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APT Philippines 2022: Abhinav Iyer Finishes 20th At Championships Event Poker
Amarylisa Gonsalves
Posted on 17 Sep, 2022
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 17 Sep, 2022
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By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 17 Sep, 2022
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APT Philippines 2022: Abhinav Iyer Finishes 20th At Championships Event


The Ongoing Championships Event at the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Philippines 2022 has been a great one for the Indian contingent. Kunal Patni and Abhinav Iyer had made it to Day 3 of the event. As per the latest update, Iyer has been eliminated from the event at the 20th place.

Day 2 concluded earlier today with the top 23 players progressing to Day 3 and also making it in the money. The Adda52 game ambassador progressed to Day 3 with 490,000 chips while Iyer had 266,000 chips at his disposal. This was a Php 82,500 buy-in event, which will condense down to the final eight final tablist today. The final table will be held tomorrow at The Grand Wing Casino – Newport World Resorts, Manila, Philippines. The top place finisher will take home the lion’s share of $75,000. 

 
 
 
 
 
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Earlier both Patni and Iyer shared their progress to Day on their respective Instagram handles.

Patni shared his bag of chips and wrote “Day 3 and in the money of the Championships event, 23 left!! Let’s go!!

 

Iyer had shared a picture of his stack stating, “26.5 BB in the bag for Day 3 of Asian Poker Tour Championships! 23 Left and $75,000 for #1. Leggooo!” (sic.)

Later India’s first solso WSOP bracelet winner, Iyer, informed his fans that he had been eliminated at the 20th spot via his Instagram story.

In the story Iyer also mentioned that he would be next heading to World Poker Championship (WPC)/South East Asian Poker Tour Hanoi Loyal 2022 taking place in Hanoi. Indian pros like Laksh Pal Singh and Shardul Parthasarathi among others are already in Hanoi grinding at WPC.

With Patni still in the grind at the Championships event, we wish him all the best. And GG, Iyer!

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