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Grosvenor’s APAT Irish Amateur Poker Championship (NLHE) €100 + €20 returned for the second year running to be played alongside the International Poker Open at The Regency Hotel in Dublin over the Irish Bank Holiday weekend on 30th and 31st October. Attracting a huge field of 302 multi-national players, from Ireland, UK, France, Luxembourg, Spain,...
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The Regency Hotel, Dublin saw no less than 13 nationalities fight it out to be crowned the APAT Irish Amateur Poker Champion.  This included a strong Irish and UK contingent joined by players from France, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Czech Republic, China, Lithuania, Sweden, Hungary and Ukraine, but it was the Dutch who ‘top ‘n’...
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Over the weekend of 10th & 11th January, APAT continued their trendsetting performance with a successful Coral Irish Amateur Poker Championship taking place at Bewley’s Hotel, Dublin, in conjunction with LS Promotions. This was the first APAT championship where the main event was played in a Pot Limit Omaha discipline and an experienced field of 73...
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The Fitzwilliam Card Club, Dublin, Ireland hosted the APAT 2013 Irish National Poker Championship, where almost 100 runners gathered to play the 2-day deepstack spectacular in the latest event of the APAT Season 7 Calendar. APAT National Championships always attracts players from far and wide and this event was no exception, as players from the...
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Glorious weather came to Cork over the weekend, as did an influx of leading amateur poker players from Ireland, the United Kingdom and further afield.  The occasion was the sixth annual Irish Amateur Poker Championship; the stage – Cork’s Macau Sporting Club. Players started the tournament with 15,000 chips and a 45 minute clock, but...
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Tipperary man Bobby O’Donnell overcame a tough field at the Macau Sporting Club in Cork to win the APAT Irish Amateur Poker Championship. A full report will follow, but our congratulations go to Bobby in the interim, who beat Silver Medalist Ken Burgess (Bantry) heads up, with Dubliner Matt Bailie taking the Bronze. To get...
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Over the weekend of 25th-26th September 2010 APAT held the latest event in it’s fourth season, sponsored by Betfair, with the Irish Amateur Poker Championships held at the Fitzwilliam Card Club in Dublin. Courtesy of Betfair the winner of the Championship wins an entry to a GUKPT main event as part of an overall sponsorship...
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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 players paying £100 each to compete. The teams were...
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