WSOP Australia’s dominance continues in Asia-Pacific

A huge dying Australian takes the final 18th place at the WSOP Asia Pacific Main Event, which will continue today at Melbourne’s Crown Casino.

However, Victor Teng’s main challengers include WSOP contender Brandon Shack-Harris and Gary Benson and Jackie Glazer, two of Australia’s most famous players in poker.

Teng prevails on day three, packaging the chip leads to 1,854,000 and putting it in a strong position to launch an attack on the first, last table and second coveted WSOP APAC event.

Teng has had several big cash in the past, including the red dragon main event in the Macau Poker Cup.

Melbourne’s Jason Giuliano, who was struggling hard earlier in the day, was second with $1.203 million, while Kyle Montgomery ($1,196,000) was the only other player with more than $1 million in chips.

The day began with 70 players remaining in the main event of A$10,000 and soon the big names began to fall.

Early casualties included Jonathan Duhamel, Byron Caberman, Jeff Gross and Kyle Cheng.

With the top 36 players cashed in for the match, it was another Australian, Kasra Bakhsh, who was unlucky to take a spot outside of the money. 카지노사이트