PokerStars LIVE Asia comes to Taiwan; Red Dragon Manila also announced

PokerStars LIVE Asia will soon arrive in the city of Taipei, marking the first time the tour has visited Taiwan. The festival will run from January 31st to the 9th of February and will be called APPT Open Taipei. This announcement comes alongside the news that the Red Dragon festival, also run by PokerStars, will […]

PokerStars announces APPT 2019 date

Hot off the press, PokerStars has just announced two dates to one of their most popular tours, the Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT). The last time this event took place was in August 2018 in the Philippines with a record-breaking 1,364 entries for the Main Event. The tour will come back back to Manila once […]

APPT Manila 2018 Schedule

The 2018 Asia Pacific Poker Tour Manila will be held from August 4-12, 2018, at City of Dreams Manila, Philippines. Schedule Time Event Number Event Buy-In Starting Stack Registration Closes At August 4 – Saturday 12:00 #1 (1A) APPT Kickoff – PHP 3,000,000 Guarantee ₱15,000 0 2018-08-04 23:59 14:00 #2 PHP 5,000 NLH ₱5,000 0 2018-08-04 23:59 […]

APPT Korea: Michael Soyza wins the Main Event and a Platinum Pass;

Malaysia’s Michael Soyza was the man of the hour at the APPT Korea after he bested the largest-ever seen Main Event field of 449 entries. Soyza came from behind at the heads up round against Japan’s Mitsuhiro Shiga to seize the ₩158,700,000 (US$148,629) and the coveted PokerStars Players Championship Platinum Pass worth (US$30,000). As soon […]

APPT Macau Schedule

The APPT Macau will be held from March 14th to the 25th 2018, at PokerStars LIVE Macau poker room within the stunning City of Dreams, Macau. Full Schedule APPT Kickoff: March 14-15 – HK$3,000 HK$500,000 Guarantee APPT National High Roller: March 15-17 HK$80,000 APPT National: March 15-19 – HK$10,000 HK$5,000,000 Guarantee APPT Super High Roller – Shot Clock Unlimited Re-Entry: March 17-19 – HK$400,000 APPT Main Event: March 19-25 – HK$40,000 APPT High Roller – […]

Jason Mo defeats Bryan Huang to win APPT Seoul Main Event Title

The APPT9 Seoul main event has reached it's conclusion, with 241 players having bought in, creating a prize pool of ₩645 million. Of the 241 runners, 70 were from Japanese shores, with 37 from China. A relatively small number of Europeans made the journey, with Russia contributing 10 players to the field, and 5 each […]