Macau poker cup championship 2011

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    • #24679
      Fred Leung
      Member

      Hi Gurus!

      Wondering who’s going to be making it out for this event. Post in here and I’ll send updates should any Gurus go deep in the grand finale of the MPC series.

      Cheers,

      Fred

      EDIT: I had a brain fart — obviously title should say “Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011” 🙂

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      PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa is hosting the MACAU POKER CUP CHAMPIONSHIP from October 7-16, 2011. The grand finale for Asia’s premiere poker series features the $20,000 Main Event with a HKD $4,500,000 Guarantee!

      There will be 11 featured events over the 10-day schedule including the $8,800 NLH $1,000,000 Guarantee and $50,000 High Rollers event. All numbered events are Official Asia Player of the Year events.

      Qualify to the MPCC now online at PokerStars (Go to ‘Events’ tab, then click ‘Macau’)

      Please send questions to [email protected]
      ———————————————————

      MACAU POKER CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE
      (in HKD)

      FRIDAY – Oct. 7

      2:10 pm –> Satellite to Event 1: $8,800 NLH –> Buyin: $1,200
      8:10 pm –> EVENT 1: $8,800 NLH ($1,000,000 Guarantee) – DAY 1A –> Buyin: $8,800

      SATURDAY – Oct. 8

      2:30 pm –> Phase 3 – Main Event Satellite –> Buyin: $3,000
      8:10 pm –> EVENT 1: $8,800 NLH ($1,000,000 Guarantee) [Day 1B re-entry allowed] – DAY 1B –> Buyin: $8,800

      SUNDAY– Oct. 9

      6:00 pm –> 3x Turbo Rebuy Main Event Satellite (5 SEAT GUARANTEE) –> Buyin: $1,000

      MONDAY – Oct. 10

      6:00 pm –> Phase 3 – Main Event Satellite –> Buyin: $3,000
      8:10 pm –> EVENT 2: $5,000 KO BOUNTY ($500,000 Guarantee) [2-day event] –> Buyin: $5,000
      ($1,000 for each player eliminated)

      TUESDAY– Oct. 11

      2:10 pm –> EVENT 3: CHARITY EVENT + 2 Rebuys ($50,000 added prizes) –> Buyin: $1,000
      6:00 pm –> Phase 3 – Main Event Satellite –> Buyin: $3,000

      WEDNESDAY – Oct. 12

      2:10 pm –> EVENT 4: MAIN EVENT ($4,500,000 Guarantee) – DAY 1A –> Buyin: $20,000
      6:00 pm –> EVENT 5: $2,500 KO BOUNTY –> Buyin: $2,500
      ($500 cash for each elimination)

      9:00 pm –> Phase 3 – Main Event Satellite –> Buyin: $3,000

      THURSDAY – Oct. 13

      2:10 pm –> EVENT 4: MAIN EVENT ($4,500,000 Guarantee) – DAY 1B –> Buyin: $20,000
      6:00 pm –> EVENT 6: $4,000 NLH –> Buyin: $4,000

      FRIDAY – Oct. 14

      12:10 pm –> Event 4: Main Event – Day 2
      2:10 pm –> EVENT 7: $3,000 NLH ($300,000 Guarantee) –> Buyin: $3,000
      6:00 pm –> EVENT 8: $10,000 6-Handed [2-day event] –> Buyin: $10,000

      SATURDAY – Oct. 15

      12:10 pm –> Event 4: Main Event – Day 3
      2:10 pm –> EVENT 9: $6,000 NLH ($600,000 Guarantee) –> Buyin: $6,000
      6:00 pm –> EVENT 10: HIGH ROLLERS [2-day event] –> Buyin: $50,000
      8:10 pm –> Ladies Event –> Buyin: $1,000

      SUNDAY – Oct. 16

      2:00 pm –> Event 4: Main Event – Final Table
      2:30 pm –> EVENT 11: $1000 Rebuy ($150,000 Guarantee) –> Buyin: $1,000
      7:00 pm –> Phase 2 – APPT Macau Satellite* –> Buyin: $4,300

      ———————————————————————————
      *APPT Macau takes place from November 17-27
      For complete Macau Poker Cup Championship schedule please visit http://www.pokerstarsmacau.com

      Note:
      All numbered tournaments are Official Asia Player of the Year events
      2% of cash tournament prize pools held to offset tournament staffing costs
      Guarantees are not applicable during Typhoon Level 8 or higher

    • #31276
      Fred Leung
      Member

      MPCC starts this Friday — any Gurus coming?!

    • #31277
      Rajat Agarwal
      Keymaster

      Not a Guru but coming 😉

    • #31278
      Fred Leung
      Member

      Not a Guru but coming 😉

      haha…nice. Great to hear you’ll be there! 🙂

    • #31279

      il be there to.
      shipped a main event package on stars..

      gl me…..

    • #31280
      Fred Leung
      Member

      il be there to.
      shipped a main event package on stars..

      gl me…..

      NICE! If you’ve never stayed at the Grand Lisboa hotel before then you’re in for a treat.

      Good luck in the tournaments!

    • #31281

      Looking forward to seeing u there Fred…

    • #31282
      mohit sharma
      Member

      Good luck guys ship the main event 🙂

    • #31285
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Go Samohh and Sandeep!

    • #31290
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      The main event looks very very exciting. Its like 2.85 crores (INR) guaranteed so like 80-90lacs for 1st! Wow

    • #31311
      Fred Leung
      Member

      Here’s update from Event 1: $8,800 NLH which was won by China’s Jian Yang: http://mim.io/b54ac1

      Samoh has confirmed that he’ll be playing Event 2: $5,000 KO Bounty so stay tuned!

    • #31318
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      Jian Yang Wins Event 1 at Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011

      MACAU, CHINA, October 9, 2011 – PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa got a solid start to the Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011 as 186 players came out for the weekend launch of Event 1: $8,800 NLH ($1,000,000 Guarantee).

      “It’s certainly a solid start to the schedule and particularly so with plenty of great poker tournaments like EPT London and ANZPT Darwin running at the same time.” said Fred Leung, PokerStars Country Manager. “The early result is fantastic and really shows how much the region supports PokerStars Macau. Certainly this bodes well for the Main Event next week.”

      The opening event was won by China’s Jian Yang who received HKD $357,240 for his efforts. The tournament easily surpassed its guarantee with a total prize pool of HKD $1,458,240.

      Final Table Results

      Jian Yang (China) — $357,240
      Xin Rui Lu (China) — $240,600
      Celina Lin (China) — $145,800
      “Arron” Hung-Chang Lin (Chinese Taipei) — $116,700
      Bruce Tong Viet Nguyen (Australia) — $94,800
      Nai-yuan Hu (Chinese Taipei) — $80,200
      Sau Chin Ng (Hong Kong) — $65,600
      Hossein Shabannezhad (Malaysia) — $51,000
      Calvin Tan (Singapore) — $36,500
      Justin Chan (Hong Kong) — $29,200
      For Event 1: $8,800 NLH Results please CLICK HERE.

      MACAU POKER CUP CHAMPIONSHIP 2011 takes place from October 7-16

      Singapore’s Calvin Tan entered the Day 2 Final as the chip leader amongst the 38 competitors on Sunday. Tan would eventually reach the final table which included the likes of Team PokerStars Pro Celina Lin, No. 3
      Asia Player of the Year ranked “Arron” Hung-chang Lin, and PokerStars sponsored player Justin Chan.

      No time was wasted as 4 players, including Tan and Chan, were eliminated within the final table’s first level.

      Aaron Lin’s bid for his 3rd title this season ended as he busted in 4th place ensuring the title would go to one of the 3 remaining players from China.

      Celina Lin found herself outkicked in a large pot with Xin Rui Lu that crippled her. Yang finished off the PokerStars pro soon afterwards in 3rd place.

      The heads up play began with a slight edge for Yang but his lead would become 10-to-1 entering the final hand.

      Lu moved all-in with K3 and Yang made the call with suited Q8 of diamonds. The board ran 2d-9s-7d-2c-Td giving Yang the flush and title.

      “I’ve played in a couple of MPCs (Macau Poker Cup) before.” said the 48-year old from Beijing through a translator. “I’m so happy to win this event and hope to do as well in the Main Event.”

      Asia Player of the Year trophy

      Arron Lin’s 4th place finish nearly upstaged Yang’s victory as Lin now occupies the No. 2 position for Asia Player of the Year (APOY).

      Arron’s brother, Hung-sheng “Shaq”, is the top ranked player making this a truly fearsome family duo. Together, they have 3 titles, 13 final tables, and over HKD 1.3 million in prize money this season so far.

      “My brother and I decided to play all the tournaments at PokerStars Macau this year and I’m very happy with my No. 2 rank right now.” said Arron, the older of the two. “I’m not intentionally going after my brother in particular. We have a good relationship and I’m happy for him. I’m just trying my best with the remaining events in the year to get the best result possible.”

      Xin Rui Lu and Celina Lin — not related to the brothers — move up to No. 9 and No. 23 respectively after both made their 4th final table appearances this year.

      For complete 2011 Asia Player of the Year rankings please CLICK HERE

    • #31326
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      IOAN LAZAR WINS EVENT 2: $5,000 KO BOUNTY

      Event 2: $5,000 KO Bounty was won by Australian Ioan Lazar who beat the 124-player field and collected HKD $109,740 plus another HKD $4,000 in bounties for his 2-day effort.

      13 players heading into the Day 2 final were all in the money for a piece of the HKD $546,840 prize pool. PokerStars player Terry Fan had the chip lead entering the day and that continued to a final table that included top Asia Player of the Year ranked Hung-sheng “Shaq” Lin but they would be eliminated in 4th and 9th place respectively.

      American Aaron Jacobs would fall in 3rd place to set up a heads up match between Laraz and China’s Wenjie Zhang. After 3 unsuccessful all-in attempts to finish off Zhang, the Aussie finally found a hand that would hold. Laraz pushed his big stack with Ks5s and was called by Zhang’s Td9s.

      The board ran Kh-Th-8c-7s-Ac and the pair of kings sealed the victory for the 29-year old technician.

      “I won my main event entry via satellite in Australia and got me a chance to visit Macau for the first time.” said Lazar. “It’s great to win an event before I start off my main event tomorrow.”

      Event 2: $5,000 KO Bounty – Final Table Results

      Ioan Lazar (Australia) — $109,740
      Wenjie Zhang (China) — $71,900
      Aaron Jacobs (USA) — $48,600
      Terry Fan (Chinese Taipei) — $40,200
      Gary Pereira (Australia) — $31,700
      Koon Hung Tsui (Hong Kong) — $27,500
      Jun Chen (China) — $23,300
      Tai Tan (Singapore) — $19,000
      Hung-sheng Lin (Chinese Taipei) — $14,800
      Marcial Dias (Australia) — $10,600

      For complete 2011 Asia Player of the Year rankings please CLICK HERE

    • #31333
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      Sunny Jung, Main Event – Day 1A chip leader

      Sunny Day for Day 1A at MPCC

      Korean Sunny Jung leads Day 1A field in the Macau Poker Cup Championship Main Event


      Sunny Jung, Main Event – Day 1A chip leader

      MACAU, CHINA, October 12, 2011 – PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa began Day 1A of the Main Event for Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011 which takes place from October 12-16.

      The first of two opening flights brought 121 hopefuls for the HKD $4,500,000 guaranteed event and organisers expect to see a large 1B field which should contribute to a final tally that easily breaks last year’s 254-player field.

      “It’s looking good for a record week for the championship and main event” said Danny McDonagh, Director of Live Operations for Asia-Pacific. “When you see the number of players in today’s side event while Day 1A is running and consider there are still players just arriving to Macau it leaves me very optimistic about the Day 1B field tomorrow.”

      Leading the surviving 58 players at the end of Day 1A is Korean “Sunny” Hyungsun Jung with 159,125 chips. China’s Richard Hu (110,750), Finland’s Johan Hirvonen (85,575), and Japan’s Seijiro Machi (83,975) round out the Top Four stacks.

      PokerStars Qualifer Julian Hasse — the defending MPCC champion — made it through Wednesday’s play but with only 13,225 chips.

      “I started well and after level 3 I had 35k. Since then I couldn’t win a pot.” said Hasse. Optimistic, the German poker pro added, “There’s always a chance to win. I still feel confident.

      Other notables advancing to Day 2 include Team PokerStars Pro Raymond Wu (46,975); No. 1 Asia Player of the Year ranked Shaq Lin (30,550) and No. 3 Haifeng Xue (76,925); and, PokerStars sponsored players Neil Arce (62.100) and Justin Chan (36,000).

      Notable eliminations include Lee “Final Table” Nelson and former-Red Dragon winner Victor Chen.

    • #31334
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      Team PokerGuru Pro Sangeeth Mohan “Samohh” will be joined by WGF winner Bobbe Suri in Day 1B of the MPCC Main Event tomorrow. Stay tuned for updates from the Main Event!

    • #31335
      Poker Guru
      Participant

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      Team PokerGuru Pro Sangeeth Mohan at Event 5: 2.5K KO Bounty

    • #31336
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      MPCC Main Event Day1B: 17:20pm


      Sangeeth raises 700 from early position and a player from the button re-raises to 2.5k, Samohh makes it 7K to go. The player from the button put in all his chips and Samohh makes the call instantly putting his tournament life at risk.

      Showdown:

      Sangeeth: A K
      Opponent (Button): J J

      Sangeeth hits a King on the board for a healthy double up and now has 46K in chips left to make an encouraging start in the MPCC Main Event.
      The main Event drew an impressive field size of 308 with Day 1B attracting 187 players out of which 155 players are left!

    • #31337
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      MPCC Main Event Day1B: 17:45pm

      WGF Poker Tournament winner Bobbe Suri lost a huge pot when his pocket eight`s got cracked by an opponents K 9o and though Bobbe had a set on the flop : A 8 T , the opponent completed a miraculous runner-runner straight on the Turn Q and River J!

      Just 3.8K in chips left, Bobbe pushed in all his chips with A K and was called by a player holding Q J. Bobbe`s bad run continued as the flop brought his opponent a 2 pair and sent Bobbe packing!

      Here is a video of his final hand:

    • #31338
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      MPCC Main Event Day1B: 18:18pm :

      Sangeeth Mohan had reached 53K in chips before this dramatic hand!

      Action:

      Player in under the gun position limps with blinds at 200/400, Samohh raises it to 1.5K. Table folds and the limper calls.

      Flop: 7 7 3

      The player checks and Samohh fires out a bet of 2K, player calls.

      Turn: 3

      Player checks, Samohh bets 4k and the player once again makes the call.

      River: 7 is checked by both.

      Showdown: Samohh A 3 Opponent A 7

    • #31339
      vishal nayak
      Member

      put some more pictures and whats the average stack

    • #31340
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      MPCC Main Event Day1B: 19:45pm:

      Sangeeth Mohan has just exited the MPCC Main Event.

      Action:

      A player in middle position opens for 1.2K, SB flats. Sangeeth Mohan raises to 4.4K with K J(o). Both players call.

      Flop: 3s Jc 5h

      SB checks, Sangeeth raises to 10K. Player in middle position calls and SB folds.

      Turn: Kc

      Sangeeth opens for 14k, Middle position calls.

      River: 8s

      Sangeeth checks. Player in middle position pushes all-in and Sangeeth makes the call.

      Player in middle position shows pocket eights for a rivered set and Sangeeth mucks his hand as he gets up from his seat!

    • #31342

      Aww! tats so sick …how can some keep floating with 88’s bad day for samohh

    • #31343
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      MPCC 2011 Sets New Record

      MACAU, CHINA, October 13, 2011 – PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa set new records for the Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011 as the Main Event drew 308 runners — including 107 PokerStars players — creating a prize pool of HKD $5,553,856. The previous MPCC record was 254 players and $4,626,864 which was set last year.

      Thursday’s Day 1B field had 187 players for the HKD $20,000 buy-in event and the top 38 players will be in the money with the winner receiving a grand prize of HKD $1,250,000.

      “It’s the top end of my expectations.” said Danny McDonagh, Director of Live Operations for Asia-Pacific. “With APPT Macau Season 5 following the MPCC in just one month it’s easy for players to wait until November. The 22% increase in entries in the Main Event and new records just show how much the region has embraced the sport of poker and PokerStars Macau.”

      Day 1B’s chip leader was China’s Yue Qing Zhou who led the surviving 92 players from Thursday with 117,800 chips. Malaysian Marcus Lau (109,200), Taiwanese Huai-hsun Ko (106,075, Korean Gabyong Kim (99,975), and Hong Kong’s Choon Siang Tan round out the Top 5 from the second and final flight of the Main Event.

      Other notables advancing to Day 2 include Team PokerStars Pro Vivian Im (62,200) — ranked No. 10 for Asia Player of the Year, No. 4 Raiden Kan (74,225), No. 6 Ion Sang Song (39,425); and PokerStars sponsored players Nobuhiro Yabuuchi (19,550) and Kenny Shih (19,225)

      Eliminated big names include Team PokerStars Pros Bryan Huang and Celina Lin; top ranked players Aaron Lin (No. 2) and Mark Benasa (No. 5); and, Team PokerStars: Online Dale “Daleroxxu” Philips

    • #31344
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      PokerGuru member Sandeep Vasoya is still alive in the MPCC Main event with 6125 in chips.

    • #31346
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      Sandeep Vasoya makes an early exit from MPCC Main Event Day 2

      Short Stacked Sandeep needed an early double-up but unfortunately he started off on the big blind. The very next hand he pushed allin with 9s Ts from the SB with action folded to him and BB calls with K T (o). No help on the board for Sandeep!

    • #31347
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      MPCC Event 8: 10K 6- Handed ( 2 Day Event): Samohh makes a strong start

      Team PokerGuru Pro Samohh after a disappointing day in the office yesterday has come back all guns blazing today. Samohh is currently sitting on a stack of 32K with 40 players left from the original field of 73 players and average stack of 19K!

    • #31348
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      William Jones, Main Event – Day 2 chip leader

      Jones Jets to Lead in MPCC 2011

      Aussie William Jones overtakes chip lead at end of Day 2

      MACAU, CHINA, October 14, 2011 – 150 runners — including 50 PokerStars players — took their seats here in
      PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa for Day 2 of the Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011 Main Event.

      The record-setting MPCC which began with 308 runners whittled down to just 43 after Friday’s second of four days of play. 38 players will make the money for a piece of the HKD $5,553,856 prize pool with the eventual winner receiving HKD $1,250,000.

      Leading the remaining field, that includes 14 PokerStars players, is Australian William Jones with 387,400 chips. Korean Sunny Jung ended the day with the second biggest stack at 335,000. Japanese players Seijiro Machi (288,900) and Tadashi Yachida (259,700), Scotsman Gordon Huntley (274,600), Aussie Scot Calcagno (255,900), Hong Kong’s Charles Lam (225,100), China’s Richard Hu (220,500), and Malaysia’s Raiden Kan (203,700) are the other players above the 200K mark.


      William Jones

      Other notables advancing to Day 3 include PokerStars players Gabyong Kim (191,800), Ivan Tan (79,200), and No. 1 Asia Player of the Year ranked Hung-sheng “Shaq” Lin (183,400); PokerStars sponsored players Justin Chan (114,700) and Nobuhiro Yabuuchi (67,400); and, No. 3 ranked Haifeng Xue.

      Despite over 2,100 APOY points going to the yet-to-be determined winner, Xue is the only player in the remaining Main Event field who can overtake Shaq in the standings.

    • #31349

      MPCC Event 8: 10K 6- Handed ( 2 Day Event): Samohh makes a strong start

      Team PokerGuru Pro Samohh after a disappointing day in the office yesterday has come back all guns blazing today. Samohh is currently sitting on a stack of 32K with 40 players left from the original field of 73 players and average stack of 19K!

      Good luck sammmy try to ship it 🙂

    • #31350
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      MPCC Event 8: 10K 6- Handed ( 2 Day Event) 00:55 AM:

      Samohh is still alive in the 10K 6-Max Event with 16 players remaining. He has 42K in chips , average chip stack is 45625,

      Top 7 players will be paid!

      Payouts:

      1st $217,200
      2nd $138,200
      3rd $92,100
      4th $72,400
      5th $52,700
      6th $46,100
      7th $39,468

      Total Prizepool $658,168

    • #31351

      come-on big man! give some more updates

    • #31352
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      MPCC Event 8: 10K 6- Handed ( 2 Day Event) 01:35 AM:

      Samohh has just been eliminated in 11th place in the 10K 6-Max tournament.

      Action:
      Samohh opens for 3.5K and the player in BB with a big stack 3 bets making it 7.2K. Samohh goes all-in and Big Blind calls.

      Samohh shows Ad3d. His opponent tabled pocket tens.

      No help on the board and Samohh heads towards his hotel room!

    • #31353
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      Final Table Set for Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011

      No. 4 Raiden Kan leads Final Table that has No. 1 Shaq Lin and No. 11 Charles Lam

      MACAU, CHINA, October 15, 2011 – 43 players entered PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa with hopes of securing a seat on the Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011 final table as Saturday’s Main Event – Day 3 played down to 9 players.

      The record-setting MPCC — which began with 308 runners — pays the top 38 players a piece of the HKD $5,553,856 prize pool with the eventual winner receiving HKD $1,250,000.

      The chip leader entering Day 4’s final table is PokerStars player Raiden Kan from Malaysia with 1,237,000 chips. Kan is No. 4 on the Asia Player of the Year rankings and is joined by No. 1 Hung-sheng “Shaq” Lin as well as No. 11 Charles Lam.


      Raiden Kan , Main Event chip leader at Final Table

      Main Event – Final Table

      Seat 1: Seijiro Machi (Japan) — 616,000
      Seat 2: “Chester” Seng Yong Lee (Malaysia) — 598,000
      Seat 3: Hau Huang Chang (United States) — 466,000
      Seat 4: Richard Hu (China) — 566,000
      Seat 5: Hung-sheng “Shaq” Lin (Chinese Taipei) (PokerStars Player) — 614,000
      Seat 6: Charles Lam (Hong Kong) – 360,000
      Seat 7: Raiden Kan (Malaysia) — 1,237,000
      Seat 8: Sunny Jung (Korea) — 669,000
      Seat 9: Victor Chong (Malaysia) (PokerStars Player) — 981,000

    • #31354
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      Macau Poker Cup Championship – Main Event Results!

      Event 4: Main Event ($4,500,000 Guarantee
      Date: October 12-16
      Buyin :$20,000 (18,400+1,600)
      Players:308
      Prize Pool:$5,553,856

      Malaysian domination as “Raiden Kan” secures MPCC title

    • #24680
      Poker Guru
      Participant

      Raiden Kan Wins Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011

      MACAU, CHINA, October 16, 2011 – PokerStars Macau at Casino Grand Lisboa hosted the Macau Poker Cup Championship 2011 from October 7-16 and Asia’s hottest poker destination didn’t dissapoint. The Main Event set new MPCC records for both field size and prize money as 308 players competed for a piece of the $5,553,856 prize pool.

      The 10-day poker schedule ended Asia’s premiere poker series for 2011 in high fashion as it awarded HKD $12,358,408 (USD $1,584,400)
      amongst the 12 cash tournaments — the first time any MPC series has reached the 10 million mark for prize money.

      “It’s a fantastic accomplishment!” said Danny McDonagh, PokerStars Director of Live Operations for Asia-Pacific. “Breaking records in the Main Event, the MPCC overall, crossing the ten million mark, and having an exciting final table full of top ranked Asian players is more than I could have hoped for. Our team is ecstatic with the result this week!”

      Taking center stage amongst it all was PokerStars player Raiden Kan who beat the record Main Event field taking home the HKD $1,250,000 (USD $160,000) grand prize. The 27-year old is the first Malaysian to win a major tournament on the Asian poker circuit and also improves his Asia Player of the Year ranking from No. 4 to No. 2.
      Kan beat a final table that had the likes of No. 1 Hung-sheng “Shaq” Lin, No. 11 Charles Lam, and high stakes poker pro Sunny Jung.


      Raiden Kan, MPCC 2011 Champion
      Main Event – Final Table Results

      Raiden Kan (Malaysia) — $1,250,000
      Victor Chong (Malaysia) — $860,800
      Robert Huang (Chinese Taipei) — $511,000
      Chester Lee (Malaysia) — $402,700
      Charles Lam (Hong Kong) — $319,300
      Hung-sheng “Shaq” Lin (Chinese Taipei) — $263,800
      Richard Hu (China) — $208,300
      Sunny Jung (Korea) — $152,700
      Seijiro Machi (Japan) — $125,056

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