Tag Archives: asian poker tour
- Asian Poker Tour secures five-year deal for Macau
July 31, 2017
Manila, Philippines, July 31, 2017 – The Asian Poker Tour (APT) has signed an exclusive five-year agreement with Macau Billionaire Poker (MBP) and the Babylon Casino to bring a minimum of two international poker events per year to Macau for the next five years. One of those guaranteed events is APT’s highly popular year-end festival...
- Zarvan Tumboli runs away with first series trophy; Tsuchikawa wins Charity Event
June 16, 2017
Macau, China, June 15, 2017 - It was a big day for India’s Zarvan Tumboli who entered the final day of the Opening Event 300K Guaranteed with a stack below average then turned it up to run away with the first trophy and the HKD 74,300 cold hard cash first...
- Welcome event down to final 8; Byun Choul Seung wins charity event
January 12, 2017
Manila, Philippines, January 2017 – The first Asian Poker Tour festival of the year wrapped up its opening day at Resorts World Manila with lots of action at the felt. The APT Kickoff 2017 saw the NLH Welcome Event close up with the Final 8 players remaining and Korea’s Byun...
- APT 2016 ends with exciting highlights and Iori Yogo as the APT POY champion
December 19, 2016
Macau, China, December 2016 - After fifteen poker festivals held in various destinations around the world, the Asian Poker Tour wrapped up its busiest year with the APT Finale 2016 coming to a close in Macau. The nine-day event ran from December 7th-15th at the Crystal Palace in Casino Lisboa,...
- Final 8 set! China’s Lu Yunye dominates Main Event day 3
December 14, 2016
Macau, China, December 2016- From 48 players down to the Final 8! The Asian Poker Tour Finale Macau 2016 wrapped up another exciting day at the Crystal Palace in Casino Lisboa with the Final 8 of the Main Event reached just minutes into the midnight hour. Hailing at the top...
- India’s Praveen Dwarkanath heads the 48 survivors of Main Event Day 2
December 13, 2016
Macau, China, December 13, 2016 - Nonstop action resumed at the Asian Poker Tour Finale Macau 2016 with 156 players returning for Day 2 of the Main Event at the Crystal Palace in Casino Lisboa. Their goal was to survive another eight rounds in order to advance into tomorrow’s Day...
Law panel leans towards regulating gambling in India
March 20, 2017
India’s Supreme Court taking another look at sports betting
April 28, 2017