2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific

$2,200 No-Limit Hold'em
Day: 3
Event Info

2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific

Final Results
Winning Hand
107,500 AUD
Event Info
2,200 AUD
Prize Pool
430,000 AUD
Level Info
8,000 / 16,000

Nee Gets Busy on First Few Hands

Level 16 : 1,500/3,000, 500 ante

Hand #1: Following a misdeal, Sam Ruha opened the button to 6,500 only to have Samuel Ngai three-bet the small blind to 17,000. With the action on Luke Spano in the big, he four-bet to 33,000 and forced two folds from Ruha and Ngai.

Hand #2: Peco Stojanovski opened to 6,500 from middle position and won the blinds and antes.

Hand #3: From early position, Aik-Chuan Nee opened to 6,500 and Feng Zhou called in the big blind before check-folding to 7,000 on the {3-Hearts}{A-Hearts}{8-Clubs} flop.

Hand #4: Aik-Chuan Nee opened to 7,000 and Martin Kozlov called before Luke Spano three-bet the cutoff to 19,000. With the action back on Nee, he four-bet to 40,500 to force a fold from Kozlov before Spano went deep into the tank before eventually opting to fold.

Hand #5: Feng Zhou opened to 7,000 from the button and Aik-Chuan Nee defended the big blind to see a {3-Hearts}{K-Clubs}{7-Diamonds} flop. Both players checked before the {10-Clubs} and {9-Clubs} was checked through on the turn and river.

Nee tabled his his {Q-Spades}{3-Spades} and collected the pot from Zhou.

Tags: Aik-Chuan NeeFeng ZhouLuke SpanoPeco StojanovskiSam RuhaSamuel Ngai