Negreanu In Lead on The Final Table of WSOP APAC Main Event

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Here on the final day of the 2013 World Series of Poker Asia Pacific Main Event, Daniel Negreanu is leading the final table with a huge stack of chips in his corner. According to the latest updates only four players are playing for the title now. The last player to get eliminated is Kahle Burns. First one to leave the table was Russell Thomas, following him were Mikel Habb and Benny Splinder. From the current standings in terms of chips, it would be safe to say that Negreanu is the favorite to win this main event. We are watching all the action closely and will keep updating you.

Another big news from WSOP APAC 2013 is about the German Poker player Philipp Gruissem, who has won the the WSOP APAC $50,000 High Roller event. Gruissem displayed an unbelievable game to capture the title. He got eliminated on the first day of the same event but decided to re-enter. Out of all 44 players who entered in this event, Gruissem has shown the perfect example of will and skills. He faced Joseph Cheong for the battle heads up. Cheong who was in lead in terms of chips had to bow down to the might of this talented German Poker pro. Gruissem has been a part of the victorious European Team which won the Ceasars Cup yesterday. 

WSOP APAC $50,000 High Roller Results.

  1. Philipp Gruissem- $825,000
  2. Joseph Cheong- $511,000
  3. Paul Phua- $325,000
  4. Lo Shing Fung- $225,000
  5. Elton Tsang- $155,000
  6. Tom Hall- $115,000