Cambodian professional billiards player Sreng Pheavy (33-Blue One Resort) lifted her sixth professional billiards (LPBA) championship trophy and became the most decorated women’s LPBA player in history.
She won the LPBA final of the ‘Silk Road & Ansan PBA-LPBA Championship’, the second tour of the professional billiards 2023-2024 season, with a set score of 4-3 (6-11, 11-3, 11-4, 5-11, 11-7, 7-11, 9-2) after a full-set battle with Yong Hyun-ji at the Sangryoksu Gymnasium in Ansan, Gyeonggi-do, on September 9.
With this victory, Strong has become the LPBA’s most dominant player since making his professional debut in the 2020-2021 season, winning six out of 20 events 메이저놀이터 주소.
Her return to the top four months after winning the previous season’s SK Rent-a-Car World Championship Wang Jung-woongjeon, she became the all-time leader in wins, surpassing Kim Ga-young (Hana Card) and Lim Jung-sook (Crown Hae-tae), who are both five-time champions.
“I did a lot of volunteer work in the off-season, and now I’m just going to practice more for the time being,” she said, adding, “My goal is to make more people happy to see me play.”
“I feel like everywhere I go now, people recognize me. I feel like I need to play better and win more.”
Surong moved to South Korea in 2011 and is now married to her Korean husband. Her husband, Kim Mansik, 61, who married her through an international marriage, sneaked into the stadium to cheer her on.
“I didn’t even know he was there, but he was embarrassed, so I didn’t get to take a photo of the win with him,” said Surong. “I haven’t seen him play in person for the past five or six years, and today was the first time. I’m just grateful and sorry,” he said, expressing his affection for Kim.
“Because I’m traveling for competitions, I often go home once or twice a month. My husband is home alone, and whenever I come in, he asks me what I want to eat and cooks for me. He helps me focus on my game.”