Congratulations to all APPT Season 7 Winners!
Season 7 of the Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) began in dramatic fashion back in March 2013, with Australia’s Aaron Lim claiming the first major title of the year in Seoul. Lim earned KRW121,700,000 after seeing off Chane Kampanatsanyakorn in a three hour heads-up battle.
In Cebu, Jae Kyung Sim walked away with PHP3,948,000 and his first APPT title thanks to beating Sweden’s Magnus Karlsson to the winner’s cheque. That was followed swiftly by Alexandre Chieng’s HKD$2,165,000 victory at APPT Macau in June, before the tour moved to Queenstown for APPT Snowfest in late July, where Jonathan Bredin collected the title and a career-best score of NZD$93,600.
In the closing stages of Seaon 7, APPT Melbourne was won by Billy ‘The Croc’ Argyros for AUD$134,500, before the tour bowed out with an unforgettable Asia Championship of Poker (ACOP) festival in Macau in late October. In the HKD$25,000 Warm-Up event, Jian Yang netted the HKD$1,700,000 first prize, and with it the Asia Player of the Year honours, before Sunny Jung was crowned champ in the HKD$100,000 Main Event saw for HKD$4,352,000.
APPT Season 7 Results
|APPT Seoul||March 14-17, 2013||KRW 594,338,400||Aaron Lim (KRW 121,700,000)|
|APPT Cebu||May 1-5, 2013||PHP 14,099,920||Jae Kyung Sim (PHP 3,948,000)|
|APPT Macau||June 12-16, 2013||HKD$8,656,280||Alexandre Chieng(HKD$2,165,000)|
|APPT Queenstown Snowfest||July 30-August 4, 2013||NZD$340,200||Jonathan Bredin(NZD$93,600)|
|APPT Melbourne||September 5-11, 2013||AUD$834,300||Billy Argyros(AUD$134,500)|
|APPT Macau: Asia Championship of Poker (ACOP) Warm-Up||October 28-November 2, 2013||HKD$7,540,780||Jian Yang (HKD$1,700,000)|
|APPT Macau: Asia Championship of Poker (ACOP) Main Event||October 28-November 2, 2013||HKD$19,800,000||Sunny Jung (HKD$4,352,000)|
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