Unfortunately, we have to quickly let you know about how the new GDRP rules will affect APAT players. Basically: If you want to take part in APAT leaderboard competitions – Player of the Season, Player of the WCOAP Series, or APAT All Stars (all time rankings) – then you must give us permission to list...
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Like  Tweet APAT WCOAP – 33 bracelet events – 9 days – 1 venue APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker Super Sunday Satellites Here we go again! APAT are running two more of our Super Sunday Satellites this week: Both satellites start at 8pm – the first is a £30 Freezeout, with 3 x £110...
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APAT WCOAP – 33 bracelet events – 9 days – 1 venue APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker, Grosvenor Cashino, Manchester, 31st March to 8th April Following the incredible APAT Team Championship event at Blackpool over the weekend, it’s time to look forward to our next big event, the World Championship of Amateur Poker. Taking...
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The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) in partnership with Coral Poker, are proud to announce details of the 2016 World Championship of Amateur Poker (WCOAP). The eighth edition of the WCOAP will take place at Aspers Casino in Stratford, London, between March 19th and 28th (Easter Monday) and offer 22 bracelet events across a...
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Congratulations to former APAT main event winner Niall Farrell, who has just won the main event of the Malta leg of the European Poker Tour.  The Scot went one better than APAT Pro League winner Steve Warburton, who finished runner up at the previous leg of the EPT in Barcelona last month. Farrell; who took...
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Congratulations to Steve Warburton for his runner up finish to John Juanda at the EPT Barcelona main event yesterday, winning €941k for his efforts. Steve is no stranger to APAT having competed in the APAT Pro League in season four, where he finished fourth in the Luton leg before taking a bronze medal in the...
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May 3rd 2015, London:  The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) is delighted to announce details for Season 9 of its popular tour for recreational poker players. Seasonal highlights include: Non-standard poker variants included in National Tour dates:   The year-on-year success of the WCOAP, with its huge variety of poker events, has given rise...
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The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) have today announced details of the seventh annual World Championship of Amateur Poker (WCOAP). The blue ribboned festival in APAT’s annual schedule will take place at Aspers Casino in Stratford, London over a ten day period between March 28th and April 6th, 2015.  Featuring twenty bracelet events, the WCOAP will perhaps offer...
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The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) is delighted to announce details for Season 8 of its critically acclaimed tour for developing poker players. Seasonal highlights include:- Pot Limit Omaha first  The two day Irish Amateur Poker Championship will be played in the Pot Limit Omaha format, a first for APAT. In another first, the...
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London, May 16th, 2013  The Amateur Poker Association & Tour has today announced that it has acquired one of the UK’s leading pub poker chains; the Live Pub Poker League, in a deal designed to offer high quality poker experiences to amateur players of all levels. APAT Managing Director, Des Duffy, explains “APAT is synonymous...
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The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) are pleased to announce it’s support for the upcoming UK Deaf Poker Main Event to be held at Star City, Birmingham on 15th June 2013. The winner of this annual event will receive entry into the National Main Event of their choice for upcoming APAT Season Seven. Alongside...
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A crowd of over 200 people watched the presentation of APAT’s Annual Awards at Dusk Till Dawn last night. Popular member and travel guru Paul Davis was inducted into the ‘Hall of Fame’ for his service to APAT and its community. Elsewhere, double National Amateur Champion Carl Pilgrim won the ‘Play of the Year’ award,...
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