Roll Up, Roll Up For The Biggest World Poker Tour High Roller Tourney Yet

$200,000 buy-in does not deter the game's biggest aces

Many of the top names in poker have been lining up to play in the January 3rd World Poker Tour National Philippines Festival of Poker Super High Roller competition which starts today … undeterred by the $200,000 buy-in.
Entries so far include a who's who of online and live poker that includes: Brian Rast, Keith Gipson, Thomas McDonald, John Juanda, Philipp Gruissem, Mike "Timex" McDonald, Stephen Chidwick, Hendrik Latz, David Peters, Isaac Haxton, Sam Soverel, Jean-Robert Bellande, Tom Hall, Dan Colman, Nam Le, Richard Yong, Paul Phua, Lei Tim Meng, Mui Man Bok, Qin "The Chairman" Si Xin, Wang "Shanghai Wong" Qiang, Zhang "Big Head" Xi Hong, Wang Zuo, Stanley Choi, Zhang Shu Nu Aaron, Liang Yu, and Chan Wai Leong.
Also competing will be Phil Ivey, Tom Dwan, Sam Trickett, Daniel Cates, Andrew Robl, Vivek Rajkumar, Fedor Holz, and Andrew Pantling.
More last-minute registrations are expected, but the event is already being claimed as the biggest buy-in in World Poker Tour history, and is sure to attract plenty of media attention.

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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