After 11 hours of play, the final table (FT) of the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Hanoi Loyal 2022 Main Event (ME) is set with eight players fighting for the top spot. It is good news for the Indian poker fraternity as Shardul Parthasarathi and Ashish Munot are among the final eight. Both Indian players have 1,400,000 chips at their disposal to fight for the top spot.
There are 11,775,000 chips in play and the average stack size is 1,471,875. Once the event reached the top 48 players, the money bubble was formed and those who made it the money got at least a min-cash of VND 38,950,000.
The event generated a prize pool worth VND 9,137,400,000. After a long grind, the final table was set with Pham Tien Dung (3,065,000 chips) leading the final eight. The winner of the event will clinch the prestigious APT Main Event trophy, APT Championship ring, and an eye-popping figure of VND 1,929,250,000 in prize money.
Day 3 of the APT Hanoi Loyal 2022 ME started with 56 survivors battling it out. While Ngoc Anh Cao led Table 31 with a stack of 676,500 chips, it was Ashish Munot who was the chip lead on Table 32 with a stack of 1,355,000 when only 11 players were left in the game.
Four Indian players namely Ashish Munot, Vaibhav Sharma, Ankit Jajodia, and Shardul Parthasarathi were among the 56 players who progressed onto Day 3. Munot who reached the FT had the third highest chip stack with 522,500 chips at the start of Day 3. Ankit Jajodia had the ninth highest stack of 318,500 chips and finished in the 42nd place for VND 46,740,000.
While Vaibhav Sharma had the eighth highest stack of 341,500 chips, he unfortunately became the bubble boy of the event and busted in the 49th spot. Shardul Parthasarathi, who started the day in the 54th position with a stack of 47,500 chips played his cards well and reached the FT and is fourth highest in stack alongside two other players. Pham Van Tien is the shortest stack on the FT with 250,000 chips in hand to play the final day.
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