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2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific

$5,000 8-Game Mixed
Dias: 2
Event Info

2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
84,600 AUD
Event Info
4,700 AUD
Prize Pool
225,600 AUD
Informações sobre o nível
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Clements Leads 8-Game Mixed Final Table; Danzer Takes Lead in WSOP Player of the Year

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Scott Clements
Scott Clements

The final table of Event #8: AU$5,000 8-Game Mixed has been reached with Scott Clements headlining a star-studded final six and story lines aplenty.

Returning today with more than half the field remaining, play began with many big names falling to the rail such as Daniel Negreanu, Jeff Madsen, Dan Heimiller, Van Marcus, and Brandon Shack-Harris, who at the time led the World Series of Poker Player of the Year race.

One story of the final two tables began developing when one of the tables seemed to be playing slower than the other. Once the tournament director rectified the problem, however, the event was soon down to the unofficial final table of seven, with lots on the line for those left.

George Danzer would need to reach the money to leapfrog Shack-Harris and take the lead in the WSOP Player of the Year race, while Australian Sam Khouiss was looking at making back-to-back WSOP Asia-Pacific final tables. Jonathan Duhamel would be eyeing his second final table of the series, whereas Clements was aiming to capture his third WSOP bracelet.

Ismael Bojang would need this cash to capture his 13th WSOP cash of 2014 and an amazing fourth here at the WSOP Asia-Pacific. That's good enough for the all-time record, with Bojang surpassing Konstantin Puchkov's 11-cash record.

However, it would be Brian Rast who would be the one falling short in seventh place when his {A-Clubs}{K-Hearts} couldn't connect against Duhamel's {4-Clubs}{4-Spades} to leave the final table as follows:

1George DanzerGermany26,800
2Sam KhouissAustralia169,500
3Jonathan DuhamelCanada175,200
4Scott ClementsCanada179,200
5Ismael BojangGermany79,100
6Tino LechichAustralia90,500

The final table is set to begin at 12:10 p.m. on Sunday afternoon with PokerNews providing continuous live updates of all the action as we play down to a winner.

Tags: Scott ClementsBrian RastDan HeimillerDaniel NegreanuGeorge DanzerIsmael BojangJeff MadsenJonathan DuhamelKonstantin PuchkovSam KhouissTino LechichVan Marcus