2014 ACOP Main Event Day 4: Macau on camera
After Day 4 began with frantic eliminations galore, the 2014 ACOP Main Event is now starting to slow down with 12 players remaining.
That's not too surprising considering the big pay jumps are starting to kick into gear and all the players aim to make the final table of nine.
You can continue to find live updates of the Main Event on the 2014 ACOP page, but in the meantime, we thought now was a good time to show you some of the interesting video coverage from this week.
The Growth of Poker in China with Raymond Wu
Earlier this week, Team PokerStars Pro Raymond Wu spoke about the huge growth of poker in Asia, from the recent event in Beijing to the record-number of the ACOP. Wu is extremely confident that poker in this region is going in the right direction and offers his insight into what poker might like in Asia in the future.
APPT President Danny McDonagh talks record-breaking ACOP
The 2014 ACOP Main Event set a new-record with 291 players and APPT President Dany McDonagh was over the moon with that 40% increase on last year's tournament. McDonagh discusses why the number increased so much and what his future plans for PokerStars LIVE Macau.
Randy "Nanonoko" Lew loves Macau
Team PokerStars Pro Online Randy Lew has had huge success in Macau, making the final table of the ACOP in 2013 and winning the APPT Macau in 2011. It's no surprise that Lew has an affinity for Macau and so he tells us all about his love for PokerStars LIVE Macau and the food in the area.
The neon lights of Macau
Macau isn't all about poker and high-stakes gambling, so check out this video to see another side of what is a beautiful neon-lit city.
Celina Lin on playing the short stack
Team PokerStars Pro Celina Lin finished in 22nd in the ACOP Main Event and was the short stack for much of that deep run. Lin talks about what it takes to stay focused and play the right game when you dont have many chips.
Catching up with the ACOP Super High Roller champion
Right before the ACOP Main Event began US-based Irishman Steve O"Dwyer won the massive HK$500,000 Super High Roller. We caught up with O'Dwyer during the Main Event to talk about what victory meant to him and more.
If you want to find even more videos - including more to come during the conclusion of the ACOP Main Event be sure to check out the APPT page on PokerStars.tv.