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Following three days of escalated rivalry, the 2016 Boyaa Poker Tour (BPT) reached the end Oct. 24 and the Hong Kong player Brian Yip beat a field of 300 players to end up the worldwide champion of the Main Event with a prize of 560,000 HKD. This year, BPT effectively drew the consideration of numerous abroad players. Almost 70 percent of the players originated from the U.S., Germany, Italy, Poland, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Russia and Iraq. 

 
A portion of the players that went to the current year's BPT likewise gone to a year ago's BPT, because of their affectionate recollections of the competition and Boyaa Texas Hold'em Poker. All things being equal, the vast majority of the abroad players resulting in these present circumstances year's BPT were new. 
 
The 2016 BPT was more similar to a poker fair than an opposition since its bewildering 50 percent prize pool compensated portion of its members. Keeping in mind the end goal to make the competition additionally engaging, a side occasion, the Turbo Deep Stack, and the worldwide welcome occasion, the Worldwide Squad Tournament, were set to run together with the exemplary BPT Main Event. 
 
The Turbo Deep Stack pulled in 219 takes an interest. Hong Kong player Steven Siu won the title and The Mainland China group won the Worldwide Squad Tournament. 
 
"It was an amazing privilege to partake in this competition by speaking to Mainland China division and it's exceptionally significant to lead this group to win this opposition," said Yanda He, skipper of the group. 
 
On the opening service of BPT, Hong Kong-based Boyaa Interactive reported its gift of 40,000 HKD to the Macau philanthropy association, Macau Bishop Hill Children's Center, to help kids and youngsters in need. 
 
Boyaa Interactive is focused on making an expert and universal environment for all players. The 2016 BPT was the same; all members could take part in a progression of preparatory online trials and shortlisted players could get tickets to the disconnected finals in Macau. 
 
Furthermore, Boyaa Interactive welcomed a previous WSOP Main Event floor individual, Tom M. Chou, as the specialist for the opposition.
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