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2017ACOP: 5 Burning Questions

The 2017 Asia Championship of Poker (Oct. 13-29) is officially underway and if you've missed the previous blogs, info, and news I've got the key pieces right here for you below.Events you need to know aboutThe Race to Three SpadiesSchedule & StructuresFor regular ACOP updates follow us on Twitter @P...more

by Fred Leung on October 16, 2017 5:53 AM

2017ACOP: Choose Your Own Adventure

The 2017 Asia Championship of Poker (October 13-29) has a massive 17-day schedule and you may very well be intimidated by the vast options. Have no fear, I'm here to guide you through it all! Remember, choice is a good thing and this year, more so than any other year, you can truly choose your own...more

by Fred Leung on October 6, 2017 8:30 AM

2017ACOP: The Race to Three

The Asia Championship of Poker is the Far East's greatest challenge for a player and the 17-day poker festival returns this October 13-29. In five years of existence, the ACOP has awarded more than HK$390 million (USD $50M) and those massive prize pools have, in turn, attracted the biggest names in...more

by Fred Leung on September 25, 2017 5:57 AM

MPC27: Soyza traps Finger to take down High Roller for HK$2.03 million

Joy for SoyzaAt final tables in fast structured events, you're used to seeing chips flying and the chip leaders changing. So tonight's final table was a little out of the ordinary.Malaysia's Michael Christopher Soyza came into the finale as chip captain, and it was a title he never relinquished, cou...more

by Jack Stanton on September 9, 2017 11:30 AM

MPC27: High Roller Day 2 live updates

• Michael Christopher Soyza wins High Roller for HK$2,037,000 - FULL RECAP• PRIZES | ALL MACAU POKER CUP INFO• DOWNLOAD POKERSTARS • Follow @PokerStarsBlog on Twitter2:10am: Finger falls in 2nd (HK$1.7M), Soyza wins High Roller (HK$2,037,000)Level 23: 60,000/120,000 (20,000 ante)It's all over, Mich...more

by Brad Kain on September 8, 2017 10:13 PM

MPC27: Qiuming Qin rides the Red Dragon to win HK$3.14 million

Qiuming Qin gets the Red Dragon winYou know you've got a head for numbers when you 1. work in finance, 2. can navigate and manoeuvre your way through an enormous record-breaking tournament field, and 3. negotiate your way to a healthy heads up deal. Yep, Qiuming Qin certainly has a head for numbers....more

by Jack Stanton on September 8, 2017 9:56 AM

MPC27: Two-time High Roller champion James Chen leading again

Day 1 of the MPC27 HK$80,000 High Roller came and went in just six hours today as we saw 97 entries in the mix across nine 40-minute levels of play. They were made up of 85 unique players and 12 re-entries. Of the players who pulled up seats it was James Chen who bagged up the most chips when all wa...more

by Brad Kain on September 8, 2017 3:39 AM

MPC27: Red Dragon final table coverage

• QIUMING QIN WINS RED DRAGON FOR HK$2.6 MILLON - FULL TOURNAMENT RECAP HERE• PRIZES | ALL RED DRAGON / MACAU POKER CUP INFO• DOWNLOAD POKERSTARS • Follow @PokerStarsBlog on Twitter12:45am: It's all over! Qiuming Qin wins MPC27 Red Dragon!Level 33 - Blinds 150,000/300,000 (ante 50,000)After much ba...more

by Jack Stanton on September 7, 2017 9:29 PM

MPC27: Red Dragon final table player profiles

Learn more about the final nine players who have made the MPC27 Red Dragon final table (information provided by Ben Wilson, Media Coordinator for PokerStars Macau).Seat 1: Tong Tan, 36, Singapore - 3,305,000The first of the final table's two Singaporean players is a keen recreational player and has ...more

by Jack Stanton on September 7, 2017 9:10 PM

MPC27: Kian Weng Choong commands Red Dragon final eight

The penultimate day is in the books and the Red Dragon final table is now set!When proceedings began at 3pm there were 81 hopefuls still in contention but 11 hours later and we're down to just eight vying for the Red Dragon title, the prestigious trophy, and the HK$3,472,000 (~$444,300). The man lea...more

by Live reporting team on September 6, 2017 11:12 PM
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