The WPT Ambassadors Andrew Neeme and Brad Owen are getting ready

To bring back one of their well-known Meet-Up Games (MUG) for the upcoming WPT Prime Cambodia festival. Neeme and Owen’s eagerly anticipated Meet-Up Game has been scheduled for March 15, and WPT Prime returns to the NagaWorld Integrated Resort in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from March 9 to 21.

The most recent Meet-Up Game begins on March 15 at 1:00 p.m. local time. Neeme and Owen will play at least 12 tables of $1/$3 and $2/$5 No-Limit Hold’em cash games at the five-star hotel and luxury casino, giving cash game players and viewers of their vlogs a chance to meet them. From 8:30 to 11:30 p.m., Neeme and Owen will host a meet and greet with free food and drinks following the cash game.

In 2022, Neeme was traveling through Southeast Asia when the WPT Prime tour made a pit stop in Cambodia.

“I had the pleasure of traveling to Cambodia the previous year, and the trip was an unforgettable one filled with delicious food, wonderful people, and excellent poker. I am delighted to have the chance to return and am eager to play the Meet-Up Game once more.”

Last year, Owen was not in Cambodia. In fact, the well-known professional will play poker for the first time in the Asian nation in March.

“I really wanted to go to Cambodia after hearing about Andrew’s time there. I couldn’t let him have all the fun, I couldn’t! I’m excited to play tournament poker for the first time in Cambodia, and the MUG is going to be great.”

The MUG takes place one day before the WPT Prime Cambodia Main Event

A five-day event with a $1,100 buy-in and a guaranteed $500,000 prize pool. It is probable the assurance will be destroyed, at any rate assuming that the 2022 version of the WPT Prime Cambodia Headliner is anything to go by.

A total of 1,050 players joined in August 2022, contributing to a prize pool of $1,008,100. In the 2022 WPT Prime Cambodia Main Event, Philippines player David Erquiaga won $137,008 and a $10,400 ticket to the WPT World Championship at the Wynn Las Vegas. The high-volume professional defeated Taiwan’s Chi Je Chu head-to-head, awarding the runner-up a consolation prize of $120,980. Junnie Pamplona took home $106,482, the other six-figure prize in the Main Event.

You can still try to get into the $110 Passport Qualifiers, which take place every Saturday at 2:00 p.m. ET and again at 6:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, even though it is too late to win a seat or package to WPT Prime Cambodia online at WPT Global.

Every WPT Global player has a chance to win a live poker package that could change their life, and satellites for the $110 Passport Qualifiers start at just $5.

WPT Global has a long history of fulfilling poker players’ fantasies

Stephen Kehoe and LoriAnn Persinger won tickets to the record-breaking WPT World Championship that took place in Las Vegas the year before. Both players made the money. Persinger at last gathered $119,000 for her 30th spot finish, while Kehoe got back with $269,900 subsequent to seeing his competition end in a fourteenth spot finish.

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