Poker Portal Asia is pleased to announce that it has entered into an exclusive agreement with Asian Poker Tour (APT) Tournament Director Lloyd Fontillas to offer its readers his expert opinion on tournament poker and its rules and regulations.
Readers will be able to take advantage of Fontillas’ years of experience as a tournament director through posting their questions on tournament rulings via the Poker Portal Asia Forum. Fontillas will endeavour to answer these questions in an open format and invite other viewers to post their comments as well.
“Being in Asia on the front end of the poker boom, it’s such an honour to be asked questions by different poker players from all over the world about tournament rulings. And Poker Portal Asia is the perfect vehicle for sharing my knowledge of tournament rules with players,” commented Fontillas.
Poker Portal Asia Editor-in-Chief Adam Smith welcomed Fontillas, saying, “Lloyd Fontillas is a true professional on the tournament floor and I’m sure he’ll be a great asset to Poker Portal Asia’s readers. There’s no doubt they will benefit greatly from having his expertise on hand, particularly if they have been on the rough end of a ruling in the past.”
Readers can head to Poker Portal Asia’s Forum to view Fontillas’ threads and are invited to become a free member of the forum to post their own questions or comments.
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