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Full house for Asian Poker

Discussion in 'Casinomeister's Poker Room' started by jetset, Nov 8, 2006.

    Nov 8, 2006
  1. jetset

    jetset RIP Brian CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service

    Tour now filled to capacity

    More than 370 players have paid the $5000 buy-in for the Main Event at the Betfair Asian Poker Tour, and registration is closed. But after the qualifying events, which begin in Singapore on November 12th, Betfair expects more than 400 players to compete in the Main Event.

    For a field of 400, first place will pay $558 700, second place $299 800 and third place $149 000, from a prize pool of roughly $2 million.

    This is the largest poker tournament to take place in Asia and the first poker event in Singapore, said Betfairs Head of Poker Ben Fried. We are privileged to host such a groundbreaking event.

    Players from thirty-two countries around the world will join a large contingent of local players for the three day Main Event, starting on November 15th, in the Mandarin Ballroom of the Meritus Mandarin Hotel, Singapore.

    The Betfair Asian Poker Tour takes place November 12th - 17th. Side events and satellites to the main event take place from November 12th, with the $5000 buy-in Main Event scheduled for November 15th 17th and televised to an international audience.

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