card playing terms Japan’s Daigo Nakata captures maiden title at APL Manila Tip-Off;

card playing terms Japan’s Daigo Nakata captures maiden title at APL Manila Tip-Off;

card playing terms Japan’s Daigo Nakata captures maiden title at APL Manila Tip-Off; Darren Yu wins Hyper Turbo,Daigo Nakata.Festival opener APL Tip-Off found its champion after the lone Japanese at the final table, Daigo Nakata, defeated local player Raymundo Gomez at heads up. This was Nakata’s first ever live victory. It earned him a career high payout of PHP 649,000 (~$26,770)..The 2Ace Poker Room buzzed with action as the APL Tip-Off kicked off the  Ace Poker League Manila series on November 27, 2023. Drawing a diverse crowd of locals, Koreans, and international players, the event built a starting field of 328 entries, surpassing the PHP 2M guarantee for a substantial PHP 3,181,600 prize pool..*Read up on final table rundown via the Live Updates – APL Tip Off.Date/s: November 27-29, 2023.Buy-in: PH₱ 10,500 (~$ 190).Guarantee: PH₱ 2,000,000 (~$ 36,090).Entries: 328.Prize pool: PH₱ 3,181,600 (~$ 57,470).ITM: 49 players.Final 9 payouts.Place.Player.Flag.Payout in PH₱.1.Daigo Nakata.Japan.649,000.2.Raymundo Gomez.Philippines.423,000.3.Jooyong Lee.South Korea.298,600.4.Benjie Legaspi.Philippines.242,600.5.Dongho Lee.South Korea.181,000.6.Michael Bueza.Philippines.139,400.7.Elmer Kalaquian.Philippines.103,700.8.Gerard Lubas.Philippines.75,100.9.Bell John Perez.Philippines.60,800.Full payouts are posted at APL Manila – Festival Results.Darren Yu wins Hyper Turbo.Darren Yu.Date: November 29, 2023.Buy in: PH₱ 5,000 (~$90).Entries: 20.Prize poo: PH₱ 150,447 (~$2,713).ITM: 5 places.Place.Player.Payout in PH₱.1.Yu Darren.61,747.2.Castillo Ellezer Jose.37,600.3.Mateo Christopher.22,600.4.Lee Gibaek.16,500.5.Cerbito Marvin.12,000.More action at APL Manila!.The festival is ongoing at 2Ace Poker Room in Manila with the APL Main Event under the spotlight highlighted by its PH₱ 20,000,000 (~$360,670) prize pool. Only two flights remaining, both taking place on November 30 starting at 12pm. For those that have qualified to Day 2, there’s a trophy up for grabs at the No Limit Hold’em side event running simultaneously.

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