Records Broken At Macau Poker Tournament

2,343 entries generate a prize pool of HK$6.1 million in Macau Millions main event

With a prize pool of HK$6.1 million generated by a record 2,343 entrants, the HK$3,000 buy-in Macau Millions main event at the Pokerstars Live poker room in Macau lived up to its name this week, and was won by Chinese player Alvan Zheng (27).
Zheng's reward was HK$911,000 after he bested fellow countryman Quan Zhou in an entertaining heads up, having dominated final table action and started the heads up stage with a 3 to 1 chip advantage. Zhou's runner up prize was HK$700,000.
Other final table cashes included:
Guancheng Wu (China) HK$530,000
Howard Ka Ho Sun (Hong Kong) HK$383,000
Chun Liang Pan (Taiwan) HK$272,000
Tatiana Barausova (Russia) HK$185,000
Jason Lo (Hong Kong) HK$132,000
Tony Cheng (Hong Kong) HK$100,817
Boon Heng Siong (Singapore) HK$75,000

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