Phone Myint Kyaw wins Yu Le Hui Club Open Championship

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Phone Myint Kyaw (left) seen with his first prize after the final match of the Yu Le Hui Club Open Championship in Kun Shan City, China on 24 January. Photo: Ko Ar Ti Facebook Page

Myanmar’s nine-ball and eight ball professional player Phone Myint Kyaw (alias) Ko Arti won the Yu Le Hui Club Open Championship which was held in Kun Shan City, China from 19 to 24 January 2021. In the final match the Championship, Myanmar Pool player Phone Myint Kyaw defeated Chinese player Guo Jian Wu by (11-9) and secured the first prize.
Phone Myint Kyaw reached the final game by passing different stages and met with Chinese pool professional players. In the Round of 32 Stage, Phone Myint Kyaw beat Chinese pool player Ma Hai Tao by 10-2. Next in the Round 16 Stage, Phone Myint Kyaw met with defending 9-ball World Champion Zhan Lon Ling from Taiwan. After hours of turf play, Phone Myint Kyaw made another victory with 10-8 points to reach the quarter final stage. In the quarter-final, Phone Myint Kyaw faced Chinese Pool player Mi Le. The quarter-final was a difficult one for the Myanmar player, but finally, he managed to shape 10-7 victory to go to the semi-final.
The semi-final became an easy game for Phone Myint Kyaw, and he defeated Chinese player Mao Ke Xing by 10-3 to advance to the final game.
After the tourney, Phone Myint Kyaw has expressed his feeling about the game.
“I could not concentrate well over the final game, but luckily I did it with comeback action. I did my best to claim the first prize no matter what was the situation. I’ll try better in the next tourneys. Much thanks to my fans in Myanmar”, Phone Myint Kyaw said. Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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