Saturday, 28 January 2012
Following the same principle as the European PGA Golf Tour, which is currently in Dubai, the Asian Poker Tour is venturing away from its familiar habitat this weekend.
London's Fox Poker Club is the venue for the two-day, £500+£45 buy-in event which gets under way at 3pm today. Late buy-in is available until 5.30pm. Players will get a starting stack of 20,000 chips with a 45-minute clock. Today's play will continue until 1am with the opening day survivors resuming battle at 2pm on Sunday. There will be plenty of action available for those who bust out early including ample cash action and a special £150+£10 event starting at 3pm on Sunday. For full details visit FoxPokerClub.com.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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