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Asian Poker Tour: Towards a rush of big players

The Asian continent is beginning to get a place in the global calendar of the most popular poker tournaments. Besides the United States and Europe, the next Asian Poker Tour (APT) of next month may register a great rush of the world's best players. The last date that would confirmed his participation is none other than the renowned Phil Ivey who will visit the tournament of Macau on November 6 to 14, 2010 and he will have as opponents Adrian Allain, the defending champion. A tournament familiar to famous local players as Johnny Chan, JC Tran, Nam Le, Quinn Do, David "Chino" Rheem, Steve Sung and Kwang Soo Lee who already participated in it.

Thus, the Asian Poker Tour will take place at the City of Dreams. The APT Macau is open for a price of $ 7,000 and includes among others, the main event buy-in of $ 4,500, $ 900 for 6 nights at the Hard Rock Hotel, $ 100 for expenses registration and up to $ 1,500 for flights and extra spending money that are based on exchange rates. Furthermore, the APT Macau already launched a super satellite with a weekly $ 250 + $ 18 Freezeout buy-in since September 13 while the first super satellite has already taken place since September 18, 2010. In any case, the first prize during the qualifying satellites are not refundable or transferable and can not be converted into cash. In addition, players and participants must be adults aged 18 or older to play.

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