Kim Min-ah defeats Throng Piavi for her 3rd win on the Women’s Professional Billiards Tour

The average is 1.444, the highest record in LPBA finals history.

Min-ah Kim (NH Nonghyup Card) achieved her third career win in a tour tournament with the highest average (1.444) in women’s professional billiards LPBA finals history.

Kim Min-ah defeated Throng Piavi (Cambodia, Blue One Resort) in the final of the ‘Crown Haitai LPBA Championship 2024’ held at KINTEX PBA Stadium in Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do on the night of the 25th with a set score of 4-1 (8-11 11-10 11-0 11-2) They won 11-7) and took the top spot. 온라인카지노

Minah Kim won her second trophy this season following the Blue One Resort Championship,

the season opener, and finished first in this season’s prize money rankings (KRW 63.45 million).

In particular, despite being diagnosed with acute pyelonephritis ahead of this competition and not feeling well,

he endured with painkillers and showed fighting spirit to conquer the summit.

The average of 1.444 that Minah Kim recorded in this final is a new record,

surpassing the previous record of 1.379 set by Jeongsuk Lim (Crown Haitai) at the Welcome Savings Bank Wellbang Championship in the 2019-2020 season.

In addition, Minah Kim finished the game in 97 minutes,

surpassing the record of the shortest time in the finals (103 minutes)

set by Gayoung Kim (Hana Card) in this season’s Huons Championship.

The Well Bang Top Ranking (prize prize of 2 million won),

given to the player who recorded the highest average in one game,

went to Seo Han-sol (Blue One Resort), who scored 2.273 in the PQ round (second preliminary) of this tournament.

After the game, Minah Kim said, “This tournament was very difficult due to acute pyelonephritis,

but I recovered well and was able to win.

“Now that I have won three games in total, I will follow in the footsteps of players who have achieved multiple wins and join the competition for multiple wins,” he said.

The Crown Haitai Championship 2024, which concluded the LPBA tournament,

will begin at 11 a.m. on the 26th for the men’s PBA round of 128.

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