PAUL PHUA - POKER PLAYER MALAYSIA
Phua is perhaps best known within the global poker community for co-founding the Triton Series with his business partner Richard Yong. In 2006, he collaborated with Steve Wynn to establish the opulent hotel and casino resort Wynn Macau. In addition, Paul collaborated with some of the largest names in poker to establish the poker education website Paul Phua Poker.
With the assistance of champions such as Tom Dwan and Phil Ivey, Paul provides new and experienced poker players with a wealth of performance-enhancing strategies. These accomplishments have helped Paul establish a legendary status in the betting world.
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POKER LIFE, POKER GAME
Paul Phua became interested in playing poker professionally after years of observing wealthy gamblers at Macau’s poker tables. His business endeavours were fruitful.
Paul’s connections with casinos in this city made it simple for him to remain among these gamblers and attempt his hand at POKER GAME. In the early 2010s, when Tom Dwan, Phil Ivey, Chau Giang, Patrik Antonius, and John Juanda were all relocating from Las Vegas to Macau to participate in high-stakes games, he began playing poker recreationally for the first time. Paul learned all the tricks and strategies he required to become a successful poker player while playing with these seasoned pros.
Paul got off to a successful start by winning $1.6 million at the Aspers 100K High Rollers event in London. Throughout the subsequent years, he continued to perform admirably while gradually acquiring valuable experience. Paul’s business achievements and professional poker accomplishments both flourished in 2016. Although he had performed well in various competitions over the previous years, he garnered widespread recognition in 2016 after winning over $800,000 at The Monte Carlo One Drop Extravaganza.
In the same year, he once again collaborated with Richard Yong to create the Triton High Roller Series. Phua had another prosperous year in 2019 and won millions in prize money.