Poker PRO Magazine News- 2013 APPT Melbourne Day 2: David Yan Leads 42 Survivors


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Season 7 of the Asia Pacific Poker Tour continued on Saturday at the Crown Poker Room in Melbourne, Australia. Exactly 168 players returned on Day 2 of the APPT Melbourne Main Event, and after an action-packed day only 42 remained with David Yan leading the way.

APPT Melbourne – Day 2 Top Ten
Place Player Chips
1 David Yan 705,500
2 Dejan Boskovic 586,500
3 Jonathan Karamalikis 583,000
4 Bowdy Tolhopf 450,500
5 David Heskin 417,000
6 Phi Luu 386,000
7 Billy Jordanou 376,000
8 Billy Argyros 356,500
9 Joel Feldman 338,500
10 Shaun Hughes 321,000
Late into the night it was looking like Dejan Boskovic would be the chip leader. Boskivic won a big pot against Jonathan Karamalikis and Bernard Beh when Beh was all in preflop and Boskovic held {q-Hearts}{9-Hearts} on a {8-Hearts}{5-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{a-Diamonds}{7-Hearts} board. Beh eventually mucked before exiting the tournament, while Karamalikis showed his {k-}{k-Spades}.

While Boskovic was a threat, it was Yan who steadily built a stack throughout Day 2 to end up with the chip lead. Yan, from New Zealand, is no stranger to the Crown Poker Room as he finished 6th in the Aussie Millions Main Event earlier this year.With only the top 36 players set to make the money, Day 2 was never going to get near the bubble. Some of those who fell extremely short of the deep run they were looking for were Team PokerStars Pro Bryan Huang, Brendon Rubie, Gary Benson, Ashley Warner, Daniel Neilson, Dave Allan, Aaron Benton and WSOP gold bracelet winner Jarred Graham.

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