HK$206,000 Single-Day High Roller I

Event Info

Buy-in 206,000 HKD
Premiação 12,152,000 HKD
Players 62

Informações do Nível

Nível 22
Blinds 60,000 / 120,000
Ante 20,000

Starting in 5

Action will be starting in the next five minutes. Nick Petrangelo is already registered and has his chips and Ali Reza Fatehi and Timothy Adams have just entered the poker room.

PokerStars Championship Macau HK$206,000 Single Re-Entry Shot Clock

30-second Shot Clock used at PSC Macau
30-second Shot Clock used at PSC Macau

Welcome back poker fans, to the PokerStars Championship Macau here at the luxurious City of Dreams resort. While the HK$400,000 Super High Roller may have wrapped up yesterday that does not conclude the high stakes action on offer here in Macau this week.

The HK$206,000 (~US$26,500) Single Re-Entry Shot Clock will be getting underway at 12pm local time (GMT+7) and if the numbers in the Super High Roller are anything to go by then we could well be in for a busy day. Day 1B of the PSC Main Event will also be starting at 6pm local time.

With several of the high rollers in attendance at PokerStars Championship Macau playing Day 1A of the HK$42,400 Main Event on Monday 3 April so they have a window in their schedule today, we are anticipating some decent numbers here.

High stakes regulars Sergio Aido, David Peters, Nick Petrangelo, Isaac Haxton, Sam Greenwood, Ali Reza Fatehi and Nariman Yaghmai all played yesterday and are some of the likely candidates we expect to see at the baize today.

Steve O’Dwyer will also be looking to bag himself the three-peat after emerging victorious at the PokerStars Championship Panama US$10,000 Single-Day High Roller, following that up with a victory in the PokerStars Championship Macau HK$400,000 Super High Roller.

Following the same format as the HK$400,000 Super High Roller – which attracted an impressive 88 unique entries – the tournament will feature a 30-second shot clock which activates 5-seconds into every hand.

Once this runs down players have three (30-second) time extension chips that come into play automatically once the initial 30-second clock has expired. If a player has no more time bank chips and is first to act in the hand and there has been no action then they are counted as checking automatically. If there has been action and the player has no more time bank chips once the 30-seconds Shot Clock has counted down then their hand is declared dead – unless of course, they have already acted.

Players start with 100,000 stacks and have 30-minute levels in which to use them and you can follow all the action as it happens exclusively on PokerNews so stay tuned as we bring you all the action as it happens.

Tags: David PetersIsaac HaxtonNick PetrangeloSam GreenwoodSergio AidoSteve O'Dwyer

HK$206,000 Single-Day High Roller I
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