2015 ANZPT Sydney – ANZPT Main Event NLH $2300 / Day 2

9.25pm: Game over

And that’s all she wrote for tonight, with the bubble bursting on the very last hand of the night! After starting with 212 players earlier today, just 54 remain in the hunt to be crowned 2015 ANZPT Sydney champion with all now safely in the money. They will return to The Star at 12.30 tomorrow to play down to the final nine.

Min Jae Park is the chip leader with around 421,500 in chips while a number of notables still remain including Didier Guerin, Tom Raffery, Michael Kanaan, Octavian Voegele, Tim English and Jackson Zheng.

Chip counts ahead of Day 3 are as follows. For seating draw see the Day 3 live reporting page.

Min Jae Park 421,500
Guangqi Zhang 401,000
Michael Kanaan 350,500
Panayotis Panayotis 332,000
Dominic Coombe 299,500
Josh Trott 295,500
Ben Cox 279,500
Denis Sekuloski 277,500
Manu Austin 276,000
Li-ta Hsu 243,000
Brendan Ruse 238,000
Nathan Turner 229,500
Shaneel Chand 225,000
Vasken Demlakian 219,000
Ciaran Sharpe 211,500
Dimitrios Psaros 206,000
Colin Carpenter 201,500
Peco Stojanovski 200,000
Antonis Kambouroglou 197,000
David O’Brien 188,000
Chung Liew 184,500
Didier Guerin 179,000
Michael Ho 177,000
Steve Pappas 172,500
Aaron Purdue 165,000
Jackson Zheng 162,500
T K 161,500
Xuan Liu 147,000
Emanuel Seal 147,000
Justin Nguyen 131,500
Octavian Voegele 128,000
Alastair Parkhill 124,000
John Thomson 115,000
Chu Kheng Ong 114,000
Ali Ghezelbash 113,000
Jordan Kilner 111,500
Rined Namrood 111,500
Dexter Wong 111,000
James Rann 109,000
Murray Roach 106,000
Tim English 101,500
Zhi Ma 92,000
Tom Rafferty 82,000
Peter Nissirios 80,500
Martin Stausholm 78,500
Yanji Ge 75,500
Adil Bayazitli 62,500
Wilson Li 60,000
Shane Pearce 53,000
Evan Ryan 50,500
Uzziah Thomas 50,500
Paul O’Brien 39,000
Tae Park 35,500
Dave Fox 23,500

9.10pm: Ruse survives

A crowd gathered around the table of Michael Kanaan (pictured) as he found himself involved in a huge pot on the bubble against Brendan Ruse. It was Ruse all-in and in danger of being the bubble boy holding 10s in a race against Kanaan’s AQ.

He lives another day though and now sits with a healthy 250,000 after the board blanked – almost exactly what Kanaan is left with.

9.00pm: The money bubble

We’ve just lost a player which means we are officially on the money bubble. Play will be hand for hand until it bursts.

8.55pm: Decisions, decisions

With 30 minutes remaining on the clock, the tournament staff has announced that when the clock reaches 15 minutes to go all tables will play three more hands for the night.

Given we are also desperately close to the money, this presents a dilemma to the desperately short stacks including one gentleman with just 20,000 remaining – five big blinds. First, does he try and hold on until the bubble bursts and, if it doesn’t, is he willing to make the trip back into The Star tomorrow for what could be a two minute stint at the tables?

Good times indeed!

8.45pm: Riding the wave

One of the great things about tournament poker – or the worst depending on which way the luck goes – is that your prospects can change dramatically in the blink of an eye. A player can spend days building up a healthy stack only to come crashing down when they suffer a shockingly bad beat. Likewise, someone grinding a short stack can suddenly rocket up the leaderboard on the back of one huge hand.

So it was for Manu Austin when he found himself in a 3-way all-in holding QQ against KK and JJ. Needing help to stay alive, it was a Q that appeared in the window to see him just about triple to 260,000.

The player with JJ was sent to the rail agonizingly close to the money while the unfortunate soul with KK was left crippled and is desperately trying to hold on just a bit longer. With 56 players remaining we are just two places away now!

8.30pm: Elder statesmen

Quietly going about their business today have been two veterans of the Australian poker scene in Emmanuel “Curly” Seal and “Toothpick” Tony Kambouroglou (pictured). They are now seated together on Table 16 and also happen to sit with near identical stacks of 160,000!


8.25pm: Final level!

We’ve just moved into the final level of the day with blinds at 2,000/4,000 and a 500 ante. There are 60 players remaining and it will be interesting to see if the money bubble bursts tonight with 54 players set to be paid.


8.15pm: The fallen

The field has been gradually thinning with 61 players remaining as we edge towards the end of Level 14. Among the recent eliminations have been Bryan Huang, Jazz Mathers and WSOP bracelet winner Ronnie Bardah. Bardah holds the record for most consecutive cashes in the WSOP main event with five in a row since 2010 and will be aiming to make it six in a few months’ time.

7.55pm: Peco picks it up

One of the nice guys of Aussie poker, Peco Stojanovski (pictured), has already enjoyed a successful week here at The Star, topping a field of 893 players to win the opening event and its $60,100 top prize. Earlier today we wandered by his table to find his chances of another deep run in the Main Event hanging by a thread with just 20,000 remaining and the man himself admitting it wasn’t going to be his day.

How quickly things change! Stojanovski now sits behind a very healthy 250,000 stack – largely thanks to one key double. That hand saw him 3-bet an opponent holding QQ and snap-call when they announced a huge over-shove for 70,000 with AJ.

Ironically, he has thrived since moving to one of the toughest tables in the room where he is seated alongside Didier Guerin and Jackson Zheng.

7.25pm: Play underway

The players have returned for the final two levels of the day with blinds at 1,500/3,000 and a 500 ante. There are 69 players remaining meaning we are just 15 places shy of the money.

7.15pm: Break it up

That’s it for Level 13 with players going on their final 10 minute break of the evening!

7.15pm: Omaha time

Poker tournaments typically ebb and flow. At times the eliminations come thick and fast as cries of “All-in … call” echo from dealers around the room, while at others the pace slows right down to a crawl.

We seem to have just entered one of those quiet periods. After flying through the first 100 players or so today, the approaching bubble is starting to take effect with some of the vulnerable stacks taking a little more caution.

Fortunately a 100/200 Omaha cash game has just started up at the table nearest to our reporting desk which certainly isn’t lacking in action, with Jared Graham, Jeff Lisandro and Andy Lee among those occupying a seat. One of the very first hands we witnessed saw Lee take down a 60,000 pot with Lisandro tank-folding the river.

6.45pm: Huang jury

Team PokerStars Pro Bryan Huang (pictured) has endured a roller-coaster of emotions since returning from the dinner break. Nursing a short-stack for much of the day, he finally scored a much-needed double when he picked up AA and found a willing opponent with AK.

That started a brief upward climb but he lost a chunk of his stack again after getting it in with AK against another opponent’s QQ. Huang flopped a K but the river Q saw him back down to 49,000.

 

6.30pm: Jazz hands

Jazz Mathers (pictured) had his tournament life on the line when he got it all-in pre-flop holding KK against the QQ of Uzziah Thomas. Hoping to reach consecutive ANZPT Sydney final tables, Mathers nervously suggested he didn’t feel good about what was to come but he needn’t have worried as the board ran out KT489.

He is back to around 100,000.

6.25pm: Chip Counts

Here are some of the latest chip counts, with 87 players remaining:

Michael Kanaan 300,000
Octavian Voegele 250,000
Brendan Ruse 195,000
Ciaran Sharp 190,000
Boo Boo 175,000
Didier Guerin 150,000
Steve Pappas 132,000
Jim Psaros 120,000
Emanuel Seal 110,000
Jackson Zheng 100,000
Tony Kambouroglou 95,000
Bryan Huang 95,000
Tom Rafferty 80,000
Peco Stojanovski 80,000
John Thomson 75,000
Ben Pockett 65,000
Dave Fox 48,000
Jazz Mathers 42,000
Luke Edwards 33,000
Suzy Khoueis 20,000
Chad Awerbuch 0
Joel Douaglin 0
Luke Brabin 0
Jai Kemp 0
Tty Ly 0
Huss Hassan 0

6.20pm: Chad chased to the rail

We caught the action on a flop of JJ5 when Chad Awerbuch (pictured) fired 6,600 at the pot. His opponent to his immediate right considered the move and re-raised to 13,200. Awerbuch’ fold.

Very next hand Awerbuch was again in the thick of the action in a huge hand against Octavian Voegele. Awerbuch had his remaining 80,000 in the middle with KK but in a cruel blow, Voegele’s AT snatched the pot away at the death as the board ran out JTQ2T.

6.15pm: Level up!

The clock has just ticked over into Level 13 with blinds at 1,200/2,400 with a 400 ante.

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5.15pm: Shuffle the decks

Play has recommenced after the break with level 12 where blinds are 1000/2000 with an ante of 300.

4.45pm: Dinner break!

We’ve reached the end of Level 11 which means the 103 remaining players are off on a 30-minute break. We’re going to join them so we’ll see you back here at 5.15pm!

4.40pm: Chip Counts

As the dinner break approaches, here are some of the latest chip counts, with 103 players remaining:

Brendan Ruse 240,000
Jackson Zheng 200,000
Ciaran Sharp 195,000
TK 170,000
Didier Guerin 160,000
Michael Kanaan 145,000
Octavian Voegele 125,000
John Thomson 110,000
Chad Awerbuch 103,000
Steve Pappas 88,000
Emanuel Seal 78,000
Tom Rafferty 75,000
Luke Edwards 75,000
Jazz Mathers 74,000
Joel Douaglin 60,000
Peco Stojanovski 60,000
Jim Psaros 60,000
Luke Brabin 56,000
Bryan Huang 55,000
Ben Pockett 50,000
Jai Kemp 50,000
Tty Ly 45,000
Huss Hassan 25,000
Suzy Khoueis 22,000
Chris Ayoub 0
Peter Dykes 0
Sam Khouiss 0
Tony Hachem 0

4.35pm: B-Ruse-R

A healthy pot of over 50,000 sat in the middle when we caught the action on a board of 45K26. Brendan Ruse (pictured) made it 14k, Peter Nissirios thought about it for some time and eventually called with Chad Awerbuch folding. Ruse turned over 44 and Nissirios angrily threw down his pocket 10s when he realised he had lost the hand.

4.35pm: Pappas pockets Aces

Winner of the Poker Media Australia 6-handed event at last December’s Star Summer Series, Steve Pappas (pictured) woke up to Aces at just the right time as he found himself in a three-way all-in against KK and 99.

The board ran out J8Q87 as he safely moved up to 75,000.

4.30pm: Big names firing

Over on table 18, the two players of note are Michael Kanaan and Xuan Liu who happen to be seated right alongside one another in Seats 3 and 4. They are also the two big stacks with Kannan sitting on 150,000 and Liu 200,000.

Kanaan is no stranger to success here in Sydney, having won this very event back in 2011 and reaching two more APPT final tables. Liu is still searching for her breakthrough victory but has enjoyed a couple of huge scores including final table finishes at EPT San Remo in 2011 and the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in 2012.

4.15pm: Gift of the grind

We haven’t given them much love today but a number of notables have been clinging onto their short stacks the past few hours as they await that opportunity to double.

They include Bryan Huang, Luke Brabin, Peco Stojanovski, Iori Yogo, Jai Kemp and Sam Khouiss. Although it might be slow going for them at the moment, at least they’re still alive.

With around 30-minutes remaining to the halfway point of today’s play the field has been slashed from 212 to 116.

3.50pm: No luck for Hash

Tony Hachem’s chip stack had been heading south for most of the day today and the final straw came when Hachem, all-in for his remaining 8,000, tabled QQ against 67 of Jim Psaros. But it clearly wasn’t his day with the 345 flop giving Psaros the nuts and sending Hachem to the rail.

Psaros has 125,000.

3.45pm: Sayed sliding away

Sayed Jabbour came into today as the overall tournament chip leader but he’s had a horrible run since and is now battling for survival with just 20,000 remaining. One beneficiary of Jabbour’s misfortune has been Star Poker regular Ciaran Sharpe (pictured).

The two tangled recently with Jabbour opening in early position and Sharpe waking up with Aces and 3-betting. Jabbour called and they saw a QJ8 flop. Jabbour checked and Sharpe checked back.

The turn brought a K and Jabbour fired into Sharpe who called. A fortunate 10 on the river gave Sharpe Broadway as Jabbour check-called only to discover the bad news. Incredibly, the former chip leader had flopped a straight with his 9T!

Moments later, Jabbour got it in with pocket 10s against AK and 99. All was going well until the river where a 9 came to rub his face in it just a little more.

Sharpe is up to 160,000.

3.20pm: Chand chimes in

Shaneel Chand has just won a hefty pot to move to 150,000 in chips thanks to a classic Aces v Kings cooler. The action began with an early position player opening to 2,900 and Uzziah Thomas 3-betting to 4,900. A third player 4-bet in late position to 15,000 and Chand flat-called from the blinds.

Both the early position player and Thomas folded and they saw a 663 flop. Chand checked and his opponent bet 30,000. After thinking for around 20 seconds, Chand announced he was all-in which brought a sickened sigh from his opponent who feared the worst. His spider senses were spot on but folding his KK proved a bridge too far with the board running out safely for Chand to double.
3pm: Chip counts

Current chip counts of a number of players are as follows. There are a number of short stacks, including Tony Hachem (pictured above), who will need a couple of double ups shortly to keep in the race.

Brendan Ruse 190,000
Octavian Voegele 165,000
Joel Douaglin 144,000
Jackson Zheng 140,000
Chad Awerbuch 130,000
Didier Guerin 124,000
Ciaran Sharp 122,000
Michael Kanaan 100,000
John Thomson 95,000
Huss Hassan 80,000
Tony Kambouroglou 80,000
Ben Pockett 77,000
Jazz Mathers 69,000
Peco Stojanovski 60,000
Bryan Huang 55,000
Chris Ayoub 50,000
Tom Rafferty 50,000
Luke Brabin 46,000
Luke Edwards 43,000
Terence Clee 42,000
Emanuel Seal 33,000
Andrew Li 32,000
Steve Pappas 30,000
Peter Dykes 26,000
Jai Kemp 22,000
Sam Khouiss 20,000
Tony Hachem 15,000
Sheldon Mayer 0
Carl Salty 0
Michael Doodson 0
Manny Stavropoulos 0
Matt Rolfe 0
Billy Argyros 0
Peter Skouteris 0

2:50pm: Rapid progress

With players having returned from their first break of the day, we’re gradually whittling down the field with 148 players remaining from the 212 we started the day with.

Blinds are now at 700/1,400 with a 200 ante.

2.30pm: Break time

Players are on their first break of the day, a short 10-minute break to start. After the next two levels there will be a 30-minute break. After yet another two levels there will be a final 10-minute break, with play ending after level 15.

2.10pm: Salt and Pepper

Carl ‘Salty’ Saltalamacchia has been busted. Our dark horse for the tournament came into Day 2 with almost 30k in chips but with the blinds creeping up, he had to make a move. In pre-flop action, he called his opponents all-in with A-K, up against pocket tens. A T came on the turn to seal the deal, sending Salty to the rail in preparation for his premature return to Melbourne.

2.05pm: Big stacks unite

A number of tables have broken already today and as those players have been moved we’ve seen some interesting new table mates come together.

One of those is table 23 where three of the big stacks now find themselves doing battle including chip leader Brendan Ruse (190,000), Chad Awerbuch (160,000) and Didier Guerin.

They’ve all been busy too with Guerin just hauling in another tidy pot to move to around 125,000. The hand began with Awerbuch opening 2,400 with Ruse making the call along with the two players to his immediate left. Guerin then re-raised to 12,000 with everyone folding except for Benjamin Pockett on the button who made the call.

The flop fell A92 and both players checked before a repeat 9 landed on the turn. Guerin bet 20,000 and Pockett folded. We’ll keep a close eye on how the table 23 action continues to unfold!

1:45pm: Eight levels today

It used to be that the major events here at the star were run over four days with two opening day flights, Day 2 and then the final table. This inevitably led to a huge Day 2 as they tried to whittle the field down as close as possible to the final nine. Given this usually failed, it also meant an epic final day with one memorable Star Summer Series final table finishing when the sun had well and truly risen the following morning.

This year, ANZPT Sydney features an extra day’s play which is good news for all!

We’ve just been informed that we will play to the end of Level 15 today which means a very manageable eight levels. Play will finish at around 9.20pm.

The field currently sits at 176 players remaining and is 10-handed but will switch to 9-handed once we’re down to 145.

The top 54 make the money.

1:25pm: Graham eliminated as Ruse lights the fuse

Brendan Ruse has rocketed into the overall tournament chip lead after a huge three-way clash that resulted in Jared Graham hitting the rail and Tony Sama suffering a significant hit to his stack.

The hand began with Sheldon Mayer opening to 3,000 and Sama 3-betting to 7,700. Graham then shoved for 21,200 with Ruse cold-calling. Mayer folded but Sama came along for the ride. The 42J flop was checked around to see a T land on the turn. Ruse then led for 17,500 and Sama called.

The river landed an A and Ruse check to Sama who bet 25,000. Ruse shrugged his shoulders and made the call, turning over JJ for the flopped nuts. Sama and Graham both showed AK as Ruse raked in the monster pot.

He now sits with around 180,000.

1:05pm: Guerin growing

Didier Guerin hasn’t wasted any time today, having added around 20,000 to his overnight stack to sit at around 100,000 in chips.

Some of those came in a recent three-way hand against Ryan Hong and Day 1b chip leader Sam Ruha. Hong opened to 2,400 in middle position, Ruha called in the small blind and Guerin defended his big. The flop came 773 and Ruha led for 4,800. Guerin raised to 10,000 and change and both players folded.

As for what he held? “Two cards,” Guerin smiled when we asked.

Payouts

54 players will make the money with the winner taking home $225,000. See payouts below:

1 $225,000
2 $144,000
3 $80,000
4 $62,500
5 $48,000
6 $38,750
7 $29,600
8 $23,000
9 $17,000
10 $11,500
11 $11,500
12 $11,500
13 $9,000
14 $9,000
15 $9,000
16 $7,700
17 $7,700
18 $7,700
19 $6,400
20 $6,400
21 $6,400
22 $5,500
23 $5,500
24 $5,500
25 $5,000
26 $5,000
27 $5,000
28 $4,550
29 $4,550
30 $4,550
31 $4,550
32 $4,550
33 $4,550
34 $4,550
35 $4,550
36 $4,550
37 $4,100
38 $4,100
39 $4,100
40 $4,100
41 $4,100
42 $4,100
43 $4,100
44 $4,100
45 $4,100
46 $3,700
47 $3,700
48 $3,700
49 $3,700
50 $3,700
51 $3,700
52 $3,700
53 $3,700
54 $3,700

12:50pm: No room for Legg

Anthony Legg enjoyed a career-best score earlier this year when he reached the final table of the Aussie Millions, finishing sixth for around $185,000. Unfortunately he won’t be making another deep run in Sydney this week.

Legg was the first player to be eliminated on Day 2 as he shoved the turn holding AK on a 3468 board. David Sebesfi snap-called and the news wasn’t good at all for Legg with his opponent holding 88 to have him drawing dead.

Legg quickly heads to the rail while Sebesfi’s fast start has him up to 120,000.

Play is underway

Day 2 has officially started. Blinds are 500/1000 with an ante of 100. 212 players have qualified for Day 2 from the 445 that started the two Day 1 flights.

Play will commence at 12.30pm on Saturday March 21.

The starting stacks and table placings are as follows:

First Name Last Name Chips Table Seat
Sayed Jabbour 157,400 25 5
Octavian Voegele 122,400 22 1
Tty Ly 111,100 28 10
Sam Ruha 102,200 31 9
Peter Dykes 91,600 12 1
Uzziah Thomas 91,400 16 6
Tony Sama 91,100 23 8
Dominic Coombe 90,900 12 2
Min Jae Park 90,900 13 10
Harry Basle 88,400 17 2
Ronald Bean 85,800 27 4
Josh Trott 83,700 17 1
Timothy Mitchell 82,800 24 8
Yifan Zhou 82,600 31 5
Tim English 81,800 31 7
Li-ta Hsu 79,100 32 4
Didier Guerin 79,000 31 10
Ryan Hong 77,900 31 6
Jackson Zheng 77,800 27 10
Iori Yogo 76,700 14 9
Chad Awerbuch 75,800 32 2
Panayotis Panayotis 75,000 19 8
George Kyritsis 73,700 25 7
Nathan Turner 73,100 13 8
Murray Roach 73,000 26 10
Ben Cox 72,600 25 4
Terence Clee 72,500 30 6
Van Tran 72,400 26 4
Zaven Demlakian 72,200 13 9
Blake Lockwood 71,700 30 9
Paul O’Brien 71,600 28 9
Joel Douaglin 70,700 18 2
Yanji Ge 69,000 28 1
Rob Harrison 67,600 33 6
Andrew Dales 67,200 18 6
Michael Ho 67,200 28 3
Suzy Khoueis 67,000 32 1
Dexter Wong 66,600 24 5
Michael Kanaan 65,900 18 3
Dimitrios Psaros 65,800 33 5
Bruce Hall 65,700 29 3
Wilson Li 64,800 22 9
Hussain Hassan 64,400 14 10
Vasken Demlakian 63,900 13 5
Brendan Ruse 63,600 23 2
Terance Stevens 63,100 12 7
Colin Carpenter 62,900 30 2
Patrick Dahan 62,900 22 4
Andrew Li 62,800 25 9
Anthony Legg 62,400 24 6
Benjamin Pockett 62,300 23 4
Pravin Harji 61,500 22 2
Gang Chen 61,100 14 6
Yibo He 60,600 21 7
Chi Yan Ng 59,900 12 5
Max Chin 59,100 26 3
Sean Lannon 58,600 27 3
Jian Chen 58,100 26 2
John Thomson 57,500 19 10
Xuan Liu 57,000 18 4
Aaron Purdue 56,800 25 3
Peter Skouteris 55,500 24 1
Ali Ghezelbash 55,000 31 8
Rined Namrood 54,500 12 6
Mohamed Taleb 51,600 23 1
Dave Fox 51,500 30 4
Paul Gooley 50,500 12 4
Denis Sekuloski 48,400 14 5
Fabian Craib 47,400 14 3
Michael Arieta 46,900 20 10
Sean Todd 46,600 19 4
Alex Falon 46,400 21 9
Peter Nissirios 46,200 23 3
Andre Lettau 45,900 12 10
Fady Alam 45,800 29 8
Camil Debsia 45,500 29 1
Ben Savage 45,400 15 3
Derek Davor 45,200 28 5
Antonis Kambouroglou 45,100 27 8
Nafiz Safi 45,000 21 5
David Sebesfi 44,900 24 7
Firat Celik 44,200 19 5
George Vassilopoulos 43,800 18 1
Jarryd Godena 43,800 25 8
Sean Keeton 43,300 23 10
Sheldon Mayer 43,200 23 7
Tony Hachem 42,700 16 7
Jordan Kilner 42,400 19 3
Lucio Varrasso 42,400 16 4
Jack Drake 42,300 14 1
Victor Fong 41,700 25 2
Li Yang 41,700 21 6
Michael Matsioukkou 41,100 26 8
Bryan Huang 40,700 20 2
Steve Pappas 39,800 27 5
Tony Maia 39,500 33 10
Shaneel Chand 39,400 16 1
Tae Park 39,400 20 1
Jason O’Brien 38,800 16 5
Jazz Mathers 38,700 30 1
Giuseppe Scaravilli 38,600 16 10
James Rann 38,200 28 8
Zhi Ma 38,000 15 5
Paul Elliot 37,600 31 1
Antonio Tavella 37,300 18 8
T K 37,200 14 2
Peco Stojanovski 37,000 33 3
Craig Blight 36,600 27 6
Ciaran Sharpe 36,500 33 2
Nicholas Mullen 36,300 26 7
Gianluca Mastroianni 36,300 29 7
Alastair Parkhill 36,000 28 2
Adrian J Indovino 35,800 15 9
Chu Kheng Ong 35,700 28 6
Peter Baars 35,400 15 6
Bassam Habib 35,300 22 6
Gareth Morgan 34,700 30 5
David Banning 34,000 16 9
Ken Pryde 33,700 19 2
Daniel Larronde 33,500 18 7
Michael Egan 33,400 15 7
Leo Boxell 33,300 13 2
David Lee 33,000 31 4
Jai Kemp 32,900 28 7
Tatjana Zizic 32,600 17 10
Michael O’Connor 31,900 26 1
Ronnie Bardah 31,600 15 8
Nick Williams 31,400 18 9
Cheng-en Lee 31,200 30 3
Brett Trevillian 30,500 22 8
Gary Benson 30,100 29 4
Chris Ayoub 30,000 24 4
Carl Saltalamacchia 29,900 20 8
Ben Phillips 29,400 21 1
Emanuel Seal 29,200 30 7
Shane Pearce 29,000 12 8
Jarrod Wright 28,800 17 3
Madhusoodhanan Appia Cokulan 28,600 20 3
Eduardo Soares 28,100 16 8
Tam Truong 28,000 32 3
Andre Olivia 27,800 18 10
Karl Spiegel 27,400 13 4
Manu Austin 26,800 17 6
Yibo Zhou 26,000 17 5
Justin Van Nguyen 25,800 32 8
Mikael Juhani Koistinen 25,500 26 6
Martin Stausholm 25,500 17 7
John Fitzpatrick 25,000 21 8
Tian Liang 24,700 14 8
Robert Cameron 24,500 13 3
Guangqi Zhang 24,500 25 10
Tom Rafferty 24,400 26 5
Adil Bayazitli 24,100 20 4
Tyrone Liu 23,800 17 8
Andrew Michael 23,300 27 1
Samir Khouiss 22,900 28 4
Ramin Mansour-Seperghan 22,900 27 9
Nicolae Bicher 22,700 32 9
Luke Brabin 22,600 30 8
William Skountzos 22,400 15 4
Evan Ryan 22,300 29 6
Andrew Kitchen 22,200 20 5
Navid King 21,800 19 6
Ashley Parkhill 20,900 33 9
Wayne Carlson 20,200 23 6
Teva Tavita 20,200 18 5
Luke Edwards 19,700 24 2
Ricky Hayden 19,700 19 1
David Hirst 19,200 21 3
David Cochrane 18,700 16 2
Mathew Rolfe 18,600 12 3
Matt Gooley 18,500 30 10
Chung Liew 18,500 26 9
Diarmuid O’Kane 18,400 25 1
David Wang 18,100 32 10
Nicholas Nicolaou 17,700 24 3
Gaetano Scaravilli 17,500 33 8
Ben Sutherland 17,300 17 9
Mark Byczkiw 17,300 29 10
Louis Luo 17,000 31 3
Jared Graham 16,800 23 9
Jerome de Loureiro 16,700 13 6
Kris Nestorovic 16,700 19 7
Michael Levy 16,500 33 7
Michael Doodson 16,400 24 10
Michael Seymour 16,300 32 6
Joe Cabret 15,900 22 5
Karam Bahi 15,800 21 10
Nicholas Heather 15,800 14 4
Hassib Younan 15,100 14 7
Joseph Sandaev 15,100 22 7
Ashleigh Ruck 14,700 17 4
Nino Qualita 14,700 29 2
Chris Kittos 14,600 13 1
Duy Quang Nguyen 13,700 31 2
Josko Markovic 13,500 33 4
Joseph Kalou 13,300 20 7
Jordan Grady 13,200 20 6
Dean Vigdor 12,900 21 2
Michael Addamo 11,600 15 10
Roy Vandersluis 11,600 16 3
Daniel Kochan 11,500 29 9
Perry Michael 11,500 29 5
Vasilios Argyros 11,300 22 10
John Harman 11,200 33 1
John Corr 10,900 19 9
Michael Guzzardi 10,800 21 4
Manny Stavropoulos 10,400 20 9
Frank Esteves 9,600 15 2
Adrian Attenborough 8,700 32 7
Ferenc Matus 8,400 12 9
David O’Brien 5,800 27 7

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