The APAT Poker Association & Tour (APAT) held the third event of its second season, the Welsh Amateur Poker Championship in Cardiff's Grosvenor Casino, on 12th-13th January. The event had 190 entries plus alternates, who qualified by high finishes in the last round of APAT Regional...

The APAT Poker Association & Tour (APAT) held the second event of its second season, the UK Amateur Poker Championship in Manchester's G Casino, on 8th-9th December. The event had 200 entries plus alternates, who qualified by high finishes in the last round of APAT...

The APAT Poker Association & Tour held the first event of its second season, the English Amateur Poker Championship in Walsall's Grosvenor Casino, on 3rd-4th November. The event had 200 entries plus alternates, who qualified by high finishes in the first round of APAT Regional...

The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) held its sixth event in its first season live series, the European Amateur Poker Championship in Luton's new and sumptuous G Casino, on 25th-27th August. The event had 300 entries split over two starting days, the biggest ever...

With close to 70 live tournaments and 50 online, APAT is delighted to announce details for Season Two of its critically acclaimed tour. With a new tour sponsor and the addition of a Regional Championship series, extended National Championship series, World Amateur Championship Festival and inaugural...

The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) held the fifth event in its first season live series, the Irish Amateur Poker Championship in Dublin, on 2nd-3rd June. The event had 150 entries, who qualified by a mix of live and online satellites and member draw....

The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) held the fourth event in its first season, the Scottish Amateur Poker Championship in Edinburgh, over the weekend of 14th-15th April.   The event was sold out to a capacity of 130 entries, who qualified by a mix of live...

The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) held the third event in its first series of live tour events, the Welsh Amateur Poker Championship in Cardiff, over the weekend of 24th-25th February. The event was a very rapid sell out to a capacity of 220 runners...

The second event in APAT’s first season of live events took place over the first weekend in December in the sumptuous Aspers casino in Newcastle. The UK Amateur Poker Championship attracted a sell–out 210 runners paying £75 for entry and competing not only for prize money,...

The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT ) held the first live event, the English Amateur Poker Championship, of its first season at the sumptuous Broadway casino in Birmingham over the weekend of the 23rd-24th September. Significantly oversubscribed, the event was full to the venue's...

London, August 1, 2006 – Amateur Poker Limited, in association with PokerStars.com and PokerPlayer Magazine, today announced the formation of the Amateur Poker Association & Tour (the “APAT”).   APAT is the world’s first combined Poker Association and Tour, and will hold its inaugural live event, the...

The Coral European Amateur Poker Championship will take place at the G Casino, Coventry (Ricoh Arena) over the weekend of February 7th & 8th, 2015. The event will be a two day No Limit Hold'em Championship event, where players will start with 15,000 chips on a 45...