PokerStars Macau announced a slight scheduling change last night to their 2012 tournament calendar. The Macau Poker Cup: Red Dragon July edition has now been moved back to August 11-20, 2012, pending DICJ approval. The event will follow the June 9-18 running of the MPC: Red Dragon, which will herald PokerStars Macau’s return to the Grand Waldo Entertainment Complex and be headlined by the HKD $11,000 buy-in Red Dragon Main Event.
PokerStars Macau 2012 Schedule (HKD$)
Jun 9-18: MPC: Red Dragon – $11,000 Red Dragon Main Event ($3,000,000 Guarantee)
Aug 11-20: MPC: Red Dragon – $11,000 Red Dragon Main Event ($3,000,000 Guarantee)
Sep7-16: Macau Poker Cup Championship 2012 – $20,000 Main Event ($4,500,000 Guarantee)
Oct 26-Nov 11: APPT: Asia Championship of Poker (ACOP) – $100,000 Main Event ($10,000,000 Guarantee)
For more information head to the PokerStars Macau website.
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