A day of champions at the Crown Poker Club with Vu Thai Bao, Dinh Quang Vu, and Ta Khanh Linh all walking away with club trophies. Topping the headlines though was Nguyen Trung Ha aka Hasagi who took down the coveted Super High Roller title. We’ve got those stories for you.
The series headliner is up next, the ₫5,000,000,000 (~$207,160) guaranteed MAIN EVENT with buy in of ₫16,500,000 (~$685). Three starting days are scheduled plus a turbo flight. It runs from November 3 to 6. Make sure to check the schedule or the link provided as starting times do vary.
Time to be the next CPC champion
NGUYEN TRUNG HA ships the Super High Roller
It was a hard fought final table at the Super High Roller with several players back for another attempt at glory including series opener champion Cao Ngoc Anh, However, in the end, their hopes were crushed by Nguyen Trung Ha aka Hasagi who outshined to claim the trophy and the ₫920,000,000 (~$37,000) top prize.
For most of the final table, Hasagi held the chip lead and entered heads up against Harry Tran with an advantage of 51 BB to 15 BB. Hasagi grinded down Tran to 4 BB, forcing him to push with that fell to Hasagi’s . This was Hasagi’s career second high roller win having first stood on the pedestal back in September at the World Poker Championship. You can watch the final table race via the recorded livestream on the Crown Poker Club facebook page.
Among the players that reached the final table were Mystery Bounty finalists Nguyen Huu Vinh and Dinh Tien Thanh. Multi decorated champion from New Zealand Hamish Crawshaw was also in the lineup, exiting in 7th place with outdrawn by Thanh’s .
Buy in: ₫55,000,000 (~$2,200)
Guarantee: ₫1,500,000,000 (~$60,360)
Prize pool: TBD
To be declared
VU THAI BAO wins the 8 Max NLH
Last time Vu Thai Bao was at the Crown Poker Club, he nearly won the World Poker Tour Prime Vietnam Player of the Festival with numerous final tables under his belt. Although he fell short, Bao’s hunt for glory continued. At the ongoing CPC-WPTWC series, Bao topped the 88-entry field of the 8-Max NLH event to claim the ₫122,400,000 (~$4,925) first prize and a trophy commemorate the achievement. Another player also continuing his strong run was Mystery Bounty champion Le Van Duc with a 5th place finish for ₫30,000,000.
Buy in: ₫5,500,000 (~$220)
Guarantee: ₫400,000,000 (~$16,100)
Prize pool: ₫422,400,000 (~$17,000)
ITM: 11 places
Vu Thai Bao
Tran Huy Phong
Nguyen Manh Hung
Le Van Duc
Duong Vi Khoa
Le Thanh Hai
Pham Duc Hanh
Mai Tri Minh
Nguyen Hung Giang
Ngo Van Chung
NLH Freezeout: DINH QUANG VU
With several events on the floor, the late night ₫4.5M buy in NLH Freezeout only pulled in 18 players for a prize pool of ₫69,100,000 (~$2,780). Two players shared the pot with Dinh Quang Vu earning the largest cut of ₫41,500,000 for his victory.
Dinh Quang Vu
Tran Vinh Hung
Bounty Hunter: TA KHANH LINH
Recap and results to follow.
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