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Macau millions kicks off this week

  1. 1. Macau Millions Kicks Off This Week<br />The tournament tables at the Grand Lisboa Casino's PokerStars Macau poker room are sure to be filled with plenty of action this week as the unique Macau Millions event kicks off on Wednesday.<br />Top players from all over Asia, including PokerStars Team Asia Pros Bryan Huang, Celina Lin, Raymond Wu, and Tae Jun Noh, will be looking to win big in this event, which will require a lot more aggressiveness than your usual poker tournament.<br />It will be a whole different ballgame for the participants as the format to be used for the Macau Millions will probably be unlike anything they've seen in the past. Only the top seven percent of each Day 1 field will advance to the final day.<br />That rule will surely make for some huge pots towards the end of each day as players scramble to make it into the upper echelon of the chip counts.<br />Asia PokerNews will be covering all the poker action from PokerStars Macau as the live reporting team will be there to provide live blogging, chip counts, photos, video interviews, and more.<br />The schedule is made up of Days 1A to 1E. The starting days will then be followed by Day 2, where the winner will ultimately be decided.<br />Here is the full schedule of the Macau Millions main event:<br />Wednesday, August 4 - Day 1A (8:10 pm)Thursday, August 5 - Day 1B (8:10 pm)Friday, August 6 - Day 1C (2:10 pm), Day 1D (7:10 pm)Saturday, August 7 - Day 1E (2:10 pm)Sunday, August 8 - Final Day (12:10 pm)<br />Players who make their way to PokerStars Macau for the event will have a big chance of making a big impact on the poker room's Asia Player of the Year leaderboard. Aside from the Macau Millions main event, the scheduled HK $5,000 No Limit Hold 'em 300K Guaranteed tournament will also have a bearing on player points.<br />The Macau Millions comes less than a month after the last Macau Poker Cup (MPC), which was won by Kenichi Takarabe for a cash prize of HK $620,100.<br />PokerStars Macau is located at the Grand Lisboa Casino in Macau. For more information, read the Asia PokerNews feature on the poker room by clicking here.<br />Sign up for an online poker room through Asia PokerNews to get exclusive freerolls, bonuses, and promotions!<br />Join Asia PokerNews on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!<br />