Tuesday, 25 October 2011
Members of the Gambling Network Forum took the bragging rights at the APAT Team Championship that took place at the G Casino in Luton over the weekend.
A total of 184 players in 23 teams were involved in the contest with points awarded to the top fifty finishers. As with previous APAT events the prize pool was split fifty fifty with half going to the top three teams and the other half going to the best finishers in the individual tournament.Players from the Gambling Network saw off strong challenges from The Hendon Mob and Blackbelt Poker to take home the first prize of £2,300. A Blackbelt Poker player took the individual honours though with Nick Mazur beating APAT forum member heads up to take the £1,300 first prize.The individual results were as follows:1 Nick Mazur £13002 Ian Thompson £7003 Karl McDonald £4504 John Murray £3505 George Lawson £2506 Gary Peniket £2007 Rob Swindells £1708 Peter Lawton £1509 Phil Laws £130 The next event on the APAT calendar is the American Amateur Poker Championship in Las Vegas from 19th November with the £250 Masters Pro Am scheduled for an as yet unnamed London venue from 10 December. Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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