Taiwan's dynamic poker star has Asian Poker Tour (APT) Macau Main Event.
Carlos Chang, who can always been seen in his trademark sunglasses, beat off stiff competition from a sizeable field of 268 entrants to bag the top prize at the HK$25,000 (approximately £2,070) buy-in event.
The poker star bagged himself a whopping HK$1,913,200 (£158,405) when he showed the skill and temperament of a seasoned pro to overcome Winfred Yu at heads up.
Chang was certainly reeling from his performance, which saw him knock out none other than start-of-day chip leader Richard Zhu.
This proved decisive as it gave him a 7:1 lead over Yu – a significant lead to say the least.
The final hand came soon enough when both players checked a flop of JD, 10S and 4H. Yu then attempted a shove at a bluff with QS and 4S but Chang had one more surprise up his sleeve with 10D and 8D.
Aaron Lim meanwhile, the Australian star, came in a respectable fourth place, securing a prize of HK$358,700 (£230,439)