The Asian Poker Tour (APT) returns to the gambling capital of the East, in partnership with Macau Billionaire Poker (MBP), for its last event of the year – APT Finale Macau Championships 2017! The event runs for a total of twelve days starting Wednesday November 29th until its conclusion on Sunday December 10th.
The event follows the APT’s Championships format with a total of 20 events on the roster, broken down as follows – APT Finale Main Event, APT Finale Championships, Super High Rollers (Special Event), and 17 Side Events. All the action will take place at the MBP’s own poker room located on the top floor of the Babylon Casino at the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. Check out the complete Event Schedule
Opening the twelve-day poker fiesta will be the HKD 4,400 Invitational Game of Champions. Any player that has won an APT champions’ trophy during the 2017 season along with all the 2017 Players of the Series winners and last year’s Player and Regional Players of the Year are qualified to join. In addition to the collected buy ins, the APT will add an additional USD 10,000 to the prize pool! Check out the complete list of GOC Qualifiers
For players have yet to book their accommodations, Special Player rates are available through the APT’s official travel partner PokerTourBookings.com. For more info and/or reservations, check out the APT Finale PTB booking page
Macau Billionaire Poker
Macau Billionaire Poker is situated on the top floor of the Babylon Casino within a huge circular domed ceiling room complete with blue lighting to mimic the skies and twelve pillared zodiac sculptures to showcase the Babylon style and architecture motif. The MBP room seats up to 40 tournament tables spread across the floor while cash games and games such as Baccarat, Roulette, Sic Bo, and other usual table games are offered on the ground floor. If players find themselves in need of coffee, tea, soup, or a bite to eat, there is a café/restaurant as well, the Amyitis Gourmet Restaurant. Check out the Macau Billionaire Poker’s official website
The casino itself is located on Macau Fisherman’s Wharf, one of the more upscale yet quieter areas where everyone can enjoy all the thrill of Macau without having to be in the hustle and bustle of the city. The wharf is a pedestrian mall filled with boutique shops and restaurants, all running alongside the water.
For more info, check out the APT Finale Macau Championships 2017 info page