Over the weekend of 15-16th May 2010 APAT held the latest event in it’s fourth season, sponsored by Betfair Poker, with the Central European Amateur Poker Championships held at the Concord Card Casino in Vienna, Austria consisting of 179 runners and a €15,215 prize pool. Courtesy...

Portsmouth’s John Murray has won the Betfair APAT UK Amateur Poker Championship, played at the Victoria Casino in London. John, who beat Don Roberts heads up, took the title, Championship Cup & Gold Medal, £3,500 first prize and a seat at a GUKPT Main Event. John was...

Over the weekend of 20-21st March 2010 APAT opened it’s new and fourth season, sponsored by Betfair Poker, with the Welsh festival held at the Aspers Casino Swansea. The festival consisted of the 102 runner Welsh Amateur Poker Championship, the first leg of the APAT...

March 9th, London: The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) is delighted to announce details of the fifth season of its critically acclaimed tour for developing poker players. In partnership with 888poker, the season will contain a series of eighteen National Championship events in addition...

February 18th, London: The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) is delighted to announce details of the fourth season of its critically acclaimed tour for developing poker players. Seasonal highlights include:- New Tour Sponsor: Betfair.com will become the headline sponsor of APAT in Season 4; in a...

The APAT United Kingdom Team Championship was held at the G Casino in Manchester on January 23rd and 24th, 2010. The format saw 20 poker communities from all over the United Kingdom and Ireland compete for the prestigious title in a 10,000 chip, 160 runner, multi-table...

The 2009 APAT European Amateur Poker Championships, in association with Blue Square Poker, was held at the G Casino Luton and attracted a field of 195 players from twelve countries including Poland, Hungary and Italy. At stake was a first prize of £3,500, ranking points...

The 2009 APAT European Amateur Team Championship was held at the G Casino Luton and attracted international teams from twelve countries, each vying for the European Amateur Team title to succeed last year’s winners Ireland. The event was held over two days, with each of the...

The 2009 APAT English Amateur Poker Championship, in association with Blue Square Poker, was held at the G Casino in Bolton and attracted a sell out field of 205 players from the United Kingdom and further afield. At stake was a first prize of £3,500,...

Charles Mason from England has been crowned 2009 World Amateur Poker Champion, winning the main event of the APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) at Europe’s premier poker room Dusk Till Dawn. The WCOAP comprised three events in total with Omaha, HORSE and a Texas...

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...

England’s Paul Pitchford has won the Omaha title at the APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker, in the early hours of Friday morning.  Defeating a sold out field, Paul took the Championship Gold medal and first prize of £1,300, beating Andrew Drago heads up. The final...