After a dominating performance through the main event of the 2014 Asian Poker Tour(APT) Asian Series Cambodia, Michael Lindstrom continued his good form by taking down the title and the top money of USD 27,700. Through the 4 day event, he consistently stayed on top of the chip lead and looked firmly in control even when the final table of eight started.
Held at the Queenco Hotel and Casino, APT marked a good attendance in its return to Cambodia. The APT CEO announced that more than 40 nationalities were represented at this event which is a huge achievement. Following this success, the next year dates for APT Cambodia were also announced from May 20th-27th, 2015 at Queenco.
Coming back to Lindstrom’s remarkable win, the Danish defeated Jae Chul Chang in heads up action for the APT Trophy. Jeff Tims came in third spot while Feng Zhao finished fourth. The last few side events of Deep Stack Trophy 2 and NLHE 6 Handed Event were won by Ngyuyen Van Seng and Dave Fish respectively.
The Asian Poker Tour now moves on to more familiar territories in Philippines with the APT Asian Series Manila scheduled to take place from Sept 10th-17th, 2014.
Michael Lindstrom (Denmark) – USD 27,700
2. Jae Chul Chang (Korea) – USD 16,200
3. Jeff Tims (USA) – USD 11,200
4. Feng Zhao (Singapore) – USD 8,200
5. Lars Borno (Denmark) – USD 6,800
6. Benyamin Canatan (Denmark) – USD 5,600
7. Richard Mari (UK) – USD 4,600
8. Yo Doi (Japan) – USD 3,900