2018 APT Philippines: India’s Polishetty, Singh, And Madugula Fair Well In Side Events

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2018 APT Philippines: India’s Polishetty, Singh, And Madugula Fair Well In Side Events

India’s Amanpreet Singh, Srinivas Polishetty, and Krishna Madugula made news with their commendable performances at the 2018 APT Philippines Championship. Seventeen winners have been crowned already and South Korea’s Lim Yo Hwan is leading the Championship Event final table.

2018 APT Phillipines Championship is receiving a lot of limelight for both its Championship Event and several side events.

Mega SportsWorld Deep Stack Turbo Event

A total of 196 entries crushing the ₱750K guarantee awarded 33 players from a prize pool of ₱950,600. The winner, UK’s Louis Watts took home the first prize of ₱205,100 and the event trophy. Krishna Madugula from Team India ran deep in this event securing the 32nd place for ₹10,307.

Final Table Results

  1. Louis Watts – ₱205,100
  2. Andrew Doyle – ₱136,600
  3. James Bonanno – ₱95,300
  4. Ronni Eilam – ₱69,400
  5. Elmer Kalaquian  – ₱52,500
  6. Jeffrey Pamplona – ₱41,000
  7. Tomio Yoshimura – ₱33,000
  8. Wendell Garcia – ₱27,300
  9. Taku Iwata – ₱23,100

Deep Stack Hyper Turbo Event

India’s Amanpreet Singh lost a close heads-up battle against Jeffrey Pamplona as the latter pocketed his first-ever APT trophy and a befitting prize money of ₱85,500. Singh collected ₹76,439 for finishing second. The massive prize pool of ₱300,700 paid 11 finalists who made into the final table.

Final Table Results

  1. Jeffrey Pamplona – ₱85,500
  2. Amanpreet Singh – ₱57,100
  3. Suheil Ibrahim Saliba – ₱39,800
  4. Arnel Casquejo – ₱29,000
  5. Atsushi Hongo – ₱21,900
  6. Rodrigo Sequite – ₱17,100
  7. Anthony Castro – ₱13,800
  8. Jang Hanwool – ₱11,400
  9. Vilma Goldman – ₱9,700
  10. Mikiya Kudo – ₱8,300
  11. John Paul Singson – ₱7,100

PLO Hi 2 Event

PLO Hi 2 was yet another event where an Indian made his mark. Srinivas Polishetty secured 7th place for ₹63,989. The event title, however, went to Taiwan’s Eric Yang Shao who banked ₱297,600. A total of 51 entries generating a prize pool of ₱989,400 made it a tough field for players in action.

Final Table Results

  1. Eric Yang Shao – ₱197,800
  2. Jeong Minwoong  -₱197,800
  3. Chung Fai Ngeow – ₱138,100
  4. Yul Maravilla – ₱100,500
  5. Jae Chul Chang – ₱76,000
  6. Martin Corpuz – ₱59,400
  7. Srinivas Polishetty – ₱47,800
  8. Matsuzawa Naohiro – ₱39,600
  9. Takeo Hanayama – ₱33,500

Super Deep Stack Turbo Event

Anthony Abram quite literally turned the tables when he converted his stack count from three chips to a winning lot! Beating a field of 84 players, Abram won the ₱11,000 Super Deep Stack Turbo Event quite marvellously. A total of 14 places got to share the prize pool of ₱814,800.

Final Table Results

  1. Anthony Abram – ₱218,000
  2. Edward Penaflorida – ₱145,400
  3. Liu Zhiquiang – ₱101,500
  4. Takayuki Sakamoto – ₱73,900
  5. Mark Dalimore – ₱55,800
  6. Yifang Li – ₱43,600
  7. Ireneo Javalera – ₱35,100
  8. Duy Manh Ho – ₱29,100
  9. Patrick Jolas Guerrero – ₱24,600

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