San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The weekend schedule of events is as follows:
Sat 11th Oct:
14:30-01:30 Main Event: APAT UK Amateur Poker Championship (NLHE) Day 1 £75+£7.50 Freezeout (max 180) (15k stack 45 min clock) (Alternates/Late Entry to first break which will be after Level 3)
20:00- APAT UK NLHE Side Event £25+£5 (8k stack, 20 min clock) (Alternates/Late Entry to first break which will be after Level 6, and run to same structure as Main Event - 1 x re-entry will be allowed up to and including the first break)
Sun 12th Oct:
12:00- Main Event: APAT UK Amateur Poker Championship (Day 2) (completion expected 22:00) - stacks carried forward from Day 1
13:00- APAT UK PLO Side Event £25+£5 (10k stack, 30 min clock) (Alternates/Late Entry to first break which will be after Level 4, and run to same structure as Main Event (except Antes/L5) - 1 x re-entry will be allowed up to and including the first break)
You are reserving a seat for the APAT Season 8 UK Amateur Poker Championship at a non refundable cost of £5.00.
The 2-Day NLHE event will commence at 14:30 on Saturday with Day 1 expecting to complete around 01:00 to resume at 12:00 on Sunday for Day 2 when it will play to a conclusion (expected 22:00). Players will start with 15,000 chips on a 45 minute clock.
The event buy in and registration fee of £75+£7.50 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
When & Where
Amateur Poker Association & Tour
The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) is a premier destination for recreational poker players worldwide. Reserve a seat and experience the excitement of professional quality poker, as seen on TV - at a price that won't hurt your pocket. Every APAT tournament is dealer dealt at a licensed cardroom. Our events offer a fantastic multi-day structure, are fun and competitive to play and there is lots of added value to be won in the form of National Amateur Championship Medals, WCOAP Bracelets and seats at future events - while prize pools typically run to five figures.