Grant Spiers Wins Scottish Amateur Poker Championship

  • APAT
  • Blog
  • Live
  • Grant Spiers Wins Scottish Amateur Poker Championship

In the late hours of last night, APAT Scottish International Grant Spiers took down the prestigious 888poker Scottish Amateur Poker Championship, beating James Kearns heads up for the title, Championship Cup, Gold Medal and £3,095 first prize.  Spiers will also represent APAT in a UKIPT professional event as part of his prize for winning the Scottish title.

As one of 24 players who made it through to day two, Spiers played aggressively throughout to beat his Glasgow Poker Club colleague Jamie Kearns heads up, with Martin Turner taking Bronze.

A full tournament report will appear here later in the day, but in the interim the final result from Glasgow was as follows:-

1st  – Grant Spiers – £3,095
2nd – Jamie Kearns – £1,965
3rd – Martin Turner – £1,176
4th – John Bannerman – £786
5th – Steven Bayliff – £590
6th – Steven Hall – £491
7th –  Dean Cursley – £393
8th – Mark Lockhart – £295
9th  – Alex Thompson – £246
10th – David Whiteford – £197
11th – Shug Cairnie – £197
12th – Suzanne Hayward – £197
13th – Gary Purcell – £197

See how the event unfolded through the live update thread

Read ‘Grant’s Glasgow Banter’ Blog

Join Glasgow Poker Club who participate in the APAT Online National League

 

Related Posts