If you’ve ever wanted to jet set to the bright lights of Macau then all you need to know is three little letters. PKR.
This November will see the Asian Poker Tour return to the preeminent place for poker in Asia as it takes its tournament series to Macau.
For as little as $2.01, by playing on PKR, you can win your way to this great tournament and secure yourself a chance at taking home a massive payday!
Every day satellites will be run in a three-stage format, with direct buy-ins to any stage available. Stage 1 qualifiers start at $2.01, with 1 in 5 winning a seat in the $11.88 Stage 2 tournament. 1 of 5 winners of the stage 2 will be playing in the $54 stage 3 tournaments which will give you a spot in the $250 grand final tournament on the 24th of October.
The grand final tournament will be a massive event which will give 1 in 26 a shot at a $6,500 prize package which includes:
- APT Macau Main Event tournament entry: valued at $4,500
- Expenses to the value of $2,000
Held from November 6 to November 14, the event is one of the biggest on the poker calendar and one of the most prestigious tournaments in Asia. Macau is a location which has always managed to draw star-studded fields and this event will be no exception.
This year’s event is being hosted at the exclusive ‘City of Dreams’ resort, the newest place-to-be entertainment resort in Macau. The event is expected to draw record numbers so 2010 is the year to do everything you can to get over there and take your shot!
If last year is anything to go by, PKR is definitely the place to be for APT promotions. Their very own player Adrian ‘zlatan35” Allain won his seat through a $5 satellite on PKR this time last year, and turned it into a huge $390,000 payday!
As if this great APT Macau promotion wasn’t enough incentive, don’t forget when you download PKR through PokerNetwork you can enjoy a massive 100% first deposit bonus up to $800. Just use the bonus code PNET800, deposit and start playing. What better time to play on PKR than now, when you could find yourself sitting at the felt in Macau, well on your way to an APT title and a six-figure score to go along with it.