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Billy "The Croc" Argyros Wins 2013 APPT Melbourne Main Event The latest Asia Pacific Poker Tour champion has been crowned at the Crown Poker Room in Melbourne, Australia. After five tough days of action, Aussie poker veteran Billy “The Croc” Argyros claimed victory of the 2013 APPT Melbourne Main Event. Argyros is one of the original inductees in the Australian Poker Hall of Fame and has a poker resume which includes tracked results in each of the last four decades. Now, in 2013, Argyros has taken down one of the most prestigious titles in the country and his second largest career score. “I haven't won a tournament since Cleopatra was skiing down the Nile!” quipped Argyros after he took down the title and $134,500 following a three-handed deal. 2013 APPT Melbourne – Final Table Results Place Player Prize 1 Billy Argyros $134,500* 2 Bowdy Tolhopf $166,000* 3 David Yan $133,000* 4 Ashley Mason $58,400 5 Robert Damelian $45,900 6 Joe Cabret $37,550 7 Phi Luu $29,200 8 Ravi Maravar $22,920 9 Jazz Mathers $16,650 FULL http://www.pokernews.com/news/2013/09/billy-the-croc-argyros-wins-2013-appt-melbourne-main-event-16266.htm
APPT Melbourne Day 3: Ashley Mason Leads Final Table; Karamalikis Bubbles After an exciting day of poker at the Crown Casino on Sunday, the nine-handed final table was secured in the APPT Melbourne Main Event. The chip leader heading into Monday's finale is Ashley Mason, who will have tough competition from experienced players like Billy “The Croc” Argyros, Joe Cabret and David Yan. FULL http://www.pokernews.com/news/2013/09/2013-appt-melbourne-day-3-ashley-mason-leads-final-table-16264.htm
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