Doo Sik Nam Wins First-Ever APT Da Nang Vietnam Main Event

In his very first live tournament, in the very first APT Da Nang Vietnam Main Event, South Korea’s Doo Sik Nam topped a 411-player field to win 2,598,290,000 ₫ (~$109,128).

He beat Vietnam’s Duc Trung Vu heads-up, beating his previous best position of third at APT Ho Chi Minh Main Event in July 2018.

APT Da Nang Vietnam Main Event Final Table Results

Place Player Country Payout (VND) Payout (USD)
1 Doo Sik Nam South Korea 2,598,290,000 ₫ $109,128
2 Duc Trung Vu Vietnam 1,732,240,000 ₫ $72,754
3 Truong Vu Tuan Khanh Vietnam 1,204,230,000 ₫ $50,578
4 Nguyen Kim Truong Son Vietnam 869,790,000 ₫ $36,531
5 Truong Toan Chan Vietnam 650,470,000 ₫ $27,320
6 Dinh Van Tien Vietnam 502,030,000 ₫ $21,085
7 Farhad Aghayev Azerbaijan 398,660,000 ₫ $16,744
8 Alexander Puchalski Canada 324,800,000 ₫ $13,642

Final Table Action

APT Da Nang Vietnam Final Table

The final table began with chip leader Truong Vu Tuan Khanh was looking to go one better than his runner-up finish at the APT Phu Quoc Main Event earlier this year. However, he had a rollercoaster start by doubling up Farhad Aghayev only to win it back to retain the lead.

Khanh then sent Canada’s Alexander Puchalski to the rail, with former APT Incheon Main Event winner Aghayev departing soon after despite his early double.

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Doo Sik Nam had a quiet start, but sent Dinh Van Tien and Truong Toan Chan to the rail as he started to make his move.

Nam then busted a third player in a row as Nguyen Kim Truong fell in fourth place, with Duc Trung Vu closing the gap with the elimination of Khanh in third place.

In the final hand, Nam spiked a king on the flop with king-jack to beat the ace-ten of Vu to emerge triumphant.

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Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German, and then studied for a NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism at Sportsbeat in Manchester. He previously worked as a freelance live reporter, and video presenter for the World Poker Tour.

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