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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 latest stop on APATs Season 10 tour saw the circus head to Grosvenor Casino on Atlantic Wharf in Cardiff. 173 players took to the felt for the 3 day event. Several APAT regulars, Cardiff Grosvenor regulars and players new and old were amongst those taking part. A lively day 1a table featuring APAT regulars...
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Saturday 28th March was the first of two Day 1s for the WCOAP Main Event, with a sell out affair with 155 sitting down at the beginning of the event and the cap of 200 being hit with time to spare in the 3 hour late registration period. Play was fairly standard, 13 levels were...
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The WCOAP PLO Championship was another sell out field with the event capping at 96 players. 9 players made it to the final table: Philip Heinze 383k Jolijn Vandersmisson 262k Dorina Clocan 137k Richard Edwards 135k Millen Ivanov 128k Metodi Shopov 125k Matt Carter 98k Richard Breen 98k Stefan Roder 74k Millan Ivanov was the...
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WCOAP 2016, DAY 1: Italy’s Dorina Clocan has won the first bracelet of the 2016 World Championship of Amateur Poker. Clocan; partner of three times bracelet winner Gabriel Iemmito, struck Gold in event #3 Shootout, the first to complete on day one of this year’s WCOAP. Elsewhere, Ibraham ‘JJ’ Abashei took a bracelet in event...
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WCOAP 2016, DAY 4: Attracting an excited field for 7-card Stud, they were slowly reduced to a Final Table 8 when in Level 12 with an Ante/Bring In of 500 with limits 1500/3000 Kev O’Hanlon 90k Rikky Wingate 37k Ananda Maharjah 8.5k Vince Eley 22k Warren Coleman 35.5k Stefan Roder 12k Alex Polnarev 68k Jonathan...
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The much talked about WCOAP HORSE attracted 38 players who were reduced to a Final Table of 8 after circa 7 hours play: 55k Andrew Murrie 51k Richard Breen 50k John Kent 38k Jozsef Erdos 33k Antony Price 26k Edward Jackson-Spivack 25k Jonathan Dugdall 16k Chris Webber and after the elimination of Richard Breen in...
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The WCOAP High Roller was a sell out event with the 96 player cap being hit almost before the event began, with a healthy Alternates list quickly established. Day 1 was active and only 15 players returning for the final day, when it was swiftly cut to a final table of 9: Denas Benevicius 460k...
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9 Countries of 4 players each were represented at the International Team Championship during WCOAP 2016 – with one heck of a lot of noise! This year’s team event was an enthusiastic and passionate affair, with Scots arriving draped in the Scottish flag and sporting kilts, and with the Irish with their hair bows and...
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In addition to the WCOAP Main Event concluding on the final day, the WCOAP also played host to the Irish Championship, Heads Up Championship and the Cash Tournament Championship. Irish Championship: 1st Jason Cooper £1,135, Gold Medal, WCOAP Bracelet 2nd Ian Thompson £785, Silver Medal 3rd Neville Scott £505, Bronze Medal 4th Jenny Sherman £375...
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144 players sat down to the WCOAP Six Max on Thusday 24th March at Aspers Casino, with the original cap of 120 set for this event able to be extended to please the players waiting on the Alternates list. Final table of 7: Luke Evans 380k Marius Wouters 361k Tristan Chaplin 237.5k Daniel Villarroel-Hanley 226.5k...
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