The 2009 APAT Scottish Amateur Poker Championship; in association with Blue Square, was held at the Gala Maybury Casino in Edinburgh and attracted a sell out field of 130 players from the United Kingdom and further afield. Included amongst the runners were seven past APAT National...

Last weekend the (Amateur Poker Association and Tour) APAT hosted the APAT Irish Amateur Poker Championships at the Fitzwilliam Club in Dublin. As always it was a £75 buy-in event with a generous 10,000 starting stack and slow structure, and once again it was a...

The APAT Welsh Amateur Poker Championships held at the Grosvenor Casino Cardiff was the second event of APAT’s third season, once again sponsored by Blue Square. Seats for the 160 player strong event sold out within minutes, confirming APAT’s popularity and highlighting the attraction of...

The APAT UK Amateur Poker Championships held at the Grosvenor Casino Walsall was the first event of APAT's third season and was once again sponsored by BlueSquare.com. Seats for the 200 player strong event sold out within minutes confirming APAT's popularity and highlighting the attraction of...

The Amateur Poker Association & Tour is delighted to announce details for Season Three of its critically acclaimed tour for amateur players. The tour will continue to be sponsored by Blue Square and will now include an Online National Championship series and National League, in addition...

The APAT Poker Association & Tour concluded it's highly successful second season with the European Team Championship, held at the Grosvenor Casino, Brighton on 1st-2nd November. The event featured eight national teams of four players from England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Netherlands, France, Germany and Hungary with...

The APAT Poker Association & Tour held the inaugural Masters Pro-Am at the G Casino Luton on 4th-5th October. The event had 78 entries, the majority new to APAT tournaments, paying £300 each for a registration fee free tournament. This was the first APAT event...

The APAT Poker Association & Tour held the World Championship of Amateur Poker at the Grosvenor Victoria Casino in London from August 27th to 31st. The week consisted of four championships in Pot Limit Omaha, Seven Card Stud and Razz before the No Limit World...

The APAT Poker Association & Tour held the inaugural United Kingdom Team Championship in the G Casino Blackpool on 19th & 20th July. The event had 200 entries, in teams of ten drawn from 20 UK poker communities with a £50 buy-in per person. Supporting...

The APAT Poker Association and Tour held the sixth event in the second season of its acclaimed Tour, the Irish Amateur Poker Championship in Dublin's Fitzwilliam Club, on 14th & 15th June. The event had 140 entries, who qualified by online satellites, APAT's regional championships...

The APAT Poker Association & Tour held the fifth event in the second season of its acclaimed Tour, the Scottish Amateur Poker Championship in Edinburgh's Gala Maybury Casino, on 3rd-4th May. The event had 132 entries, who qualified by online satellites, APAT's regional championships and...

The APAT Poker Association & Tour held the fourth event of its second season, the European Amateur Poker Championship in Vienna's Poker Royale Casino, on 22nd-23rd March. The event represented APAT's first event outside the UK, and attracted a significant number of new player's into...