The much awaited announcement about the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Taipei 2024 Main Event is finally here. The marquee tournament will feature a $2 Million GTD (TWD 65 Million). The Asian poker series which is among the most popular live events in the continent has put an attractive guarantee on offer for players to come forward and participate in large numbers.
This event comes after a highly successful 2023 which the live poker brand ended on a high note. The upcoming series will kick-start on 28th February and end on 12th March 2024.
Asian Poker Tour in partnership with @ClubCtp is pleased to announce #APTTaipei2024, running February 28 to March 10, 2024, with a TWD 65 million (~USD 2 million) Main Event guarantee! https://t.co/arlPdnYcs0 pic.twitter.com/wmMjBKXKDd
— Asian Poker Tour (@AsianPokerTour) January 18, 2024
The Main Event of APT Taipei 2024 will run from 3rd to 9th March with the heftiest prize pool offered from the Taipei 2024 stop. The venue for the highly anticipated live series is the luxurious Asia Poker Arena which was home to previous APT events as well.
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The APT calendar for 2024 looks very promising as the year begins with a series with heavy-duty prize pools in Taipei. The next stops for APT will be announced soon and Gutshot Magazine will be updating its readers about the same.
More details on APT Taipei 2024 will be revealed soon by the live poker brand in the coming days. Players can expect satellites, packages and more attractive promotions around APT Taipei 2024.
Previously, Thai poker pro Punnat Punsri had shipped the coveted Main Event title at APT Taipei 2023 which ran from 28th April to 7th May. He took home a pay cheque of TWD 831,060. Another winner at the series was Natural8 ambassador Wongwichit Phachara who had nailed the High Roller tournament for a payday of TWD 4,800,900.
When it comes to Indian pro grinding at APT tournaments, we can expect some well-known pros to mark their attendance at the Taipei stop in February. APT events and other live poker series in the continent have been witnessing an increased footfall from Indian players.
It won’t be surprising to see an Indian player shipping the coveted Main Event and many others ship tournaments at the upcoming event.
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