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Huge hk contingent expected to play in macau

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The Asian Poker Tour or APT is premier poker tournament in Asia.It’s growing popularity as a highly respected poker tour is a testament to its goal of bringing world-class poker experience in Asia.

The Asian Poker Tour or APT is premier poker tournament in Asia.It’s growing popularity as a highly respected poker tour is a testament to its goal of bringing world-class poker experience in Asia.


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  • 1. Huge HK Contingent Expected to Play in Macau<br />OCT <br />In 2009, three players from Hong Kong made it to the Final Table of the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Macau Main Event—this year, the APT expects a boom in the number of players from the said country.<br />A total of 22 players came all the way from Hong Kong to participate in last year’s APT Macau—five of which made it into the money, winning HK$1,781,000 in sum.<br />The three Hong Kong-based players who competed for the APT Macau Main Event Champion title in the Final Table (placing 4th, 5th, and 6th) were: David Steicke, Chris Chau, and Michael Woo.<br />In 2009, David Steicke ended up at 4th place-- the best finish for a player from Hong Kong.<br />This year, due to Poker’s unstoppable growth in popularity, the number of players from Hong Kong is predicted to increase significantly. Also, the APT’s addition of another Day 1 in the tournament and the scheduling of the APT Macau 2010 Ladies of Poker Event on the 7th of November (Sunday) at 4pm are expected to attract even more participants.<br />For more details and for the complete schedule of events, please visit the ASIAN POKER TOUR WEBSITE.<br />