Richard Prew (APAT.com)

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The Amateur Poker Association & Tour held its first event in the United States with the APAT North American Amateur Championship, which was held at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas on 19th & 20th November 2011. Early play was brisk with chip leader Don Logan accounted for several opponents in the first three...
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Easter Monday saw the conclusion of the 5 day APAT WCOAP festival, 5 days which saw over 900 entries into the range of events across poker disciplines from Hold Em to HORSE and Razz. 64 players returned from the 451 starters over two days of the Main Event. The event was won by DTD regular,...
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With three APAT WCOAP events, plus a regular evening tournament place taking place, Sunday at DTD saw every table in use, in a packed club. For Day1b of the Main Event, 212 players joined the 239 who played 1a to create a 451 runner field and a £45,100 prize pool, with the event coming to...
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The third day of the five day APAT WCOAP festival saw another two bracelets awarded, and the first day one of the main event where 239 players took to the felt and by the close only 33 remained led by Scunthorpe player, Natalia Breviglieri. The chip leaders: Natalia Breviglieri 306000 Ryunosuke Mason-brown 242800 Jean-michel Ballocchi...
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On another busy day at the APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker at Dusk Till Dawn three Bracelet events were concluded. At the end of the two day World Amateur Team Championship England beat Italy in the final stage; the Heads Up matches, to secure the title. England, captained by former APAT UK Amateur Champion...
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Twenty year old Kieran Plater from Walsall has won the first bracelet event of the 2013 APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker at Dusk Till Dawn, the WCOAP Stud Championship. Kieran, the youngest player in the field, beat 42 other competitiors to take down the first prize of over £700, plus the APAT Gold Medal...
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The weekend of 26-27 May brought many of the UK’s finest amateur poker players to the G Casino in Cardiff for the sold out William Hill Welsh Amateur Poker Championship, the second stop in APAT’s sixth season.  Amongst the competing players were former APAT Player of the year Warren Jones and former APAT Welsh Amateur Champion...
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APAT held the 888poker European Amateur Championship at the Rendezvous Casino, Brighton over the weekend of 21st-22nd January. This is the final event of APAT’s successful fifth season of live events, where for a £75 buy in players receive a 10,000 starting stack and 45 minute clock two day tournament. The early chip leader was...
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The APAT United Kingdom Team Championships was held at the G Casino and featured a sold out field of twenty three teams of eight players each drawn from some of the largest UK poker communities who were once again treated to a 10,000 starting stack, 45 minute clock tournament in keeping with APAT’s aim to bring affordable deepstack...
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The centrepiece of the five day APAT WCOAP festival at Nottingham’s Dusk Till Dawn Club was the No Limit Hold’em World Amateur Poker Championship main event, which attracted 405 runners over two starting days, creating a £42,900 prize pool with a first prize of £12,900. The event was run in partnership with www.DTDPoker.com who provided...
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114 runners participated in the WCOAP Omaha Championship, the concluding event of the 2011 World Championship Of Amateur Poker festival at Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham. Players began with 10,000 chips and a 30 minute clock providing ample scope for play in this ever popular game. Chris Peers the Heads Up WCOAP made a determined...
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The final table began with three young players, Liam Batey, Liam Crawford and chip leader Daniel Partridge all holding over 250,000 chips. Short-stack Lukas Dasynski, the winner of the APAT Welsh Amateur Championship earlier in the current APAT season, was eliminated on the first hand of the final by Partridge. Portugese player Nuno Andrade, a...
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