Dong Guo claims second title at the Turbo event; Lok Gino wins the WeLoveSport.com

The APT Taiwan 2019 awarded another couple of trophies last night at the CTP Club (Chinese Texas Hold’em Poker Association). Canada’s Lok Gino emerged victorious at the WeLoveSport.com Deep Stack Turbo and China’s Dong Guo won the Super Deep Stack Turbo to claim his second title of the series. Guo now joins Japan’s Azusa Maeda in the exclusive double-winner list. 

Lok Gino wins the WeLoveSport.com Turbo

Lok Gino

110 runners filled seats for the Super Deep Stack Turbo event. At a very affordable TWD 5,500 each, the prize pool amounted to TWD 533,500. 19 players saw a profit including several notable players, among them were Natalie Teh (3rd), Ben Lai (4th), Yoichi Uesugi (10th), and Justin Chan (14th). Claiming the lion’s share of TWD 134.300 was Canada’s Lok Gino. Gino entered the heads up round against Chan Lok Ming with an overwhelming lead and held strong to claim his first APT trophy.  

Top 8 payouts
1st Lok Gino – Canada – TWD 134,300
2nd Chan Lok Ming – Taiwan – TWD 89,500
3rd Natalie Teh Siew Po – Malaysia – TWD 62,200
4th Ben Lai – Hong Kong – TWD 45,000
5th Lawrence Wong – Singapore – TWD 33,600
6th Nanami Murata – Japan – TWD 25,900
7th Aoi Sugiura – Japan – TWD 20,600
8th Hsu Wei Chun – Taiwan – TWD 16,800

Second title claimed by Dong Guo at the WeLoveSport.com event

The WeLoveSport.com event blasted in a mighty field of 151 runners and at TWD 7,700 apiece, that brought about a sizable TWD 1,025,300 prize pool. 26 players earned portions of that pot however the glory was all Dong Guo. The Chinese pro bested Chen Hung Wu for the title to lift up his second of the series.

Several days ago, Guo won the High Rollers Single Day event. Other players running deep in this event were Danny Tang (3rd), Chen Hao (4th), and Michael Kim Falcon (7th). 

Top 8 payouts
1st Dong Guo – China – TWD 218,900 (deal)
2nd Chen Hung Wu – Taiwan – TWD 179,300 (deal)
3rd Danny Tang – Hong Kong – TWD 110,700
4th Chen Hao – China – TWD 80,000
5th Chou Kai Jan – TWD 59,800
6th Peng Hsin Hui – TWD 36,700
7th Michael Kim Falcon – Denmark – TWD 36,700
8th Min Dan – China – TWD 29,900

Full APT Taiwan 2019 results 

APT Player of the Series standings



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