Thursday, 23 January 2014
World Championship of Amateur Poker organisers APAT have announced details of the sixth incarnation of the popular small stakes series.
This year's event will take place at Aspers Casino in Stratford, east London from 15th to 21st April in association with Coral Poker. A total of 16 bracelets will be awarded with buy-ins ranging from £55 to £220.The World Championship itself is a £110 buy-in affair with two day ones on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th April. The winner will be crowned on Easter Monday.There's a great range tournaments planned including team, shootout, high roller, razz, PLO, Omaha 8 and heads up events. The full line up can be seen below:Tuesday, April 1514.00 - WCOAP #1 No Limit Hold'em Championship - £5518.00 - WCOAP #2 Stud Championship - £55 Wednesday, April 1612.00 - WCOAP #3 High Roller Championship - £22018.00 - WCOAP #4 Mixed Game Championship - £55 Thursday, April 1712.00 - WCOAP #5 Antes Only Championship - £5514.00 - WCOAP #6 World Amateur Team Championship Day 119.00 - WCOAP #7 HORSE Championship - £55 Friday, April 1812.00 - WCOAP #8 Shootout Championship - £5513.00 - WCOAP #6 World Amateur Team Championship Day 216.00 - WCOAP #9 Six Max Championship - £5520.00 - WCOAP #10 Razz Championship - £55 Saturday, April 1912.00 - WCOAP #11 World Amateur Championship Day 1a - £11014.00 - WCOAP #12 PL Omaha 08 Championship - £5519.00 - WCOAP #13 Cash Championship - £65 Sunday, April 2012.00 - WCOAP #11 World Amateur Championship Day 1b - £11014.00 - WCOAP #14 Pot Limit Omaha Championship - £5520.00 - WCOAP #15 Season Seven Championship - Champions Qualify Monday, April 2112.00 - WCOAP #11 World Amateur Championship Day 214.00 - WCOAP #16 Heads Up Championship - £55Seats can be reserved via Coral Poker.
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