Next month will see poker players from around Asia gather in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands to be able to get involved in a brand new tournament being coordinated by the All Japan Poker Championship (AJPC).
Based on a official Tuesday press launch released by European Gambling Media and Events, the inaugural Saipan prevent of its Asian Circuit is due to be held from February 13 to 17 inside the Imperial Palace Saipan integrated casino resort with a range of side events and cash games as well as a $2,000 buy-in main event.
Sasaki Yasuhiro, Chairman for the AJPC, stated that his company is the largest operator of all poker tournaments at Japan and intends to sponsor 2019 events in South Korea and Taiwan whilst bringing fresh championships ‘into other Asian cities’ in hopes of getting the giant continent’s ‘number-one poker tour. ’ He additionally announced that the upcoming Saipan end of his group’s Asian Circuit is expected to draw huge numbers of competitions from each one these aforementioned nations alongside numerous compatriots from China.
Yasuhiro’s announcement read…
“The AJPC Asian Circuit is the secretary of Japan’s first international poker event. The Asian Circuit has been a success as well as being the first in Japan to maintain an global event in Taiwan. In 2019, we plan to maintain the AJPC Asian Circuit at Saipan since the first Japan-based tournament to be held on the island. We will continue to build our new through launch tournaments in new and exciting destinations.
Hotel delays continue:
Operated by Hong Kong-recorded Imperial Pacific International Holdings Limited, the Imperial Palace Saipan started inviting guests to enjoy a range of several 350 slots and 200 gaming tables at July of 2017. The massive venue is moreover in process of constructing a 350-room resort though numerous delays have seen the opening date for this part of the property continually pushed back meaning that guests will now not have the ability to keep over before in 2022.