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Martin Kozlov Wins 2010 ANZPT Melbourne Title (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Martin Kozlov Wins 2010 ANZPT Melbourne Title
Article ID 00041615
Author Scott McDaniel
Date JULY 27 2022
Martin Kozlov overcame significant deficits and dangerous competition on his way to claiming the 2010 ANZPT Melbourne main event title. In its seventh stop of season 2, the PokerStars-sponsored Australia and New Zealand Poker Tour hosted 310 main event entrants in the Crown Poker Room in Melbourne, Australia. The AU$2,700 buy-in created a prize pool of $775,000 with 36 players getting paid. With 37 players remaining the tournament, Kozlov sat with the second shortest chip stack and was a long way from a tournament win. But when play reached the final nine, the 23-year-old Melbourne-pro was still hanging on as the short stack. He looked to be heading for the rail early at the final table when his pocket queens ran into the pocket aces of 2010 World Championship of Online Poker Player of the Series winner James ‘ANDY McLEOD’ Obst , but a third queen hit the felt and Kozlov stayed alive. Through aggressive play and a little bit of luck, he eventually found himself heads-up with Obst for the tournament title. Obst held a 5-1 chip advantage, but Kozlov again overcame the deficit before him and claimed the ANZPT Melbourne title and AU$195,700. The final stop of the ANZPT season will be in Darwin, Australia from October 25-30. Here’s a look at the final table seating and starting chip stacks: Seat 1: Martin Kozlov – 153,000 Seat 2: James Obst – 1,063,000 Seat 3: Daniel Laidlaw – 278,000 Seat 4: Kristina Jeney – 1,130,000 Seat 5: Amanda De Cesare – 492,000 Seat 6: Ben Savage – 798,000 Seat 7: David Chilcott – 662,000 Seat 8: Ted Nguyen – 768,000 Seat 9: Raj Ramakrishnan – 783,000 Here are the elimination hands: Laidlaw Eliminated in 9th Place (AU$16,275) After three hours of play, the final table lost its first player when Daniel Laidlaw fell to David Chilcott. Martin Kozlov raised to 50,000 from early position, and Laidlaw reraised all-in for his last 125,000. Chilcott moved all-in over the top for 600,000 and Kozlov folded. Laidlaw showed A 2 and was trailing Chilcott’s A K . The board ran out 9 7 4 8 6 and Laidlaw was eliminated in 9th place, earning AU$16,275. Ramakrishnan Falls to Kings in 8th Place (AU$22,090) During the next level of play Raj Ramakrishnan open-shoved for 384,000 and was instantly called by James Obst, who showed K K . Ramakrishnan showed K Q and was still in trouble as the flop came A Q 6 . The J turn put out a straight draw, but the 6 river sent Ramakrishnan to the rail in 8th place, good for AU$22,090. Nguyen’s Top Pair No Good, Out in 7th (AU$27,900) Around 20 minutes later there was another elimination. Chilcott called from the small blind and Ted Nguyen checked his option from the big blind. On a flop of Q 9 7 Chilcott bet 30,000 and Nguyen moved all in for 310,000. Chilcott called and showed 9 7 for two pair, leading Nguyen’s Q 5 . The turn brought the 6 , and the 4 river was not enough to save Nguyen, who made AU$27,900 for his 7th place finish. Jeney’s Small Pocket Pair Sends Her To Rail in 6th Place (AU$34,875) Next to go was the final table’s original chip leader, Kristina Jeney. After Obst raised to 80,000 preflop, Jeney moved all in for 770,000 from the small blind. Obst called and showed 8 8 . Jeney turned over 3 3 and was in trouble. The flop was no help, coming Q 9 4 , but the 7 turn gave Jeney a flush draw. However, the 10 completed the board and Jeney was eliminated in 6th place for AU$34,875. Obst Continues His Roll, KOs Savage in 5th Place (AU$42,625) Just before dinner break, Obst was back in the action when he open-shoved from the button and was insta-called by Ben Savage from the big blind. Obst showed A 4 and Savage held a leading 9 9 . Through the turn, the board showed K Q 7 6 and it appeared Savage was going to double up. However, the A fell on the river to pair Obst’s ace, and Savage was eliminated in 5th place, good for AU$42,625. De Cesare Picks Bad Spot, Out in 4th Place (AU$53,855) The first hand following dinner break was Amanda De Cesare’s last. Obst raised to 100,000 from the button and De Cesare moved all in from the small blind for 445,000. Obst called and showed K J . De Cesare held K 8 . The board ran 9 6 4 5 6 and De Cesare was gone in 4th place, earning $53,855. The pot put Obst at the 4 million mark in chips, and the final table was down to three-way action between Obst, Kozlov and the short-stacked Chilcott. Cruel River Busts Chilcott in 3rd Place (AU$68,900) Obst kept his streak going when he again raised to 100,000 from the button and called when Chilcott put his last 500,000 in. Obst showed K J against Chilcott’s A 2 . Chilcott hit the flop of Q 9 2 , but Obst added a straight draw to his outs. The 2 turn gave Chilcott trips and narrowed Obst’s outs to only a straight, which he got when the 10 fell on the river. Chilcott was out in 3rd place, for AU$68,950, and Obst found himself in a great position, heads up against Kozlov with a 5,145,000-1,055,000 chip advantage. Kozlov Comes From Behind to Beat Obst and win the ANZPT Melbourne Title (AU$195,700) But the 5-1 chip lead chip lead wasn’t enough. After clawing his way back into contention, Kozlov actually found himself with a slight chip lead. That’s when the following hand came up: Kozlov raised to 125,000 from the button and Obst reraised to 350,000. Kozlov raised yet again to 850,000 and Obst moved all in. Kozlov made the call and they showed their hands. Kozlov: 9 9 Obst: A K The board ran J 5 3 6 4 and Kozlov completed his comeback to win the 2010 ANZPT Melbourne main event title and AU$195,700. Obst fell just short of winning, but still took AU$124,000 for his runner-up finish. Here’s a look at the final table results: 1. Martin Kozlov — AU$195,700 2. James Obst — AU$124,000 3. David Chilcott — AU$68,900 4. Amanda De Cesare — AU$53,855 5. Ben Savage — AU$42,625 6. Kristina Jeney — AU$34,875 7. Ted Nguyen — AU$27,900 8. Raj Ramakrishnan — AU$22,090 9. Daniel Laidlaw — AU$16,275

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