments later before open folding K♣K♥.

When she inquired as to what her open had, he responded by saying he had the nuts, a statement his friend on the rail backed up as he was shown the cards after the pot was over. Lai still has 52,000 to play with. –MC

7:55pm: Tollefsen back and building
Level 8 – Blinds 500/1,000 (100 ante)

We reported earlier that Henrik Tollefsen lost the last of his stack right before the end of the re-entry period, and it seems he utilized the opportunity as he’s now back at the tables and accumulating chips.

Tollefsen raised to 2,400 from early position and it folded around to Kunal Patni in the big blind who opted to defend. The flop was spread 2♥9♥4♥ and once checked to Tollefsen continued for 2,600.

Patni called and the two of them went to the J♦ turn. After another check from Patni Tollfesen barrelled again, this time for 5,500, and again Patni called before the K♦ appeared on the end.

A final check from Patni saw Tollefsen continue the aggression with a hefty 13,000. Patni didn’t take long to fold before posing a question.

“Got there on the river?” Patni asked.

“Got there on the flop” came Tollefsen’s reply as he stacked up a new total of 53,000 in chips. Patni on the other hand dropped to 32,000. — BK

7:40pm: Van Putten on a charge
Level 8 – Blinds 500/1,000 (100 ante)

Jasper van Putten’s stack has shot up with big hands either side of the break. After won the latest hand, he told the blog that he won with set-over-set in a three-bet pot just before the break.


No wonder he’s happy!

The hand we witnessed after the break saw him knock out a neighbour after finding aces behind the all-in. A player raised from middle position before another player three-bet all-in for 28,100 from the button. Van Putten looked down at A♣A♦ in the small blind and made the call. After the original raiser folded, the cutoff opened 6♠6♦ but failed to crack the rockets on a Q♠4♦4♠J♦4♥ board. — MC

7:20pm: Final break of the night

Players have just commenced their last 10 minute break of Day 1b. Coverage will resume momentarily. — BK

7:10pm: Ship it to Shashank
Level 7 – Blinds 400/800 (100 ante)

Rathi Shashank has moved his stack over the 100,000-chip mark after a nice call on the river against Christopher Soyza.

We arrived at the table on the turn with the board showing 6♣3♠6♥J♠. Soyza led out for 7,400 and Shashank made the call to take them to the 6♦ river.

Soyza had a final stab at it for 18,000 on the end but Shashank picked him off, calling with J♥8♥ for a full house.

“Ten high” Soyza admitted tabling 10♣8♣.

He was knocked down to 26,000 while Shashank eclipsed six digits. — BK

7:05pm: Photo opportunity time. Denied
Level 7 – Blinds 400/800 (100 ante)

Dean Alred more than doubled to almost 40,000 a short while ago after a three-way flop all-in, and wanted to take a photo of the cards, but the dealer wasn’t in the mood to slow down for him. It’s unsure whether or not Alred managed to get the shot – it was so close to tell that it was like a photo finish.

The flop was 2♠A♠9♥ and Alred held A♣K♥ to his opponents’ Q♠Q♥ and A♥J♥. The K♠K♣ turn and river run out could’ve been worse for the Englishman and he was super excited about it, as I’m sure you’ve all worked out. — MC

6:40pm: Wittmann and Paik push
Level 7 – Blinds 400/800 (100 ante)

APPT Seoul champion Albert Paik is in town going for back-to-back APPT titles and he was just one card away from eliminating Karl Wittmann.

After an under the gun raise to 2,000 Wittmann moved all in for 14,800 and when it folded around to Paik, he moved all in over the top with enough to cover. The rest of the table folded and the cards went on their backs.

Wittmann: A♥Q♥
Paik: A♦K♠

Paik had Wittmann dominated and by the turn it seemed Wittmann’s run was all but over until the river card brought a straight on board with the community cards showing 4♣6♠7♣5♦3♥.

They both took their bets back and would have to be content chopping up the blinds and antes. — BK

6:30pm: The receptionist hanging on
Level 6 – Blinds 300/600 (75 ante)

Winfred Yu, who joked about working as a receptionist to earn another buy-in earlier today is hanging in there with a short stack.

He been patiently folding, obviously waiting for a hand to make a move with. When he found said hand, he didn’t get a call. He three-bet all-in for 7,500 from the button after the cutoff had raised to 1,700. The cutoff then tank open-folded red fours.

A few hands later, Wu open shoved but received no callers. Sorry sir, can we put you on hold until we find a showdown hand for you to play? — MC

6:15pm: Mishira makes an exit
Level 6 – Blinds 300/600 (75 ante)

Don Mishira has just left us near the end of Level 6 here after getting his money in good and failing to hold against Han Wool Jang.

After a raise to 1,500 from late position, Jang called on the button. Mishira had other ideas, however, as he moved all in for an extra 6,850. The initial raiser quickly folded but Jang called to put Mishira at risk.

Jang: A♠10♥
Mishira: A♥K♣

Mishira had Jang dominated and looked good to secure himself a double up. That was until the J♣K♥Q♠ flop saw Jang flop Broadway to leave Mishira drawing thin to a chop and even thinner to a win.

The 5♣ turn was no help and neither was the 8♥ river and Mishira’s elimination was confirmed. With the tournament now locked out he won’t have the chance to re-enter. — BK

6:10pm: Even stars burn out
Level 6 – Blinds 300/600 (75 ante)

Alan Lau’s ascent has been clipped back slightly after he let a hand go on the river to drop back to 55,000.

He raised to 1,800 off the button and called after the big blind three-bet to 3,700. The flop fell A♣10♥5♠ and the big blind continued for 4,500. Call. Both players checked the 6♥ turn before the big blind led for 12,500. Fold.

We reported recently that Vivian Lim was in trouble. Unfortunately she never made a comeback and the re-entry period ended at the beginning of this level, so it’s gg for the main event for the Team PokerStars Pro. –MC

5:55pm: Im in trouble
Level 6 – Blinds 300/600 (75 ante)

Team PokerStars Pro Vivian Im’s tournament life is on the ropes after losing a pot to Colombia’s Jaime Ballesteros.

Azusa Maeda kicked things off with an early position raise to 1,500 before Im played back at him to the tune of 3,500. It folded around to Ballesteros who cold-called in the big blind, and Maeda tossed in the extra 2,000 to see a flop of Q♣2♠J♥.

The action was quickly checked around and on the 3♣ turn it was checked over to Im who wagered 6,000 – leaving herself only 2,725 behind. Ballesteros asked to see her stack before calling, and when Maeda folded the dealer revealed the 4♥ river.

The two remaining players checked their options and Ballesteros showed J♣10♣ for a pair of jacks. The hand was good as Im mucked to leave herself with less than five big blinds. — BK

5:40pm: Lau uses position to gather more chips
Level 6 – Blinds 300/600 (75 ante)

Alan Lau’s stack has gotten up to 68,000 after he won a pretty simple pot using aggression and position.

After a cutoff raise to 1,200 he three-bet to 3,200 from the button. The big blind and the original raiser called to see a K♥K♣10♠ flop. The action checked to Lau and he continued for 4,000. Both opponents folded. Simples. — MC

5:10pm: Scheduled break

It’s time again for players to take a break. Coverage will recommence in 10 minutes. — BK

5pm: No miracle comeback for Tollefsen
Level 5 – Blinds 200/400 (50 ante)

Norway’s Henrik Tollefsen found himself with less than four big blinds and got the last of it in preflop against four other players.

The flop landed 5♠2♣K♣ and after a bet from one player only one call meant Tollefsen had two less opponents to deal with. The action was checked down through the 6♦ turn and 3♣ river. Tollefsen tabled A♥9♦ for just ace-high but it wasn’t enough against A♦4♦ for a rivered straight.

Tollefsen dusts off that bullet right before break and the close of registrating – we’re not sure if he will decide to re-enter. — BK

4:50pm: If Carlsberg made river cards…
Level 5 – Blinds 200/400 (50 ante)

Danish player Martin Stausholm is making a better fist of his second bullet – up to 35,000 – after flopping second pair and making trips on the river. It must be to do with the performance enhancing beer he’s drinking.

He raised to 800 from the cutoff and was called by the button and small blind en route to a 6♦8♥A♣ flop. Stausholm continued for 1,000 and was only check-called by the small blind before both checked the 6♣ turn. The river was the 8♦ and Stausholm had another 2,700 check-called. He opened 9♠8♣ for trips and his opponent mucked. –MC

4:45pm: Reigning APOY rising
Level 5 – Blinds 200/400 (50 ante)

Reigning Asia Player of the Year Alan King Lun Lau is here and doing damage – he just knocked a tablemate out of the running.

The cards were spread 9♥6♦5♦A♠K♠ and after the big blind checked, Lau moved all in from the cutoff with enough to cover his opponent’s final 17,000.

The player hesitated but eventually called off and Lau flipped over 9♠9♣ for a flopped set. Resigned to his fate Lau’s tablemate knocked the table with a nod before leaving the tournament area. — BK

4:35pm: Team Pro counts
Level 5 – Blinds 200/400 (50 ante)

Vivian Im

Vivian Im – 27,200
Celina Lin – 17,400
2015 Asia Player of the Year Alan Lau is also back today and has a healthy 37,000. –MC

4:20pm: Bart blazing a trail
Level 5 – Blinds 200/400 (50 ante)

Bart Luyckx has been steadily climbing here today and he just took down another pot after putting the pressure on with a turn check-raise.

On a flop of J♠8♠9♣ Luyckx check-called a bet of 2,700 to see the dealer turn the 3♦. Luyckx checked again before his opponent bet 4,000 of his remaining 10,000 in chips. There wasn’t much hesitation before Luyckx flicked in two 5,000-denomination chips to put his tablemate to a decision for his entire stack.

The move was met with a scrunched up face and after a minute’s deliberation Luyckx’s opponent threw it in the muck. With that pot Luyckx builds to a stack of 54,000. — BK

4:13pm: Kings cost Stausholm
Level 4 – Blinds 150/300 (25)

Martin Stausholm immediately bought back in after he busted holding pocket kings.
He was in the under the gun position and battling post flop with a player to his direct left. The board at the turn, when Stausholm committed his last 11,025, was J♣7♣4♦Q♦. The Dane opened his K♥K♠ but was behind to his opponent’s J♥7♥ and the A♦ river changed not a thing. –MC

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4pm: Maeda takes from Tollefsen
Level 4 – Blinds 150/300 (25)

Henrik Tollefsen recently sat down next to Team PokerStars Pro Vivian Im, and the Norwegian has since lost a few chips to Azusa Maeda.

With the flop showing 3♣10♥J♦ Tollefsen led at it for 2,500 from the big blind before Maeda called from the button. Both players then checked through the 5♥ turn and the J♦ arrived on the river.

Tollefsen checked his option but quickly folded when Maeda had a stab at it for 3,600. With that Tollefsen drops to 16,025 while Maeda moves up to 46,200 in chips. — BK

3:45pm: Lai takes one away
Level 4 – Blinds 150/300 (25)

Patty Pei Yu Lai’s stack has risen to around 30,000 after she took two players off a stack, out of position.


Patty on the rise

She was in the small blind and called a cutoff raise along with the button. The flop fell 6♠K♦9♠ and the action was checked around to the button who bet 1,825. Both opponents called to the A♥ turn where Lai led out for 6,500. It seemed to take her opponents by surprise and one by one they folded. — MC

3:20pm: Shaq shows up with the goods
Level 4 – Blinds 150/300 (25)

A player known to us only as ‘Shaq’ just won a very healthy pot after a crafty river check-raise. The board read 6♣7♣7♦Q♥10♥ and Shaq checked into two players from the small blind.

Next-to-act Roger Spets fired for 2,500 and Don Mishira made the call before the action was back on Shaq. He took his time before flicking 13,000 into the middle. Spets looked befuddled but after a minute or so he committed to a call.

Mishira got out of the way and Shaq tabled 6♥6♦ for a flopped full house. Spets nodded and paused momentarily before relinquishing the inferior hand. — BK

3pm: Three hands with Celina
Level 3 – Blinds 150/300

Team PokerStars Pro Celina Lin played three hands in a row leading up to the break, winning two and losing one, to see her hover just under starting stack.

In the first hand, she and Albert Paik made it to the turn of a Q♣9♥4♦2♠ board with around 5,000 chips in the middle. Lin led out for 5,000 from the small blind and Paik folded from the hijack.

The next hand saw Lin open raise from the button taking the blinds and antes.


Lin keeping busy

Hisashi Ogi opened to the pot the next hand, raising to 700 from the hijack. Lin called in the seat and Chung Ying Chen called from the big blind. Ogi continued for 1,000 on the 6♠4♣7♥ flop before Lin raised to 2,500. Chen check-called from the big blind and that was enough to scare off Ogi. Lin was then scared off on the 4♥ turn after Chen bet another 2,500.

The players are on their first 10-minute break of the day. –MC

2:50pm: Li looking to re-enter
Level 3 – Blinds 150/300

Yan Li was down to less than 3,000 in chips when she opened to 700 from middle position. Azusa Maeda on her direct left made the call but Graeme Siow Wei Lik popped it up to 3,000. Li called off for her tournament life and Maeda came along to a flop of J♥Q♥4♥.

“I want a re-entry” Li said, flashing us what looked like 7-3 off suit.

Li was already walking to the registration booth before the other two checked to see the Q♠ turn. The action checked all the way through and the 10♥ river completed the board.

Lik had the best of it with A♠J♠ ahead of Maeda’s 10♦7♦ and Li’s rags and he took down the pot. Li should be back in the field momentarily. — BK

2:35pm: Ozawa outta here
Level 3 – Blinds 150/300

Japan’s Naoya Ozawa has fallen in the third level here after a bad beat sent him packing.

He got every one of his chips in preflop holding K♥K♣ and looked set for a double up against his tablemate Andy Asihwardji’s Q♠Q♣.

That was until the 7♠Q♥3♠ saw Asihwardji take the lead and Ozawa left chasing two outs. Neither of those would come as the A♦ turn and 10♦ river rolled off and Ozawa left his seat.

Asihwardji moved up to 63,700 in chips. — BK

2:30pm: Lucky suit for Yu?
Level 3 – Blinds 150/300

Winfred Yu fired two bullets yesterday without luck and he’s back for more today, and wearing a dapper suit, as you can see from the below photo.


Winfred Yu looking the part….of a receptionist

He told the blog that he had to come in early to work a few hours behind the registration desk to earn the money for the today’s entry, therefore he needed to dress the part. We believe times are that tough Winfred, we really do. — MC

2:20pm: Cry me a river for Holley
Level 2 – Blinds 100/200

Matt Holley did the old reverse psychology trick on the deck to win a race to get back to starting stack.

He was on the button and got his stack in with A♦Q♠ and was called by a player in the hijack holding 8♣8♠. The board ran to the turn as 9♣4♠4♣2♠ when Holley said, “Nice hand, you win,” while tapping the table. Then the river came as the A♣ to hand him the pot, and he continued, “Sorry!” –MC

2:15pm: Celina Lin takes a seat
Level 2 – Blinds 100/200

Today’s PokerStars Team Pro roster looks like it’s doubled here today with Celina Lin spotted on the tournament floor. She joins teammate Vivian Im who was seated at the start of play.

A few more familiar faces at the tables include Pete Chen, Christopher Soyza, Bart Luyckx, Iori Yogo and Winfred Yu. — BK

2:00pm: Tang takes one down
Level 2 – Blinds 100/200

We arrived at the table to see an already bloated pot and cards on their backs with the board reading Q♦2♠2♦7♦K♦ and Jing Tang with a 6,700 all-in out in front of him.

His opponent had called with A♣A♦ to put Tang at risk but the latter flopped the world holding Q♠Q♣ for a full house.

The dealer cut out the correct amount from the other player’s stack and pushed the pot Tang’s way. He now has 29,000 in chips to play with. — BK

1:50pm: Five-way action on table 17
Level 2 – Blinds 100/200

Marcuss Liow bet into four opponents on table 17 and after getting called in two spots he would’ve been happy to see a favourable turn card.

The flop was 9♠A♦5♠ and his 500 bet from the hijack was called Kian Chong Cheong and Fu Bang Huang in the next two seats. The turn was the 5♣ and he upped the pressure with a 3,000 bet, only called by Cheong. The board filled out with the J♦ and Liow bet 6,000. Cheong called once more and mucked upon seeing his opponent’s 5♦6♦ for trip fives. — MC

1:40pm: High Roller champ caught out
Level 1 – Blinds 50/100

While Day 1a of the Main Event was on last night, China’s Yan Li was busy shipping the High Roller Event and pocketing herself ₱3,527,400. She’s back in the poker room today for Day 1b of the Main Event, but things haven’t quite been going her way so far.

In a recent hand the action went four-way to a flop of K♣2♦4♠ and after the big blind checked, Li barrelled for 525 from early position. Azusa Maeda made the call next-to-act and after the fourth player folded, the big blind stuck around and the three went to the 10♣ turn.

Another check from the big blind saw Li continue for 1,700 which was met by a call from Maeda and a fold from the big blind. The 10♠ river completed the board and Li loaded up again, firing for 6,325 on the end. Maeda didn’t take long to make the correct call and saw his K♥J♥ was good when Li tabled 3♣3♦. — BK

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Yan Li

1:35pm: Chang and Panti feel positional pain
Level 1 – Blinds 50/100

The power of position in poker is so important as many of us know. Kunal Patni and certainly Carlos Chang know that, after tangling with Kitamura Makoto.

Panti raised to 425 from third to act after a player had limped under the gun. Chang was on the button and studied Patni before calling. Makoto didn’t need anytime to think on the button and immediately made it 1,500 to go. The limper folded but Patni and Chang called to a A♦3♠2♦ that all three checked through. The turn was the J♥ and Patni checked to Chang who bet 2,400, only for Makoto to quickly raise again, to 6,000. Patni got out of the way to allow Chang to call to the 6♠ river where he check-folded (dropping to 13,000) when Makoto moved all-in. –MC

1:15pm: Field swells and familiar faces
Level 1 – Blinds 50/100

There are still players lined up at the registration booth and with 152 already seated – and unlimited re-entry available, it looks like there should be an impressive field size today.

We’ve already spotted a few familiar faces at the tables. Donald Lange is back again, he’ll be hoping to run better this afternoon after having his pocket kings cracked yesterday. Also among the field are Kunal Patni, Gab Yong Kim and Team PokerStars Pro Vivian Im.

Im was the only Team Pro who played yesterday to not qualify for Day 2, with Bryan Huang, Yaxi Zhu, Kosei Ichinose and Chen An Lin all securing theirs seats. Also expected to play today is teammate Celina Lin, but we haven’t seen her in the poker room just yet. — BK

1pm: Cards in the air!
Level 1 – Blinds 50/100

Players are now in their seats and play is underway. We’ll be hitting the tournament floor to see if we can spot any notable names in the mix. Stay tuned! — BK

12:30pm: Welcome to Day 1b!

It’s almost time again for another group of poker hopefuls to pull up seats and try their luck in this APPT Manila Main Event. Yesterday saw 228 entries and ultimately 62 survived the nine levels of play. With re-entry available in this tournament we’re expecting a few of yesterday’s casualties to make a return appearance as well as a group of new faces in the mix.

Today’s runners will be chasing yesterday’s chip leader Jen-Yen Chien who bagged up 286,900 at the conclusion of play. He had a great day at the felt, spinning up his 20,000 starting chip stack to over tenfold throughout the day.

And now only 30 minutes remain until the action commences once again here at PokerStars LIVE Manila. As always we’ll have all the action from here on the tournament floor. Be sure to stay with us here at the PokerStars Blog! — BK


Fred Leung explaining what a float is, in his regular morning lesson

PokerStars Blog reporting team in Manila: Brad Kain and Marc Convey. Photos by Kenneth Lim Photography.

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