John McGlynn outlasted 172 other players at the Scottish Amateur Poker Championship to take home the Gold Medal, added value of a seat in the World Championship Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) over the Easter weekend in Aspers Casino, Stratford, London and a payday of £4,345. John...

Glasgow’s Alea Casino played host to the APAT Scottish National Poker Championship weekend where a sell-out crowd gathered to play the 2-day deepstack Main Event, the Scottish Amateur Poker Championship, in the latest from the APAT Season 7 Calendar.  With a strong Scottish contingent, from...

127 players made their way to the International Casino in Aberdeen for the APAT 2010 Scottish Amateur Poker Championships over the weekend creating a £10,300 prize pool. The eventual winner was 18 year old (Doesn’t it make you sick?) Scott Wilson of Edinburgh who has...

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...

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 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...