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Adda52.com, India's largest poker site, is rolling out 'Your Ticket to World Poker Tour®- Cambodia edition', thanks to the remarkable success of World Poker Tour® events in the U.K., Las Vegas, Rozvadov and China Edition. Launched in April 2016 with an inaugural 'satellite' promotion - 'Your Gateway to World Poker Tour - U.K.', the poker site is once again presenting Indian poker players an opportunity to compete at a World Poker Tour event.
WPT National Cambodia, which starts from Jan 2 at the Queenco Hotel and Casino, culminates with the USD 1,485 main event that starts on Jan 6.
Players at Adda52 can win their way into the main event by playing online satellites. The online satellites will run daily at Adda52.com, starting at a very low buy-in of Rs. 300, from Nov 27 to Dec 25.
Indian poker players can qualify for WPT National Cambodia by participating in three levels of satellite events running on Adda52.com. Package Satellites (Buy-in: Rs. 7500) will run every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 PM from Dec 03 to Dec 25 and bring a Rs. 1.7 lakh package all inclusive of Entry Ticket to WPT National Cambodia Main Event, to and fro flight tickets up to Rs. 40,000 and hotel accommodation up to Rs. 30,000. One can play the step satellites with a nominal buy-in of Rs 300 starting Nov 27 at 11 PM to win a ticket to Package Satellite. Furthermore, players can also play the Rs. 750 buy-in deadline satellites at 7 PM and 9 PM on the same day of package satellites to win their seat for it.
"With our maturing relationship with the World Poker Tour, we look forward to host more satellite events providing Indian players an opportunity to showcase their poker skills in the international arena," said Anuj Gupta, Founder and CEO of Adda52.com.
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