The APAT World Championship of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) will be held in the Dusk Till Dawn Club, based in Nottingham, this year. The event, which will be held from March 28 to April 1, will comprise 10 exciting poker events with highly affordable buy-ins.
The sixth season of the WCOAP will begin with two events—the £50+£5 WCOAP Stud Championship and the £100+£10 WCOAP World Amateur Team Championship. Poker players are also looking forward to other WCOAP events such as a NL Hold’em 6-Max tournament, an Omaha tournament, a HORSE tournament, as well as a heads-up event. All the ten events have attracted a lot of attention, including the most important event of them all—the £100+£10 WCOAP World Amateur Poker Championship.
During the fifth season, the Main Event, also known as the WCOAP World Amateur Poker Championship, attracted a field of 405 players and generated a massive £42,930 prize pool. The champion of the event turned out to be Dave Garden, who beat Andrew Duffin in the heads-up match to grab the first prize of £12,092 and the WCOAP trophy.
This season’s WCOAP Main Event has already attracted a lot of attention, and interested players are urged to register at the APAT forum and find out if there are any available seats for it.
The WCOAP schedule is as follows. The £100+£10 WCOAP Team Championship, which will have a cap of 80 players, will be held on March 28 at 17:00. The £50+£5 WCOAP Stud Championship will be held on the same day at 18:00.
On March 29, the £50+£5 WCOAP Six-Max Championship and £250+£25 WCOAP High Roller event will be held at 14:30 and 18:00, respectively. The £100+£10 WCOAP Main Event (Day 1A), the £50+£5 WCOAP H.O.R.S.E Championship, and the £100 WCOAP Cash Championship will be held on March 30 at 14:00, 14:30, and 18:00, respectively.
The £100+£10 WCOAP Main Event (Day 1B), the £50+£5 WCOAP Omaha Championship, and the £50+£5 WCOAP Razz Championship will be held on March 31 at 14:00, 14:30, and 18:00, respectively. The WCOAP Main Event Final and the £50+£5 WCOAP Heads-up Championship will be held on April 1 at 14:00 and 14:30, respectively.
The WCOAP is special because it attracts a number of amateur poker players worldwide, resulting in the formation of a lively and friendly poker community. This weekend, the poker gaming environment at Dusk Till Dawn Club, Nottingham is expected to be more exciting than ever.