ACOP: Rossiter poised to pounce on final day of Warm-up event

It’s Melbourne Cup Day, and Aussie Jeff Rossiter is appropriately poised one behind the leader heading into the final furlong of the HKD $25,000 ACOP Warm-up Event at the Grand Waldo in Macau.

After attracting a field of 385 players, the day two line-up of 138 players was slashed to 18 with Russia’s David Martirosyan on 990,000. Rossiter (927,000), Russia’s Andrey Shatilov (601,000) and China’s Rong Fan (555,000) round out the top four.

Other returning for the race to the first prize of AUD $220,000 include dual WSOP Main Event winner Johnny Chan, 2012 ANZPT Sydney winner Gordon Huntly (381,000) and Macau-based Aussie Julian Powell (184,000). Aussies Hai Bo Chu (26th), David Zhao (27th), David Allan (31st) and Kristian Lunardi (34th) finished in the money.

ACOP Warm-up start of day 3 chip count

David Martirosyan (Russia) 990,000
Jeffrey Rossiter (Australia) 927,000
Nickolaevich Andrey Shatilov (Russia) 601,000
Rong Fan (China) 555,000
Joseph Sanghyon Cheong (Canada) 494,000
Adam Latimer (UK) 457,000
Hiu Man Ng (Hong Kong) 455,000
Johnny Chan (USA) 394,000
Gordon Huntly (UK) 381,000
Daoxing Chen (China) 310,000
Richard Renyong Hu (China) 303,000
Jan Zeuschner (Germany) 300,000
Johan Wengelin (Sweden) 219,000
Julian Powell (Australia) 184,000
Katsuhiro Muto (Japan) 150,000
Stanislav Avanesian (Russia) 142,000
Ping Lin (China) 118,000
Munkhbayar Nyamsuren (Mongolia) 51,000

Payouts ($ HKD)

1 $1,777,000
2 $1,226,000
3 $731,000
4 $579,000
5 $459,000
6 $375,000
7 $291,500
8 $215,500
9 $175,500
10 $139,780
11 $115,800
12 $115,800
13 $115,800
14 $95,900
15 $95,900
16 $95,900
17 $75,900
18 $75,900

19 Kevin Kung (USA) $75,900
20 Rui Bao (China) $75,900
21 Ted Wang (China) $55,900
22 Aaron Gustavson (Macau) $55,900
23 Jurg Niederberger (Hong Kong) $55,900
24 Yudeug Cha (Korea) $55,900
25 Sascha Pagnia (Germany) $55,900
26 Hai Bo Chu (Australia) $47,900
27 David Xin Zhao (Australia) $47,900
28 Kaue Vinicius de Souza (Brazil) $47,900
29 Yoichi Fujiya (Japan) $47,900
30 Ping Chang Yung (USA) $47,900
31 David Allan (Australia) $40,000
32 Andreas Chalkiadakis (Greece) $40,000
33 James John King (USA) $40,000
34 Kristian Lunardi (Australia) $40,000
35 Yu Kurita (Japan) $40,000
36 Wu Bo (Hong Kong) $40,000
37 Conrad Coetzer (South Africa) $40,000
38 Ren Peng (China)$40,000
39 Wenlong Jin (China) $40,000
40 Andrew Gaw (Philippines) $40,000
41 Homan Houshiar (Canada) $40,000
42 Jerry Dinesh Pireira (Malaysia) $40,000
43 Kosei Ichinose (Japan) $40,000
44 Victor Chong (Malaysia) $40,000


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