The Asian Poker Tour(APT) Asian Series Cambodia continued at the Queenco Hotel and Casino as Japanese poker player Daichi Tominaga took down the High Rollers Event and Belarusian Aliaksiandr Yushkevich won the US$ 110 NLH Multiple Rebuy and Add-On tournament in his first shot at the tournament. The player from Belarus was coming to the APT for the first time and outlasted the others to win his first APT Trophy and the biggest piece of the USD 10K Prize pool.
The popular event that went to the floor on this day was the High Rollers Event which saw several tournament regs in attendance. A total of 25 entries were seen for this $2,500 buy in event creating a prize pool of over USD 55,000. Daichi Tominaga won the coveted trophy in this event taking the lions share of the prize pool. Seen on the felt were high stakes poker regular David Steicke; World Gaming Magazine’s Andrew Scott and Michael Mariakis; recent APT champion Hun Sokmeng who had won on the opening day; Japan’s Iori Yogo, back-to-back APT POY Sam Razavi and Linh Tran.
Other events planned for Day 3 of the APT Asian Series Cambodia are US$220 Head Hunter at 1:00 PM and a pair of satellites to the main event.