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Ashley Mason Leads 2013 APPT Melbourne Main Event Final Table

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Sep/08/2013
Ashley Mason Leads 2013 APPT Melbourne Main Event Final Table

United Kingdom poker player Ashley Mason was leading at the 2013 APPT Melbourne Main Event Final Table.

Mason just won the APPT Melbourne Event #5.  He has cashed $180,849 to date in his live tournament career.

David Yan of New Zealand was the 2nd biggest chip leader. 

The champion of this event will take home AUD 217,000

2013 APPT Melbourne Main Event - Final Table Chips Count
1. Ashley Mason (United Kingdom) - 2,299,000
2. David Yan (New Zealand) - 1,692,000
3. Bowdy Tolhopf (Australia) - 1,645,000
4. Ravindran Maravar (Australia) - 1,180,000
5. Robert Damelian (Australia) - 989,000
6. Phi Luu (Australia) - 558,000
7. Joe Cabret (Australia) - 501,000
8. Billy Argyros (Australia) - 226,000
9. Jazz Mathers (Australia) - 146,000

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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