The third and final day of the Asia-Pacific Poker Tour Seoul (Sourth Korea) Main Event saw the return of 13 players, and within 40 minutes of play the final table of nine players was set.
The final table was represented by players from Russia, Ireland, Japan, Singapore, Poland, USA and Canada. A very international final table to say the least. However, it was Jason Mo, from USA, who stood tall as the champion approximately 5 hours after the final table began.
Mo brought a 9:1 chip lead to heads-up play against Team PokerStars Pro Bryan Huang from Singapore. In the final hand, Mo raised to 70k from the button, and Huang made it 205,000. Mo announced that he was allin almost instantly. Huang made the call.
The board ran out T4K5Q and Mo took down the final pot of the tournament with a pair of queens. Mo received KRW 165,590,200 ($151,384) while Huang got KRW97,820,000 ($89,428) for his runner-up finish.
Jason Mo now has close to $1.8 million in live tournament earnings - with his best live cash being a second place finish for $538,308 in a $25,000 buy-in event at the 2014 WSOP.
Final table results:
1st: Jason Mo (USA) - KRW165,590,200 ($151,384)
2nd: Bryan Huang (Singapore) - KRW97,820,000 ($89,428)
3rd: Daniel Demicki (Poland) - KRW63,100,000 ($57,687)
4th: Celina Lin (China) - KRW50,490,000 ($46,158)
5th: Tyler Jennens (Canada) - KRW39,760,000 ($36,349)
6th: Vladimir Demenkov (Russia) - KRW31,550,000 ($28,843)
7th: Dong Kim (USA) - KRW25,240,000 ($23,750)
8th: Daniel Kneafsey (Ireland) - KRW20,510,000 ($18,750)
9th: Takuya Suzuki (Japan) - KRW15,780,000 ($14,426)