The Asian Poker Tour returns to the island of Jeju this time with a main event buy-in of $2,700 and looks set to attract not only top players from the region but also some familiar names from the international poker scene…
Leading the way is Sam Razavi who is the 2012 APT Player of the Year and currently leads the 2013 APT POY standings after a good run during the recently held Asian Poker Tour Macau. Next to Sam on the APT POY current standings is Tetsuya Tsuchikawa who has confirmed his attendance together with approximately 20 other leading Japanese poker players.
Making a comeback to the APT felt is Steve Sung, a regular face at all APT event in 2008 and 2009. And last but not the least is Johnny Chan who has already won 10 WSOP bracelets including back-to-back wins in the Main Event. He’s been making his rounds on the Asian poker and is looking for his first win at an APT event.
The Asian Poker Tour Korea 2013 will be held from August 18th to the 23rd at the Ramada Plaza Casino, Jeju. In addition, players can avail of special discounted APT hotel rates throughout the event. For more info, check out the APT Korea hotel booking page.