Chinese Heads Up At A.p.p.t. Macau High Roller Poker

Liang Yu's victory earns him HKD$2,492,500

Two Chinese survivors clashed in the heads up of the HK$100,000 buy-in Asia-Pacific Poker Tour Macau High Roller Monday after surviving an aggressive field of 73 other combative competitors.
Chinese pros Liang Yu and Shunu Zang – both talented and experienced players – mixed it up on the final day of the event, with Zang suffering a most unfortunate bad beat in the closing stages which sent him home with a second placing pay day of HK$ 1,711,000, and gave Yu the honours and the HKD$2,492,500 (around US $321,519.14) main prize.
Other pay-outs from the 7-hour final table included:
Shashank Rathi (Hong Kong) HK$1,124,000
Jack Hu (Taiwan) HK$929,000
Randy Lew (USA) HK$782,000
Hao Tian (China) HK$684,000
Chang He (China) HK$587,000
Marcus Lau (Malaysia) HK$489,000
Yuan Zhou (Canada) HK$391,000

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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