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The Benelux Amateur Poker Championship, which was also the Grand Final of the local APAT Belgian Tour, really was GRAND. Players all over Belgium and Holland showed up for a big weekend of events, culminating in 605 entries for the Main Event and almost 500 more in 3 Side Events! Because of the growing success...
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The Casino de Spa hosted the very first APAT Benelux Championship, where the event also marked the Grand Final of the highly supported inaugural season of the APAT Belgian Amateur Poker Tour. With the classic €110 Main Event and no less than 9 Side Events, the 6-day festival was a feast for the recreational player!...
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Playing poker for 6 months…that is all the experience Massimo Di Perri needed to win a national APAT Championship! With an amazing performance he absolutely dominated the final stages of the Main Event en route to a €6.397 payday in his first ever casino tournament! With 317 players entering the Main Event of the Belgian...
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Day 9 of the World Championship of Amateur Poker proved memorable for long term APAT favourite Don Roberts, who took his first title, winning gold in event #19 HORSE Championship.  Roberts, who had taken the silver medal in event #9 Stud Championship earlier in the week, showed incredible prowess across five poker disciplines to best a sold...
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After the success of the very first Belgian APAT event back in September, 2015 promises to be bigger and grander with no less than four APAT weekends on the calendar. The tournament series, dubbed the APAT Belgian Amateur Poker Tour, kicked off in the beautiful ‘Casino de Spa’ last Friday with a Belgian premier: the...
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Over the weekend of 10th & 11th January, APAT continued their trendsetting performance with a successful Coral Irish Amateur Poker Championship taking place at Bewley’s Hotel, Dublin, in conjunction with LS Promotions. This was the first APAT championship where the main event was played in a Pot Limit Omaha discipline and an experienced field of 73...
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From 19 to 21 September, the Casino de Namur hosted the very first APAT Belgian Amateur Poker Championship. With 271 players, from 18 different countries, the Main Event saw one of the biggest player fields in a debut APAT event. This created a €6,000 first prize, along with the coveted APAT Gold medal and a...
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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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The APAT 2014 World Championship Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) came to a thrilling conclusion on Monday when the Heads-Up event and the Main Event crowned their champions. Pak To is the new APAT Heads-Up World Champion, with Tristan Chaplin becoming the new World Champion. 2014 WCOAP: Main Event – Tristan Chaplin Is the APAT World...
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It was another busy day at the Aspers Stratford Westfield casino as the APAT 2014 World Championship Of Amateur (WCOAP) continued its march towards a final. Two more champions were crowned and the Main Event saw its second and final starting flight written into the history book. Keep reading for an insight into what went...
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Good Friday turned out to be a great day of poker at the Aspers Stratford Westfield as the 2014 APAT World Championship Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) continued to draw in big crowds. Three events wrapped up on Friday night – some in the early hours of Saturday morning – namely the Team Championship, the Shootout...
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The APAT 2014 World Championship Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) continued on Thursday with another two superbly structured tournaments, namely the Antes-Only and the H.O.R.S.E events. As the name suggests, the Antes-Only event featured a structure that was void of blinds. Instead, the compulsory antes increased, as did the bring-in. The lack of binds crated some...
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