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Macau Poker Cup Championship
« on: November 05, 2010, 07:32:01 AM »
November 2-7, 2010
Macau Poker Cup Championship HK$3.5m Guaranteed
PokerStarsMacau, Grand Lisboa
Buy-in: HK$20,000
http://www.pokerstarsmacau.com/macau_cup/championship/

MPCC Day 1a: End of Day Chip Counts
Player   Country   Status   ChipCount
Joel Dodds   Australia      101975
Tony Dunst   Australia      80800
Dan Smith   United States      71975
Mayumi Kaneko   Japan      69325
Gordon Robert Huntly   Scotland      60650
Nathaniel Seet   Singapore      57900
Jonathan Karamilikis   Australia      54300
Takashi Ogura   Japan      54250
Kelly Flynn   China      53075
Roger Spets   Sweden      51750
Pang Xue Bin   Singapore      50075
Peter Wang   Taiwan   PokerStars Sponsored Player   47800
Jeffrey Lisandro   Australia      47775
Hung Tu Wang   Taiwan      47450
Jia Wang   China      45750
Julian Powell   Australia      43125
Leo Boxell   Australia      43125
Ivan Tan   Singapore      42350
Jeok Teck Tan   Singapore      41200
Robert Bow Chow   Hong Kong      41000
Hirotoshi Nakabo   Japan      39950
Ryoichi Omori   Japan      39175
Kai Danilo Paulsen   Norway      38675
Devan Tang   Hong Kong   PokerStars Sponsored Player   38150
Junzhong Loo   Malaysia      38000
Lars Wik   Norway      37775
Armand Henry Prati   United States      36150
Jukka Juvonen   United Kingdom   Pokerstars Qualifier   34875
Wee Yee Tan   Singapore      34200
Fan Liu   China      34000
Winfred Ka Wing Yu   Canada      33075
Kenny Chun Kang Shih   United States      31500
Clint Pemberton   Singapore      31350
Kristian Lunardi   Australia      30500
Vincent Lam   Canada      29200
Park Yu Cheung   Hong Kong      28700
Andrew Hinrichsen   Australia      27000
Melik Buyuklyan   Russia      26000
William Potts   New Zealand      25550
Roger Chan   Singapore      24450
Pakinai Lisawad   Thailand      23150
Yu Lun Pan   Taiwan      22000
Steve Leonard   Australia      21625
Kevin Ray Johnson   Australia      20725
Tom Chio   Singapore      16675
Justin Chan   Hongkong      16650
Yu-ping Lin   Taiwan      16275
Shao-me Yang   Taiwan   PokerStars Sponsored Player   16000
Ping San Chan   Hong Kong      15000
Raymond Wu   Taiwan   PokerStars Team Pro Asia   14450
Wai Kin Wong   Hong Kong      12125
Marcin Czeck   Poland      11500
Mark Johnson   Australia      11450
Wayne Jiang   Hong Kong      11300
Dave Ewing   Australia      11150
Mike Stecker   United States      10300
Celina Lin   China   PokerStars Team Pro Asia   8150
Yu-chang Cheng   Taiwan      7075
Wai Bing Yiu   Hong Kong      5725
Carlos Chang   Taipei   Pokerstars Qualifier   3050
http://www.pokerstarsblog.com/mpcc-day-1a-end-of-day-chip-counts.html
MPCC Day 1b: End of Day Chip Counts
Player   Country   Status   ChipCount
Oleg Gersten   Russia   PokerStars Qualifier   114100
Nick Wong   Hong Kong      103150
Kent "FPT Champ" Del Rosario   Philippines      100100
Nigel Jones   United Kingdom      99250
Louis Janos Kudlak   Australia      93775
Steve Yea   Korea      84450
Li Ta Hsu   Australia      84425
Oliver Spiedel   Australia      81150
Brice 'Pada' Renaud   France      76875
Patrick Lik-tung Lui   Australia   PokerStars Qualifier   68800
Kyle Cheong   United States      68775
Tyrone Kerrigan   United Kingdom      68525
Julian Hasse   Germany      66875
Yann Pauchon   Australia      63150
Takuya Suzuki   Japan      60425
Mikkel Lind   Australia   PokerStars Qualifier   56525
Nikita Nikolaev   Russia   PokerStars Qualifier   54695
Sam Willougby   Australia      53525
Tom Grigg   Australia      51775
Cedric Raffi   France      50550
Richard Hu   China      49375
Bing Xu   China      46750
Ciaran Begley   Canada      45675
Chih-ping Yu   Taipei      45100
William Pastout   United Kingdom      45100
Sangni Zhao   China      44925
Tony Hachem   Australia   Team PokerStars PRO: Australia   44850
Zhenjian Lin   China      44625
Dominic Mykhaltso   United Kingdom      44575
Guillaume Patry   Korea   PokerStars Sponsored Player   42825
Con Tsapkounis   Australia      42050
Benjamin Bowden   Singapore      41675
Annti Teponoja   Finland      41325
Lorinda Johnson   Australia      38650
Tanja Vujanic   Australia      37800
Alvin "Andray Blatche7" Chio   Philippines      36950
Ion Sang Song   Hong Kong      35450
Shiono Takashi   Japan      34900
Tetsuro Tomita   Japan      34100
David Felton   Australia      32350
Yoon Sub Kim   Korea   PokerStars Qualifier   31700
Yuji Masaki   Japan      31425
Karen Rolfe   Australia      30775
Kwok Man Lau   Hong Kong      30650
Paul Rolfe   Australia      30600
Kenneth Leong   Hong Kong   PokerStars Sponsored Player   29850
Eddy Pupella   Indonesia      29400
Loic Hervier   France      27175
Michael Mariakis   Australia      26675
Kenichi Takaki   Japan      25825
Daniel Laidlaw   Australia   PokerStars Qualifier   23175
Tim Gray   New Zealand      23150
Nelson Sheu   United States      22675
Hung-cheng Hung   Taipei      22200
Bjoern Wiesler   China      21050
William "no mercy" Te Jr   Philippines      21025
Eiichiro Teshima   Japan      20925
Joe Hachem   Australia   Team PokerStars PRO: Australia   20000
Jacky Wing Tang   Netherlands      17100
Bobby Cheong   Singapore      16200
Chi Chen   United States      16075
Paul Cheng   Hong Kong      16000
Asusa Maeda   Japan      15500
Jonathan Curtis   Australia      15350
Lawrence Gibson   Australia      15200
Shinya Ono   Japan      14700
Joe Marchal   United States      13975
Hong Cheng Wu   China      13825
Mika Pironen   Thailand      13600
Sheng Chang   Taipei      13600
Unknown   Unknown      13400
Yukio Miki   Japan      12750
Benjamin Schoepfer   France      12675
Ted Wang   China      11900
Wan Hazreek Yusuf   Malaysia      11300
Jung Chou Lee   Korea      8050
Tony Basile   Canada      7825
Ryan Tse   Hong Kong      6300
Bob Schuchard   Thailand      5825
Jason Maley   Australia      5775
Nobuhiro Yabuuchi   Japan      5275
http://www.pokerstarsblog.com/mpcc-day-1b-end-of-day-chip-counts.html
« Last Edit: November 05, 2010, 07:39:09 AM by welcoat »


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Poker is a game of SKILL with elements of short-term LUCK.  Skill and discipline determine winning cash players, but GOD decides who shall be Tournament Champion.

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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2010, 08:38:23 AM »
05 November 2010

Go Red, go fight!!!  8) 8) 8)


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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2010, 09:21:03 AM »
05 November 2010

Go Red, go fight!!!  8) 8) 8)

LOL kala ko si RedAirkson... hinahanap ko sya sa list... red color pala...  :)

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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2010, 11:35:40 AM »
wow tony dunst the smooth operator in the house!!!!

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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2010, 09:32:32 PM »
wow tony dunst the smooth operator in the house!!!!
DAY 1 Leaders busted out:
Tony Dunst
Oleg Gersten Russia PokerStars Qualifier
Nick Wong Hong Kong
Kent "FPT Champ" Del Rosario
Mayumi Kaneko

Others:
Defending Champion Devan Tang
Macau Millions Champion Justin Chan.
PokerStars Team Asia Pros Bryan Huang and Raymond Wu
2009 APT HU Champion Yann Pauchon
Newly crowned PokerStars.net ANZPT Player of the Year Tony Hachem
2005 WSOP Main Event Champ Joe Hachem

Kelly Flynn ended day two as our MPCC chip leader

Here's how they will line up tomorrow:
Table 1
Seat 1: Hung-cheng Hung (Taipei) - 132,500
Seat 2: Renyong "Richard" Hu (China) - 463,500
Seat 3: William Pastout (United Kingdom) - 234,500
Seat 4: Joel Dodds (Australia) - 288,000
Seat 5: Patrick Lik-tung Lui (Australia) - 230,500
Seat 6: Kelly Flynn (China) - 615,500

Table 6
Seat 1: Kyle Cheong (United States) - 135,000
Seat 2: Julian Hasse (Germany) - 175,500
Seat 3: Takashi Ogura (Japan) - 180,000
Seat 4: Kristian Lunardi (Australia) - 82,000
Seat 5: Chi Chen (United States) - 549,000
Seat 6: Louis Kudlak (Australia) - 402,500
Seat 7: Maksim Semisoshenko (Russia) - 83,500

Table 7
Seat 1: Nathaniel Seet (Singapore) - 371,000
Seat 2: Jeff Lisandro (Australia) - 210,500
Seat 3: William Potts (New Zealand) - 51,500
Seat 4: Wee Yee Tan (Singapore) - 440,000
Seat 5: Ryoichi Omori (Japan) - 155,000
Seat 6: Nelson Sheu (United States) - 172,500
Seat 7: Benjamin Schoepfer (France) - 89,000

http://www.pokerstarsblog.com/pokerstars_macau/2010/in-like-flynn-at-macau-poker-cup-champio-075310.html
« Last Edit: November 06, 2010, 12:41:32 PM by welcoat »
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Poker is a game of SKILL with elements of short-term LUCK.  Skill and discipline determine winning cash players, but GOD decides who shall be Tournament Champion.

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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #5 on: November 06, 2010, 12:40:08 PM »
2010 MPCC Prizepool and Payouts

The 2010 Macau Poker Cup Championship attracted 102 players on Day 1a and 152 players on Day 1b to create a record field of 254 players.

This smashed the guarantee as a prizepool of HK$4,626,864 was built. As is traditional for tournaments in the PokerStars Macau poker room, one in eight players will finish in the money as the top 31 players will receive HK$35,000, with first place set to pocket HK$1,064,000.

http://www.pokerstarsblog.com/2010-mpcc-prizepool-and-payouts.html

1st Julian Hasse (Germany) - HK$1,064,000
2nd Kelly Flynn (China) - HK$729,000
3rd Wee Yee Tan (Singapore) - HK$440,000
4th Chi Chen (United States) - HK$347,000
5th Takashi Ogura (Japan) - HK$278,000
6th Nathanael Seet (Singapore) - HK$231,000
7th Kristian Lunardi (Australia) - HK$185,000
8th Renyong "Richard" Hu (China) - HK$139,000
9th William Pastout (United Kingdom) - HK$116,000
10th Nelson Sheu (United States) - HK$92,864
11th Joel Dodds (Australia) - HK$69,000
12th Louis Kudlak (Australia) - HK$69,000
13th Maksim Semisoshenko (Russia) - HK$69,000
14th Ryoichi Omori (Japan) - HK$57,500
15th Kyle Cheong (United States) - HK$57,500
16th Hung-cheng Hung (Taipei) - HK$57,500
17th Bill Potts (New Zealand) - HK$57,500
18th Patrick Lui (Australia) - HK$57,500
19th Benjamin Schoepfer (France) - HK$57,500
20th Jeff Lisandro (Australia) - HK$46,000
21st Tom Grigg (Australia) - HK$46,000
22nd Armand Henry Prati (United States) - HK$46,000
23rd Tom Chio (Singapore) - HK$35,000
24th Yuji Masaki (Japan) - HK$35,000
25th Li Ta Hsu (New Zealand) - HK$35,000
26th Lau Kwok Man (Hong Kong) - HK$35,000
27th Ivan Tan (Singapore) - HK$35,000
28th Kai Danilo Paulsen (Norway) - HK$35,000
29th Nigel Jones (United Kingdom) - HK$35,000
30th Andrew Hinrichsen (Australia) - HK$35,000
31st Tyrone Kerrigan (United Kingdom) - HK$35,000

« Last Edit: November 06, 2010, 09:34:19 PM by welcoat »
"Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value. "-Albert Einstein
Poker is a game of SKILL with elements of short-term LUCK.  Skill and discipline determine winning cash players, but GOD decides who shall be Tournament Champion.

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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #6 on: November 06, 2010, 09:40:27 PM »
Congraulations to Julan Hasse, winner of the 2010 Macau Poker Cup Championship (HK$1,064,000)

It's only Level 22 of the tournament and the players started heads up 100BBs deep, but as predicted, this wild ride didn't slow down as Kelly Flynn has been eliminated in second place to leave Germany's Julian Hasse as the 2010 Macau Poker Cup Championships Main Event Champion!

All the action went down pre-flop, but all the drama was certainly post-flop.
Kelly Flynn raised the button to 87,000 before Julian Hasse raised it another 142,000 in the big blind. Flynn then immediately declared himself all in.
"You're all in? I call!" exclaimed Hasse as he flipped Kc Ks. Flynn showed Jc 9c and was in a world of trouble.
The dealer took a deep breath and revealed a flop of Qc 8h 4c to give Kelly near-maximum outs with both straight and flush draws as the crowd murmured in excitement. If they were excited by the flop, they were at fever pitch when the dealer burnt a card and turned the 6c to give Flynn his flush! It looked like Flynn was set for a remarkable double up, but the drama wasn't over yet.
With one more card to come, Hasse had a redraw to a bigger flush and wouldn't you know it, the 3c landed and the title was his!

Well done to Kelly Flynn who built a monster stack today and carried it all the way to 2nd place for HK$729,000.
http://www.pokerstarsblog.com/pokerstars_macau/2010/mpcc-day-3-level-22-blinds-12000-24000-a-075321.html#more
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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #7 on: February 12, 2011, 01:59:01 PM »
PokerSTARS Macau RED DRAGON Poker Cup H$3M GTD February 21-27

"PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa is now preparing for the biggest Macau Poker Cup (MPC) ever which will run from February 21-27. The buzz in Macau is attracting players globally as poker enthusiasts ranging from nearby regions such as Hong Kong, China and Taipei to distant countries including Australia, Russia, and Germany have already qualified for the Red Dragon main event. The Red Dragon now comes with a HKD $3,000,000 Guarantee to ensure that this week will award record-breaking prize money for Asia's premiere poker series."
http://www.pokerstarsblog.com/pokerstars_macau/2011/macau-poker-cup-returns-in-february-077847.html

Partial Events List:
Wednesday, February 23 @ 8:10 PM - Event 2: $2,500 KO Bounty ($200,000 Guarantee) [2-day event]
Thursday, February 24 @ 8:10 PM - Event 3: $3,000 NLH ($350,000 Guarantee) [2-day event]
Friday, February 25 @ 12:10 PM - Event 4: $1,500 Deepstack ($150,000 Guarantee)
Friday, February 25 @ 8:10 PM - Event 5: $11,000 Red Dragon ($3,000,000 Guarantee) [2-day event 1a 1b]
http://www.pokerstarsmacau.com/tournaments/
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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #8 on: February 24, 2011, 07:04:07 PM »
It is one of largest Philippine contingent led by NeilA OF METROCARD CLUB to win the MACAU RED DRAGON POKER CUP, expected to become one of most prestigious and desired championship title in ASIA.  BrianTD and DannyM along with POKERSTARSMACAU regular TD LORI and Hill shall be responsible for conducting the tournaments this week.
Members include WallyS, KentDR, JojoTech, MartinG and MartinSr, MOlesterE, Don pusangala, JunNOMercy, Richard Giant(who won his seat last nite from satellite), MiracleMelvin, AlvinMoonPuncher, MarkPag and many others.

Last night side event 2 KO bounty buy-in HK$2500 HK$250k GTD was  a success with 248 runners to reach pot of > HK$480k AFTER BOUNTY OF HK$500 EACH HEAD.  The day 1 ended after reaching ITM (unfortunately, I did not see any Pinoys remaining).  At 8:10pm in an hours time, the HK$350k GTD buy-in of HK$3000 NLM side event 3 shall be starting - our delegation shall do better as warm-up to RED DRAGON main event that starts tomorrow night!
« Last Edit: February 24, 2011, 07:05:48 PM by welcoat »
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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #9 on: February 28, 2011, 08:40:58 AM »
Mark "wesaxis" Benasa is the 2011 Feb Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon Event Champion in a heads-up with  reigning 2010 APPT Cebu champion Young shin Im,
http://www.pokerportal.asia/poker-articles/4426/

Congratulations to the very deserving new Champion!

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Poker is a game of SKILL with elements of short-term LUCK.  Skill and discipline determine winning cash players, but GOD decides who shall be Tournament Champion.

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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #10 on: February 28, 2011, 10:03:55 AM »
FOR INFORMATION ONLY, NOT OFFICIAL NOR VALID FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSES:

PAY OUTS Macau Poker Cup -    February 21-27, 2011               
(Note: All figures in HKD unless otherwise specified.  1% of prize pools held to offset tournament staffing costs)   

RED DRAGON MAIN Event 5:                
Date:   February 25-27, 2011            
Buyin:   11,000 (10,000 + 1,000)            
Players:   509            
Prizepool: 5,089,994.91 (HK)                
            
WINNERS               
Place      Name   Country   Prize (HKD)
1      Mark Benasa    Philippines   1,100,000
2      Young-Shin Im   Korea   760,000
3      Hung-sheng Lin   Taiwan   450,000
4      Kuo Yang Huang   Taiwan   343,000
5      Charles Lam   Hong Kong   254,000
6      Wong Wai Kin   Hong Kong   203,000
7      Joni Jouhkimainen   Finland   165,000
8      Yoshinori Hayashi   Japan   127,000
9      Kenichi Takaki   Japan   101,500
10      Hung Tu Wang   Taipei   84,000
11      Sungling Li   Taipei   66,000
12      Kelly Flynn   China   66,000
13      Celina Lin   China   66,000
14      Keisuke Fukaya   Japan   53,500
15      Tsuyoshi Ishibashi   Japan   53,500
16      Jimmy King Ng   Hong Kong   53,500
17      Ciaran Carter   Canada   40,500
18      Tony Chang   Hong Kong   40,500
19      Raiden Kan   Malaysia   40,500
20      Masaki Tawada   Japan   40,500
21      Dawid Mysiewicz   Poland   30,500
22      Harold Tsakmaklis   Macau   30,500
23      Fan Fan   China   30,500
24      Chris Yeow Chung Chong   Singapore   30,500
25      Wilson Wai Sing Chan   Hong Kong   30,500
26      Yoshihisa Kanzaki   Japan   25,500
27      Akitomo Kurushima   Japan   25,500
28      Keiko Tsuji   Japan   25,500
29      Yeong Chin Wei   Singapore   25,500
30      Sailesh Verma   Hong Kong   25,500
31      Teruhiko Kabasawa   Japan   23,000
32      Nan Ting   Taipei   23,000
33      Andrew Gaw   Philippines   23,000
34      Sarah Lee   Hong Kong   23,000
35      Ying Kwong Mok   Hong Kong   23,000
36      Chih-li Lai   Taipei   23,000
37      Mikael Rosen   Sweden   23,000
38      Roger Spets   Sweden   23,000
39      Libo Qiao   China   23,000
40      Victor Cui   Taipei   23,000
41      Rie Takai   Japan   20,500
42      Francis Louis Peltier   Hong Kong   20,500
43      Rui Bao   China   20,500
44      Ping San Chan   Hong Kong   20,500
45      Xiaoyu Xu   Australia   20,500
46      Rolf Galasen   Norway   20,500
47      Ion Sang Song   Hong Kong   20,500
48      Seiichi Karino   Japan   20,500
49      Alan Wu Cheung Wong   Hong Kong   20,500
50      Roy Kun Cheung Wan   Hong Kong   20,500
51      Markus Garberg   Norway   17,800
52      Seiji Mizuno   Japan   17,800
53      Kelvin Lau   Malaysia   17,800
54      Thomas Floan   UK   17,800
55      Christopher Chau   Hong Kong   17,800
56      TianJian Wang   China   17,800
57      Makoto Takahashi   Japan   17,800
58      Jong-Hyun Lim   Korea   17,800
59      Chi Keung Albert Lau   Hong Kong   17,800
60      Sixiao Li   China   17,800
61      Maki Sumizaki   Japan   17,800
62      Christopher Soyza   Malaysia   17,800
63      Guanfu Ye   China   17,800
64      Geng Liu   China   17,800
65      Sekimoto Toru   Japan   17,800

               
Event 1: Charity Event + 2 Rebuys (50,000 added in prizes)               
Date:   February 22, 2011            
Buyin:   1,000 (500 + 500 donation)            
Rebuys:   209            
Players:   139            
Prize Pool: 291,263
               
WINNERS               
Place   First Name   Last Name   Country   Prize (HKD)   Prize (USD)
1   Roy   Wan   Hong Kong   71,300   
2   Bryan   Huang   Singapore   52,000   
3   Shingo   Cho   Japan   37,550   
4   Wai Hong   Wong   Malaysia   24,700   
5   "Jack" Yow Hui   Ng   Singapore   19,900   
6   Sau Chin   Ng   Hong Kong   17,463   
7   Daren   Yoon   Malaysia   15,050   
8   Shang-te   Ma   Taipei   12,150   
9   Richard   Dawson   N/A   9,750   
10   Gustavo   Cavaliere   Argentina   6,050   
11   Kuan-jen   Wang   Taipei   4,850   
12   Marciano   Sim   Malaysia   4,850   
13   William   Chan   Guam   4,850   
14   En-cheng   Wu   Taipei   3,600   
15   King Chung   Wang   Taipei   3,600   
16   Hung Tu   Wang   Taipei   3,600   
               
               
Event 2: KO Bounty (200,000 Guarantee)               
Date:   February 23-24, 2011            
Buyin:    2,500 (2,250+250)             
Players:   248            
Prize Pool:    428,420   (additional 124,000 awarded in bounties)         
               
WINNERS
Place   First Name   Last Name   Country   Prize (HKD)   Prize (USD)
1   "Alvin    "   Peh   Singapore    100,700   12,910
2   Yue   Xu   China   68,500   8,782
3   Fung   Lin   Hong Kong   40,700   5,218
4   Kenny    Shih   Taipei   32,100   4,115
5   Shao Qing   Liu   China   25,700   3,295
6   Kelvin   Lau   Malaysia   21,400   2,744
7   Li-chun   Liao   Taipei   17,100   2,192
8   Lai Koon   Lim   Singapore   12,900   1,654
9   Tai   Tan   Singapore   10,700   1,372
10   Milton   De Spain   Macau   8,620   1,105
11   Masanori   Yoshida   Japan   7,500   962
12   Chih Cheng   Chang   Taipei   7,500   962
13   Chang -hau   Huang   Taipei   7,500   962
14   Ilkka   Hannula   Finland   6,400   821
15   Gerald   Wong   Hong Kong   6,400   821
16   Cho   Shingo   Japan   6,400   821
17   Taemin   Hwang   Korea   5,400   692
18   Albert Chi Keung    Lau   Hong Kong   5,400   692
19   Marciano   Sim   Malaysia   5,400   692
20   Gordon    Huntly   Scotland   4,300   551
21   Chak Yin   Tse   Hong Kong   4,300   551
22   Philippe   Bitar   France   4,300   551
23   Justin   Chan   Hong Kong   3,200   410
24   Paul    Howell   Australia   3,200   410
25   Gaurav   Law   India   3,200   410
26   Nigel   Jones   UK   3,200   410
27   "Yueh   "   Lee   Taipei   3,200   410
28   Kazuya   Ogino   Japan   3,200   410
               
               
Event 3: 3,000 NLH (350,000 Guarantee)               
Date:   February 24-25, 2011            
Buyin:    3,000 (2,700+300)             
Players:   274            
Prize Pool:    732,402            
               
WINNERS
Place   First Name   Last Name   Country   Prize (HKD)   Prize (USD)
1   Charles   Chua   Malaysia   168,202   21,564
2   Jeffrey Man Chun   Yuen   Hong Kong   115,400   14,795
3   Javier   Galdon   Spain   69,600   8,923
4   Hung Chang   Lin   Taipei   54,900   7,038
5   Pieter   De Korver   Netherlands   43,900   5,628
6   Antonius   Norman   Indonesia   36,600   4,692
7   Kai Sheng   Yang   USA   29,300   3,756
8   Toru   Sekimoto   Japan   22,000   2,821
9   Mike   Wong   Germany   18,300   2,346
10   Christopher   Soysa   Malaysia   14,600   1,872
11   Dale   Philip   UK   11,000   1,410
12   Neil   Arce   Philippines   11,000   1,410
13   Chin Hao   Hsu   Taipei   11,000   1,410
14   Mario    Castro Atehortua   Macau   9,200   1,179
15   Wendy   Chandra   Indonesia   9,200   1,179
16   Hyejoo   Jung   Japan   9,200   1,179
17   Roman   Priplotski   Australia   9,200   1,179
18   Daniel    Sing   New Zealand   9,200   1,179
19   Melvin   Matibag   Philippines   9,200   1,179
20   Daren   Yoon   Malaysia   7,300   936
21   Anatoly   Shershnev   Russia   7,300   936
22   Mayumi   Kaneko   Japan   7,300   936
23   Eric Sheng-yuan    Pai   Taipei   5,500   705
24   Shing Chi   Chau   Hong Kong   5,500   705
25   N/A         5,500   705
26   Kwok Sze Calvin   Ho   Hong Kong   5,500   705
27   Manfred   Tschirsch    Australia   5,500   705
28   David   Steicke   Hong Kong   5,500   705
29   "Alvin    "   Peh   Singapore    5,500   705
30   Yoshiharu   Watanuki   Japan   5,500   705
31   Lai Man   Ho   Hong Kong   5,500   705
               
               
Event 4: Deepstack (150,000 Guarantee)               
Date:   February 25, 2011            
Buyin:    1,500 (1,350+150)             
Players:   227            
Prize Pool:    303,385            
               
WINNERS   
Place   First Name   Last Name   Country   Prize (HKD)   Prize (USD)
1   Alexander   Nishkun   Russia   71,085   9,113
2   Mervin   Concepcion   Japan   48,500   6,218
3   Chun Ho Edward   Yam   Hong Kong   28,800   3,692
4   Long Brian   Yip   Hong Kong   22,800   2,923
5   Masanori   Yoshida   Japan   18,200   2,333
6   Kai Wing   Chu   Hong Kong   15,200   1,949
7   Claudia   Yum   South Korea   12,100   1,551
8   Hong Cheng   Wu   China   9,100   1,167
9   Raymond Wai Man   Wong   Hong Kong   7,600   974
10   James   Potter   Australia   6,100   782
11   Mark   Pagsuyuin   Philippines   5,300   679
12   Kuan-jen   Wang   Taipei   5,300   679
13   Justin   Chan   Hong Kong   5,300   679
14   Daisuke   Tomiyama   Japan   4,600   590
15   Lai Koon   Lim   Singapore   4,600   590
16   Takaya   Matsumoto   Japan   4,600   590
17   Yu Chieh   Lo   Taipei   3,800   487
18   Alex   Loon   Singapore   3,800   487
19   Pen Cheng   Lu   Taipei   3,800   487
20   Gregory    Lane   UK   3,000   385
21   N/A         3,000   385
22   Junki   Lee   Korea   3,000   385
23   Delfino   Ty   Philippines   2,300   295
24   Anson   Wong   Hong Kong   2,300   295
25   Masahiro   Sato   Japan   2,300   295
26   Nigel   Jones   UK   2,300   295
27   En-yu   Yu   Taipei   2,300   295
28   Clint   Pemberton   Singapore   2,300   295
               
               
Ladies Event               
Date:   February 26, 2011            
Buyin:    1,000 (900+100)             
Players:   39            
Prize Pool:    3,749            
               
WINNERS
Place   First Name   Last Name   Country   Prize (HKD)   Prize (USD)
1   Christine   Hia   Malaysia   13,899   1,782
2   Ikue   Asano   Japan   8,350   1,071
3   Chikako   Mishima   Japan   5,550   712
4   Maari   Tagami   Japan   4,150   532
5   Yen Ching   Leong   Malaysia   2,800   359
               
               
Event 6: 5,000 NLH (400,000 Guarantee)               
Date:   February 27, 2011            
Buyin:    5,000 (4,500+500)             
Players:   182            
Prize Pool:    810,810            
               
WINNERS   
Place   First Name   Last Name   Country   Prize (HKD)   Prize (USD)
1   Yang   Sun   China   198,510   25,450
2   Ion Sang   Song   Hong Kong   133,800   17,154
3   Wai Hong   Wong   Malaysia   81,100   10,397
4   Andrew   Scott   Australia   64,900   8,321
5   Chih Chung   Chen   Taipei   52,700   6,756
6   Tot   Nguyen Bui   Spain   44,600   5,718
7   Steven   Tegnelia   USA   36,500   4,679
8   Alexandre   Chieng   China   28,400   3,641
9   Lee    Drotzur   USA   20,300   2,603
10   Charles   Chua   Australia   16,200   2,077
11   Shafiq    Barqawi   Jordan   14,200   1,821
12   Alexander   Wagner   Germany   14,200   1,821
13   Gianpaolo   Bini   Canada   14,200   1,821
14   Kayoko   Watanabe   Japan   12,200   1,564
15   Michael   Payne   Canada   12,200   1,564
16   Philippe   Bitar   France   12,200   1,564
17   Ferdinand   Putra   Indonesia   10,100   1,295
18   Hiroyuki   Sasaki   Japan   10,100   1,295
19   Syed Ubhaidilla   Bin   Singapore   10,100   1,295
20   Paul   Cheng   Hong Kong   8,100   1,038
21   Sparrow   Cheung   Hong Kong   8,100   1,038
22   Daren   Yoon   Malaysia   8,100   1,038
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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #11 on: March 02, 2011, 03:18:08 PM »
Congrats to Mark Benasa for Winning the first Filipino Title Champion of Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon Event! http://www.pokerportal.asia/live-reporting/?d=9 Thanks To Poker Portal Asia for Covering This Event!

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Poker is a game of SKILL with elements of short-term LUCK.  Skill and discipline determine winning cash players, but GOD decides who shall be Tournament Champion.

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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #13 on: May 12, 2011, 10:11:25 AM »
http://www.pokerstarsmacau.com/macau_cup/
The MPC signature tournament is the Red Dragon event
HKD $11,000 buy-in tournament HKD $3,000,000 Guarantee

TIGER AIRWAYS PROMO FARE:
Manila-Clark DMIA (CRK) to Macau(MFM)
Wed, 1 Jun, 11   Depart   CRK   14:00hrs
DG 7904   Arrive   MFM   15:55hrs
Sector Price2,400.00 PHP

Macau (MFM) to Manila-Clark DMIA(CRK)
Mon, 6 Jun, 11   Depart   MFM   16:25hrs
DG 7905   Arrive   CRK   18:20hrs
Sector Price98.00 PHP

Total 2,498.00 PHP NO CHECK IN BAGGAGE, ONLY HANDCARRY
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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #14 on: May 12, 2011, 10:40:17 AM »
http://www.pokerstarsmacau.com/macau_cup/
The MPC signature tournament is the Red Dragon event
HKD $11,000 buy-in tournament HKD $3,000,000 Guarantee

TIGER AIRWAYS PROMO FARE:
Manila-Clark DMIA (CRK) to Macau(MFM)
Wed, 1 Jun, 11   Depart   CRK   14:00hrs
DG 7904   Arrive   MFM   15:55hrs
Sector Price2,400.00 PHP

Macau (MFM) to Manila-Clark DMIA(CRK)
Mon, 6 Jun, 11   Depart   MFM   16:25hrs
DG 7905   Arrive   CRK   18:20hrs
Sector Price98.00 PHP

Total 2,498.00 PHP NO CHECK IN BAGGAGE, ONLY HANDCARRY
12 May 2011

If you are going to play the Red Dragon eh you should arrive at Macau relaxed.... Nakakapagod pumunta sa Diosdado Macapagal International Airport sa Clark Pampanga... Layo nuon ha....

Meron rin po flights ang Philippine Airlines (PAL) papunta Macao... Lapit lang po ang sakayan... Diyan lang po sa Terminal 2... Ngek! at wpp... 8) 8) 8)

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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2011, 11:44:23 AM »
Actually it is not that stressful going DMIA, i took the morning bus from Megamall (pasay residents board from starting philtanco terminal) less than 600 each way.  It reaches terminal in less than 90 minutes.  If you are a group do car pool, 90pesos per nite parking.
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Re: Macau Poker Cup Championship
« Reply #16 on: May 12, 2011, 12:25:24 PM »
Actually it is not that stressful going DMIA, i took the morning bus from Megamall (pasay residents board from starting philtanco terminal) less than 600 each way.  It reaches terminal in less than 90 minutes.  If you are a group do car pool, 90pesos per nite parking.
12 May 2011

Noted po Sir... But if you prefer to take PAL and you are taking your car to the airport... Iwan niyo lang po ang kotse ninyo sa carpark 2 ng Terminal 2 airport.... Cost of overnite parking is cheaper... 50 petot per nite parking po... Dami guards... safe na safe po kotse ninyo pag balik...  8) 8) 8)


 

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