After an already historic year for the Asian Poker Tour, the APT is proud to announce further enhancements for our events starting in 2013…
First, all APT events will now run for eight days. That’s an additional day from the previous 7-day events in the past. Furthermore, the Heads Up event will be a regular part of the schedule together with Pot Limit Omaha as long it is allowed at that particular stop. This means more tournaments for players.
While the focal point of each stop – the Main Event will include a Day 3 before the ‘Final Table of Eight’. In addition, the starting stack will now be 20,000 with the same popular tournament structure with registration extended up to the fourth level.
New Year, New APT Player of the Year
“Get Immortalized by becoming the APT Player of the Year!”
After crowning Samad Razavi for his solid performance, the race is now on for 2013 APT Player of the Year. The APT Player of the Year will receive US$ 8,000 worth of 2014 APT Tournament Entries while second and third place will receive an APT Main Event seat worth up to US$ 2,700 and APT Asian Series Main Event Seat worth up to US$ 1,100 respectively. Check out the 2013 APT Player of the Year Qualifications
2013 First Quarter Storm
The APT looks to start off the year with its third return to the Philippines’ Queen City of the South – APT Asian Series Cebu from January 23rd to the 30th. Then followed by a new addition to the APT Calendar – the APT Asian Series Jeju from February 27th to March 6th. More events will be announced as they are confirmed and will be posted on the website. Check out the APT Event Calendar