APT: Steicke joins Speidel near lead in APT Philippines Main Event

Alan Engel has pipped Aussie Oliver Speidel for the overall chip lead after the second of two day one flights in the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Philippines Main Event at Resorts World Manila.

As reported by Poker Portal Asia, the US-based Canadian had been down to just 5000 in chips but powered back to top the day 1B chip count ahead of Hong Kong’s Charles Lam, John Tech and David Steicke. Engel has already tasted success in Manila having taken out the APT Philippines High Roller title.

Other Aussies who’ll return for day two include 2011 ANZPT Adelaide champion Octavian Voegele (35,675), Adam Monaghan (34,575), Ryan Hong (30,800), Craig Cockburn (17,000), Michael Mariakis (14,500), Chris Edgar (12,900), Scott Calcagno (12,500) and Jarrod Glennon (12,175).

The field of 254 have generated a prizepool of more than USD $600,000 with 137 players returning for day two in pursuit of the first prize of USD $197,000.

APT Philippines Main Event day 1B chip count

1 Alan Engel (Canada) 98,900
2 Charles Lam (Hong Kong) 83,250
3 John Tech 59,375
4 David Steicke (Hong Kong) 53,100
5 Alex Pagulyan (Philippines) 51,325
6 Choi Byun Kyoo 49,900
7 Mario Castro (Macau) 49,750
8 Anson Tsang 45,525
9 Antonio Martins 43,600
10 Yu Kurita (Japan) 43,550
11 Maria Elenor Javier (43,225)
12 Mike Kim (United States) 39,175
13 Binh Nguyen (United States) 38,050
14 Song Wong (36,850)
15 Toto Leonidas (36,125)
16 Luu Thang Thu (35,700)
17 Octavian Voegele (Australia) 35,675
18 Kenneth Leong Yuen Kiong (35,225)
19 Derek Young (34,875http://www.pokerportal.asia/themes/poker-portal-reborn/images/clear.gif)
20 Adam Monaghan (Australia) 34,575
21 Sang Park 33,625
22 Ed Ligon (32,275)
23 Ryan Hong (Australia) 30,800
24 Franklin Acfalle 29,475
25 Kent del Rosario (Philippines) 28,500
26 Hirotoshi Nakabo (Japan) 28,150
27 Michael Lawrence Cua 28,075
28 Son Chang Wook 27,325
29 Ben Babauta 27,300
30 Abhishek Singh Goindi 27,175
31 Marcus Liow 23,900
32 Jennette Tan 23,500
33 Pakinai Lisaward 23,400
34 Raiden Kan (Malaysia) 22,875
35 Terry Gonzaga (Philippines) 21,925
36 Zhao Wei 21,850
37 Joe Marchal (Guam) 21,325
38 Ivan Tan (Singapore) 21,000
39 Flo Campomanes 20,575
40 Eduardo Santos 20,575
41 Tetsuya Tsuchikawa (Japan) 20,300
42 Sameer Rattonsey (India) 18,825
43 Claudia Yum (South Korea) 18,550
44 Du Ting Yue (18,125)
45 Craig Cockburn (Australia) 17,000
46 Charles Esteban 16,500
47 Norihisa Okada (Japan) 16,275
48 Aldrin Edoc (Philippines) 16,150
49 Rundulf Martin Gonzales 15,725
50 Reynaldo S. Wi 15,200
51 Devan Tang (China) 15,150
52 Michael Mariakis (Australia) 14,500
53 Martin Elliot 14,400
54 Lester Edoc (Philippines) 14,325
55 Richard Marquez (Philippines) 13,950
56 Max Bloom (United States) 13,950
57 Ye Shao Bo 12,925
58 Christopher Edgar (Australia) 12,900
59 Darren Chandler 12,700
60 Scott Calcagno (Australia) 12,500
61 Jack Ng Yow Hui 12,400
62 Jun Te 12,300
63 Jarrod Glennon (Australia) 12,175
64 Marc Rivera (Philippines) 12,125
65 Patrick Connor 11,475
66 Tan Zhi Xiong 11,275
67 Rich Zhu 11,100
68 Matt Schreiber 11,000
69 David Mortiz 10,150
70 Nam Le (United States) 9400
71 Bjoern Wiesler (Germany) 8475
72 Czardy Rivera (Philippines) 8350
73 Coba Huynh Cao 8050
74 Janno Cazemier 7625
75 Jason Castro 4500
76 Han Wook Kim 4375
77 Carla Castelo (United States) 3575

• Chip counts courtesy of Poker Portal Asia


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