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World Poker Tour Japan

Main: WPT Event Package, Buy-in JPY25,000, November 23-26, 2017

18 Nov 2017 to 26 Nov 2017

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WPT, is hosting the World Poker Tour Japan located in Tokyo from 18 Nov 2017 to 26 Nov 2017.
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WPT Japan Festival Dates: November 18-26, 2017
WPT Japan Main Event Date:November 23-26, 2017

WPT Japan Main Event Buy-In: 25,000 JPY
Direct buy-ins are accessible to international players for Day 1f and Day 1g on November 23 and Day 1h on November 24.
Players who play on November 23 and fail to qualify for Day 2 may reenter to play on November 24.

WPT Japan tournaments will qualify players for the WPT Asia-Pacific Player of the Year leaderboard.

Prizes for all WPT Japan events will consist of packages to future WPT events. The WPT Japan Main Event winner will receive a package to both the Season XVII WPT Main Tour event in Beijing, plus another WPT event of their choice in the Asia-Pacific region.
#1 Main Event
1st place $10000 multi passport
2nd place $4000 multi passport
3rd-4th place $2000 multi passport
5th-6th place $1500 multi passport
7th-9th place $1000 multi passport

#2 WPT 200
1st place $4000 multi passport
2nd place $2500 multi passport
3rd place $1500 multi passport
4th place $1100 multi passport

#3 WPT Night Turbo
1st place $1000 multi passport
2nd place $500 multi passport

#4 WPT 100
1st place $4000 multi passport
2nd place $2500 multi passport
3rd place $1500 multi passport

About Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital, mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. The opulent Meiji Shinto Shrine is known for its towering gate and surrounding woods. The Imperial Palace sits amid large public gardens. The city’s many museums offer exhibits ranging from classical art (in the Tokyo National Museum) to a reconstructed kabuki theater (in the Edo-Tokyo Museum). It is more than just a poker tour. Travel Guide here.
Please visit the host country’s consular or embassy websites for further details.

For events inquiries, please email to cathy.zhao@wpt.com.