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G Casino Luton was the setting for APAT’s Coral UK Team Championship on 30th/31ST January when 240 players representing 30 teams sat down at the tables to battle it out, and having been a hive of excitement and anticipation in the run up, the spectacular new poker room fell suddenly quiet and things got serious...
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The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) in partnership with Coral Poker, are proud to announce details of the 2016 World Championship of Amateur Poker (WCOAP). The eighth edition of the WCOAP will take place at Aspers Casino in Stratford, London, between March 19th and 28th (Easter Monday) and offer 22 bracelet events across a...
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The Casino de Spa hosted the very first APAT Benelux Championship, where the event also marked the Grand Final of the highly supported inaugural season of the APAT Belgian Amateur Poker Tour. With the classic €110 Main Event and no less than 9 Side Events, the 6-day festival was a feast for the recreational player!...
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141 players descended on the G Casino in Manchester for the ninth annual Coral European Amateur Poker Championship, the latest leg of the APAT tour. With 15,000 starting chips and a 45 minute clock, the £110 buy in event afforded keen amateur players plenty of play in the chase for over £14,000 in prize money,...
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The final day of the 7th annual World Championship of Amateur Poker saw three bracelets awarded in event #15 Cash Championship, event #17 World Amateur Poker Championship main event and event #20 Heads-Up Championship. While the majority of focus was undoubtedly on the 92 players who remained to fight for the main event title, the...
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Day 9 of the World Championship of Amateur Poker proved memorable for long term APAT favourite Don Roberts, who took his first title, winning gold in event #19 HORSE Championship.  Roberts, who had taken the silver medal in event #9 Stud Championship earlier in the week, showed incredible prowess across five poker disciplines to best a sold...
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Chris Webber won his second WCOAP bracelet, when talking down event #18 Pot Limit Omaha High Low.  The event drew a sold out 80 runners and following a very hard fought final table, it was Webber who took the Championship title and bracelet, beating Frenchman Arnaud Benaddi into silver and Belgian Danny Covyn into bronze....
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Day 7 at the World Championship of Amateur Poker saw bracelets awarded in event #11 World Amateur Team Championship, event #14 Shootout Championship and event #15 Crazy Pineapple Championship.  In addition, day 1a of the Cash Championship was played. Event #11 World Amateur Team Championship was a close run affair througout, with several countries still in...
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Day 6 of the World Championship of Amateur Poker brought a bracelet for Joe Craig in event #12 Six-Max Championship and David Sherman in event #13 Razz Championship. Joe Craig overcame a field of 148 runners to win the Six-Max Championship, beating Darren Smith heads up, with Hasan Gul taking the bronze medal. In the Razz...
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Florian Calin won event #10 – High Roller Championship, beating Italian international Giuseppe Maggisano, with Spanish international Laura Ramallo taking the bronze medal. 69 players entered the event and the final payouts were as follows: Place Player Prize 1st Florian Calin £4,145 2nd Maggisano Giuseppe £2,900 3rd Laura Ramallo £1,860 4th Danny Covyn £1,380 5th...
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The fourth day of the APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker brought Bracelets for Stewart Kirby and Balasz Somodi. Kirby took down event #7 No Limit Hold’em, beating Mark Nelson (Silver) and Benjamin Naylor (Bronze).  The £55 buy in event had 158 runners. Somodi (pictured below) won his bracelet in the event #8 Mixed Game...
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Day 3 of the WCOAP saw two bracelets awarded. Italian team player Gabriel Iemmeto took the honours in event #5 Mix Max Championship, beating Adam Watkins heads up, with Grant Gardener taking the bronze.  Remarkably for Iemmeto, it was his second bracelet win in 24 hours having captured the Mix-Max title in the early hours of the...
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