2013 PokerStars.net APPT Seoul Day 1b: Mike Kim Leads

Posted at 09:00 2013-03-16 by Mickey Doft

Day 1b of the 2013 PokerStars.net Asia Pacific Poker Tour Seoul Main Event drew 100 players on Friday, and after eight levels of play only 35 punched their ticket to Saturday's Day 2. Mike Kim bagged the biggest stack, finishing with 179,300, and is far and away the chip leader. Chane Kampanatsanyakakorn (134,500) joined Kim as the only other player to cross the six-figure mark on Day 1b.

Day 1b Top 10 Chip Counts

1Mike Kim179,300
2Chane Kampanatsanyakakorn134,500
3Hoang Anh Do92,900
4Jang Hwan Lee86,000
5Bold Uundai78,100
6Guillaume Patry76,200
7Pavel Li64,100
8Raiden Kan64,000
9Li Fu61,600
10Jan-Eric Schwippert61,300

Day 1b was not kind to many. Team PokerStars Pro Celina Lin got her chips into the middle of a {J-}{7-}{6-} board with {7-}{7-}, but ran into an opponent's {J-}{J-} and couldn't spike the miracle one outer to survive. PokerNews' own Kristy Arnett had a similar fate on Day 1b. After losing more than half her stack in Level 1 to a superior full house, Arnett made a final stand with {8-}{7-} for her last few big blinds. She found action from an opponent with {K-}{Q-}, and though she picked up a few outs after a {Q-}{6-}{5-}, flop, the turn and river were bricks.

The 222 combined entrants over the two starting days generated a total prize pool of ₩594,338,400. The top 24 players will make the money. Here is a breakdown of the final table payouts:

Final Table Payouts

PlacePrize (₩)Prize (USD)

Play will resume at the Paradise Walkerhill Casino on Saturday with the 85 remaining runners playing down to the final table. Be sure to stay tuned to PokerNews as we provide you with all the latest updates from the tournament floor.

For a complete list of payouts, head over to our Payouts Page.

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