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Grosvenor Casino, Blackpool played host to the UK Team Championship this weekend, with 33 teams of 8 players stumping up the £75+£7 buyin to create a juicy split prize pool – 264 runners generated £19,800 with 50% going to the top 3 teams with the Team Champions taking home £5,000 (2nd £3,000 and 3rd £1,900)...
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Grosvenor’s (Maybury) Casino in Edinburgh played host to the APAT Scottish Amateur Poker Championship with a sell out crowd of 150 from the first card dealt, and an Alternates List started for those unlucky enough not to beat the queue. 15,000 chips and a 45 minute clock with a slow structure starting at 25/50 allows...
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Grosvenor’s APAT Irish Amateur Poker Championship (NLHE) €100 + €20 returned for the second year running to be played alongside the International Poker Open at The Regency Hotel in Dublin over the Irish Bank Holiday weekend on 30th and 31st October. Attracting a huge field of 302 multi-national players, from Ireland, UK, France, Luxembourg, Spain,...
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APAT’s second stop of Season 10 visited Grosvenor Casino in Luton where in addition to the National Championship Medals and the European Champion title being fought over, the Champion would also walk away with an added value trip to Las Vegas in June 2017 where APAT have set their sights on the landmark location for...
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The first event of APAT’s Season 10, in partnership with Grosvenor Casinos, kicked off at Grosvenor Casino, Newcastle on Saturday 28 May with players fighting it out for not only the title and National Championship Gold Medal, but also the added value of an ‘APAT 10th Anniversary Las Vegas 2017 Package’, which has been added...
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G Casino Luton was the setting for APAT’s Coral UK Team Championship on 30th/31ST January when 240 players representing 30 teams sat down at the tables to battle it out, and having been a hive of excitement and anticipation in the run up, the spectacular new poker room fell suddenly quiet and things got serious...
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Aspers Casino, Newcastle played host this weekend for the APAT UK Amateur Poker Championship, and with over 50 players bought in 2 hours before kick-off, it was set to be a great event and didn’t disappoint with a healthy 148 entries by the end of late registration generating a prize pool of £11,100. Players sat...
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The Regency Hotel, Dublin saw no less than 13 nationalities fight it out to be crowned the APAT Irish Amateur Poker Champion.  This included a strong Irish and UK contingent joined by players from France, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Czech Republic, China, Lithuania, Sweden, Hungary and Ukraine, but it was the Dutch who ‘top ‘n’...
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134 players braved the adverse Edinburgh weather on Saturday morning 4th July and made the decision that indoors was the place to be – and to fight it out for the title of Scottish Amateur Poker Champion. Despite the traditional APAT slow structured event, it was only 90 minutes into play before Gregory Barbour’s pocket...
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Friday 29th May saw action get under way for the first stop of APAT’s Season 9 Tour at Grosvenor’s G Casino at Ricoh Arena in Coventry, and following a reduction of the field to 27 players, play resumed for Day 2 at noon on Sunday. First loss of the day was Adam Phelan when he...
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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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