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China’s Yue Feng Pan has won the Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon after beating his fellow countryman Shao Po Liu in heads-up action. [Image Credit: PokerNews] The Macau Poker Cup 23 (MPC23) Red

About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators The Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon Main Event was held at the new PokerStars LIVE Macau at the City of Dreams and featured a record 891 players vying to get the lion’s share of the HK$8,746,412 ($1 Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon Main Event draws another huge live tournament field as China’s Zhenru Xie overcomes the Australian Mathew Ryan in heads-up action on his way to a HK$1,667,000 pay day. The City of Dreams is hosting PokerStars’ Macau Poker Cup, and the turnout has been far greater than expected. While it’s had to compete with the Aussie Millions schedule for press time, it has

The Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon kicked off today at PokerStars LIVE at the City of Dreams in Macau with a healthy field of 131 players taking their seat for the HK$11,000 Main Event. Despite a Level 8 typhoon raging around the

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The seventeen day poker festival includes 24 Official Asia Player of the Year (APOY) events and features the legendary Red Dragon Main Event - a HK$15,000 buy-in tournament which comes with a massive HK$10,000,000 guaranteed prize pool. 2011 Macau Poker Cup No-Limit Hold'em -- Red Dragon Event Poker tournament event info, including schedule, blind structure, and payout structure


2009 Macau Poker Cup - Red Dragon - Event 5 - Poker tournament results, including winners and their payouts and winnings. Macau (MNA) – Chinese player Alvan Zheng has won this year’s Macau Poker Cup Red Dragon Main Event. The 29-year old Chinese player from Guangzhou took home a HK$3.05 million (US$$390,692) prize plus a PokerStars Players NL Hold’em Championship (PSPC) Platinum Pass worth an additional US$30,000, and that will provide him with a chance to compete in a tournament held in the Bahamas between