Phitsanulok took the lead in the 15th minute when Mat Parems slipped one into the back of the net.
As he's done several times this season, Phuket defender Yusuke Sato scored the equaliser during extra time in the first half.
Throughout the second half, Phitsanulok were determined to come away with three points but the Ronins' defense held up to make sure both teams each had one point.
Though Phuket gained one point, the team still fell one spot in the standings and are now sitting in 14th place (33 points) while Phitsanulok remain in 16th place (24 points), firmly in the relegation zone.
Phuket's next match up takes place this Wednesday (September 3) against the Thailand national team in a warm-up for the upcoming Asian Games in South Korea, 6:30pm kick off.
The next Yamaha League-1 match will place this Saturday (September 6) against Trat FC at Surakul Stadium in Phuket Town, kick off is set for 6:30pm.
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