Allan Le Wins Manila Millions Super High Roller Event 2012 and HKD $13,080,000

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Apr/21/2012
Allan Le Wins Manila Millions Super High Roller Event 2012 and HKD $13,080,000

US player Allan Le has won Asia’s biggest buy-in tournament ever, the Manila Millions 2012 and a grand prize of HKD $13,080,000 (USD $1.685 million).

31 players in total entered the HKD $1 million (USD $128,000) buy-in including the likes of Phil Ivey, John Juanda, Tom Dwan, Johnny Chan and APT Ambassadors Joe Hachem, JC Tran and Nam Le.

Poker fans across the globe were treated to live streaming video of the event (with a slight time delay). 

The Manila Millions Super High Roller Event is part of the Asian Poker Tour Philippines, which runs through the weekend and concludes on the 25th

 

Here were your final payouts: 

1st Allan Le – HKD $13,080,000


2nd Devan Tang – HKD $8,175,000


3rd Sun Sheng – HKD $4,905,000


4th Richard Yong – HKD $3,597,000


5th Keith Kipson – HKD $2,943,000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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