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Khac Trung Tran Wins 2013 APT Philippines Main Event

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Apr/25/2013
Khac Trung Tran Wins 2013 APT Philippines Main Event

Australia native Khac Trung Tran has won the 2013 APT Philippines Main Event and the $124,000 grand prize.

205 players took part in the $2,700 buy-in event at Resorts World Manila. 

Until recently, Tran has had 20 cashes in live poker events, having amassed just over $100,000 total.  This is his biggest win to date.

Nam Le, a fixture at the APT Philippines events over the years, finished 4th after enjoying a strong chip lead throughout a good portion of the event.  To date, Le has won close to $6.5 million in live tournaments.

Place Player Prize

1 Khac Trung Tran$124,000

2 Thang Truong$71,600

3 Sekiya Yosuke$48,700

4 Nam Le$34,800

5 Homad Houshiar$28,300

6 Anthony Gabitan$22,900

7 Miller Zhang$18,400

8 Tam Truong$14,900

9 Pakihal Lisawad$12,400
 

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com
 

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