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The 27th edition of Macau Poker Cup won by Michael Soyza

The Macau Poker Cup 27 (MPC27) came to a conclusion on Sunday, with Malaysian player Michael Christopher Soyza winning the HK$2.04 million (US$260,658) first prize in its High Roller event. Organised by online poker company PokerStars between August 25 and September 10, the MPC27 tournament was held at the PokerStars LIVE room at City of […]

The Macau Poker Cup 27 (MPC27) came to a conclusion on Sunday, with Malaysian player Michael Christopher Soyza winning the HK$2.04 million (US$260,658) first prize in its High Roller event.
Organised by online poker company PokerStars between August 25 and September 10, the MPC27 tournament was held at the PokerStars LIVE room at City of Dreams.
The High Roller event on Saturday attracted 119 players competing for a slice of a HK$8.86 million prize pool, with German player Martin Finger taking the second prize of HK$1.70 million.
On Friday, Chinese player Qiuming Qin finished first at the MCP27 Red Dragon event, winning a total of HK$3.14 million.
The five-day Red Dragon event is a minimum buy-in of HK$15,000 tournament, with PokerStars stating this year’s edition was the largest of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region, with 1,308 players competing for a share of the HK$17.1 million prize pool.

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