• July 24, 2021

Sam Razavi Wins His Third Consecutive APT Player of the Year Title

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British poker pro Sam Razavi was the Asian Poker Tour Player of the Year in both 2012 and 2013 and has now claimed an unprecedented third consecutive POY title in 2014. Most poker player go their entire careers without winning a coveted Player of the Year title, but Sam Razavi isn’t like most poker players.
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In 2012, Razavi finished with 1,955.80 points off the back of three titles and 14 cashes, some 870.40 points ahead of his nearest rival, Sweden’s Martin Nilsson. Razavi put his prize of $8,000 worth of APT buy-ins to good use in 2013, bagging five titles and an impressive 21 in-the-money finishes to pip his fiancée, Menchu, to the POY trophy.
Fast forward to the 2014 POY standings and Razavi obliterated the opposition once again, finishing the tour with four more victories, 15 cashes and 727.30 more points than Singapore’s Feng Zhao!
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For winning yet another APT Player of the Year trophy, Razavi scoops US$8,000 worth of APT and APT Asian Series Main Event buy-ins, some of which he will likely use during the opening leg of the 2015 tour in late January.
That opening stop takes place at the All In Poker Sports Club Waterfront Hotel & Casino in Cebu between January 27 and February 4 before heading to Pasay City in the Philippines on April 14. From there, the APT heads to Cambodia (where Razavi won two titles in 2014) in May then Manila in September.
Congratulations to Razavi on his amazing achievement and good luck to him in 2015 in his quest for a fourth straight APT Player of the Year title.
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Steve Carr

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