Andrew Tracey Wins WCOAP Horse Championship

England’s Andrew Tracey has overcome a sold out field of 48 runners to win the prestigious inagural Horse event at the APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker (WCOAP), held at Europe’s premier poker room, Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham.

Andrew, beat Razz specialist Jon Woodfield in a two hour heads up battle across the five game discipline, finally closing out the Championship at 2am on Monday morning. Richard Iwaniak took the Bronze medal.

The tournament featured a who’s-who of past and present APAT Champions and the final positions were as follows:-

1 Andrew Tracey – £1,000 – Gold
2 Jon Woodfield – £600 – Silver
3 Richard Iwaniak – £400 – Bronze
4 John Paul Round – £200
5 Antony Wolsey – £200
6 Simon Auckland
7 Adam Small
8 Duncan Hodgkins

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