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You are reserving a seat for the APAT Season 8 Day 1b Belgian Amateur Poker Championship at a non-refundable cost of £5.00.
The 2-Day NLHE event will commence at 14:00 on Saturday 20th September 2014 with an expected completion time around 02:00 - to resume for Day 2 at 13:00 on Sunday 21st September 2014 when it will play to a conclusion.
Players will start with 15,000 chips on a 45 minute clock.
The event buy in and registration fee of €100 + €10 will need to be paid at the venue poker room cash desk prior to the event advertised starting time - failure to do this will mean your 'reserved seat' will immediately be lost and reallocated. Full details of our Eventbrite Facility should be viewed on the APAT forum here http://www.apat.com/forum/index.php?topic=14331.0
The full schedule of events for the weekend is below.
Fri 19th Sep:
14:00 Main Event: APAT Belgian Amateur Poker Championship (NLHE) (Day 1a) €100 + €10 (max 200)
20:00 APAT Belgian Cash Tournament (NLHE) Side Event Phase One €50-€100 + €10 + €5 (max 5 tables) - Final Table Qualifier
23:30 APAT Belgian Cash Tournament (NLHE) Side Event Phase Two - Final Table
Sat 20th Sep:
14:00 Main Event: APAT Belgian Amateur Poker Championship (NLHE) (Day 1b) €100 + €10 (max 200)
19:00 APAT Belgian NLHE Side Event €50 + €5
Sun 21st Sep:
13:00 Main Event: APAT Belgian Amateur Poker Championship (Day 2)
15:00 APAT Belgian PLO Side Event €50 + €5
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Amateur Poker Association & Tour
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