The 28th edition of the Macau Poker Cup is presently underway, and Indian competitors have already made headway at the City of Dreams. The festival began on January 26 and is scheduled to run until February 11 featuring 31 thrilling poker events with buy-ins ranging from HK$500 to HK$100,000.
To kick things off, Indian challengers have already recorded two final table finishes. First, Nathan Rao slotted in fifth in the HK$500 Flipout (Re-entry) event for HK$3,900. This was followed up by Neeraj Kumar’s ninth place finish in the HK$5,000 Knockout event for HK$10,200.
India’s most notable and successful poker pro Aditya Agarwal is set to touch down in the city of Macau, and will be eyeing to make a significant impact in the Asian Tournament.
Following the success in the Macau Poker Cup, a score of notable Indian poker pros have set sail to the Philippines to participate in the ongoing Asia Poker League.
The Red Dragon Main Event is gearing up to a climactic finish.
The 28th edition of the Macau Poker Cup is presently underway, and Indian competitors have already made headway at the City of Dreams.