On the second day of the Main Event of 2013 Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) Cebu, Indian Poker Pros are displaying their skills and climbing up the ladder in terms of chips, steadily. Day 2 starts with three top Indian poker players battling for the title with the remaining 76 players from 158, who participated in the main event. According to our latest updates. Aditya Agarwal is placed at number 13 with a total of 63,900 chips. Following him at number 15 is Abhishek Goindi with a handsome chip stack of 53,000. Goindi started his day with only 19,600 chips but he played cleverly and is now in a much better position. Earlier at level 9, Aman Dhamija got busted out of the game when he lost his last pot to Ivan Zalac.
By the end of day 1, Ivan Zalac was in lead in terms of chips but as the game progressed on the second day, he lost his top position to Chane Kampanatsanyakorn. Another player who survived day one and played tactfully on second day is American Jim Collopy. Collopy is following Kampanatsanyakorn, and is at number two position. He won a huge pot against Cheng Liu with two K’s in his hand. Earlier Bryan Huang of Team PokerStars was busted out by Sam Razavi, who found himself leaving the final table after a short while.
Another player who is going strong and is changing his positions in top five, game after game is Milan Gurung. He was not in lead when the day began but slowly and gradually he climbed up. After a while he found himself on the top but after few hands he slipped down to number two.
We are keeping an eye on all the happening in the APPT main event for you and wishing Indian players good luck. Keep watching this space for more updates.