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APPT Melbourne Main Event 2011 Updates

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Jul/30/2011
APPT Melbourne Main Event 2011 Updates

After Day 2 of the APPT Melbourne Main Event 2011, sponsored by PokerStars.net, three New Zealanders topped the chip count leaderboard. 

149 players kicked off the day but, by the end of Day 2 play, only 37 remained. 

New Zealand's Phillip Willcocks played the role of Team PokerStars exterminator on Day 2, sending both Chris Moneymaker (USA) and Bryan Huang (Asia) to the rail, en route to bagging a field-leading 774,000 in chips at day's end.

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TOP TEN DAY 3 STARTING STACKS

Phillip Willcocks, New Zealand - 774,000 


James Obst, Australia - 454,900 


Koray Turker, New Zealand - 424,400 


Keiran Harris, Team Online - 389,000 


Norah Greer, Australia - 382,000


Luke Edwards, Australia - 356,100 


Marcus Lau, Malaysia - 317,400 


Julius Colman, Australia - 315,400 


Jackson Zheng, New Zealand - 282,000 


Antonis Kambouroglou, Australia - 272,200

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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