After nine days of world-class poker action at the Queenco Hotel & Casino in Sihanoukville, the APT Asian Poker Series Cambodia 2015 has come to a close. Here’s an overview of the numbers:
Over USD 170,000 in prize pools were awarded to players spread across the 18 tournaments held. With the biggest winner, Vietnam’s Linh Tran (USD 26,130) for taking down the Main Event.
Throughout the event, we saw 724 entries representing 29 countries take to the felt in hopes of taking home an APT trophy. In terms of titles, Tetsuya Tsuchikawa bagged the most during this event with 3 titles from Deep Stack Turbo 2, 3 and 6 Handed Turbo in three consecutive days. While Iori Yogo was able to pick up some POY points to move him closer to Sam Razavi in the 2015 APT Player of the Year standings. Check out the APT Asian Poker Series Tournament Results
The Asian Poker Tour and the Queenco Hotel & Casino would like to congratulate all the players that made into the money and thank each and everyone one of them for supporting the APT’s second event in Sihanoukville, Cambodia.
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