Bruno Tadebois has won the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Mauritius Main Event, claiming €22,840 in prize money on the latest instalment of the current APT calendar.
Dany Cho finished in second while Stephane Blot secured third. Australia's Liam Anderson - who had looked to be in a promising position when holding the chip lead at the beginning of Day 2 - eventually finished in 13th place.
While we wait to see if Anderson's performance was enough to move him to the top of the APT Player of the Year (POY) rankings, the Aussie can be relatively happy with his performance, although he will be disappointed that he didn't build on his fourth place finish in the opening side event in Mauritius.
Sweden's Martin Sampath Nilsson is Anderson's closest rival in the race for APT POY, with the next event scheduled to kick off in Manila on September 19th before moving onto Cambodia in November.