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Sihanoukille, Poipet to host int’l poker events

A person competes in a poker tournament at a Sihanoukville casino in 2014.
A person competes in a poker tournament at a Sihanoukville casino in 2014. Eddie Morton

Sihanoukille, Poipet to host int’l poker events

The World Poker Tour (WPT), a group founded in the US and which organises international poker tournaments, has announced that it will host two events in Cambodia around New Year, the organisation said last week.

The WPT National Thailand tournament will take place at the Holiday Palace Casino and Resort in Poipet in late December with a $1,100 buy-in.

The National Cambodia tournament will be held at Queenco Hotel and Casino in Sihanoukville in early January with a buy-in of $1,485.

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