APT Main Event: Aik Chuan Crowned Champion

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Jul/10/2017

Aik Chuan has won the Asian Poker Tour Main Event and walks away with just over $14K.

Just 50 players paid the US$1,100 entry fee to compete for the title of Main Event Champion.

Full name, Sam Nee Aik Chuan, resides in Malaysia.  He’s won $218,082 over his live poker playing career to date.

Main Event Cashes

1

Aik Chuan

Malaysia

$14,790 (deal made)

2

Mitsuru Sano

Japan 

$12,000 (deal made)

3

Liu Yi

China

$12,000 (deal made)

4

Hailong Huang

China

$5,340

5

Paphawin Laodee

Thailand

$4,370

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