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DafaPoker, APT Continue Powerhouse Partnership

Posted at 17:54 2011-03-16

After running a number of successful tournaments in Manila and Macau from 2008 to 2010, the Asian Poker Tour (APT) is heading back to the luxurious Resorts World Manila for the fourth APT Philippines!

The APT’s biggest event, loaded with 11 side events and multiple satellites, will take place from March 28 to April 3, 2011. The buy-in for the much-anticipated APT Philippines 2011 Main Event, which is expected to be attended by around 300 participants, is set at US$2,500 + $200.

Dafa Poker, APT’s constant partner in bringing world-class poker experience to players and enthusiasts in both Manila and Macau, is once again leading its best players to the Pearl of the Orient for another round of exciting poker action through satellite events to the Asian Poker Tour Philippines 2011!

Asia’s number one online casino and poker room leaps back to what has already been its tradition of giving away APT packages to satellite winners. The US$5,400-valued package for the 7th instalment of the Asian Poker Tour includes:

  • US $2,500 + $200 buy-in to the Main Event on March 30th - April 3rd (qualifiers will play Day 1B – March 31st, 2011)
  • US $675 for 5 nights accommodation at the Manila Marriot Hotel from the 30th of March up until the 4th of April, 2011
  • US $80 for registration fees
  • Up to US $1,945 for flights and spending (depending on currency exchange rates)

Those wanting to fast track their way into the APT Main Event through DafaPoker may opt to qualify through the weekly super satellites held at 19:00 on Saturdays. Buy-in for DafaPoker’s weekly super satellites is set at $200+$15.

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Click here (http://www.dafapoker.com/poker-tournaments/apt-philippines-2011.html) to view the complete schedule of the satellites.

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