Patrick Blye Wins the APAT WCOAP Main Event ($27,408)

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Patrick Blye Wins the APAT WCOAP Main Event ($27,408)
February 09 2021 Matthew Pitt The APAT World Championship Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) crowned its Main Event champion on February 8 and Patrick Blye is that champion. Blye walked away with $27,408 in prize money plus an APAT gold medal and commemorative WCOAP Main Event bracelet. APAT WCOAP Main Event Final Table Results PlacePlayerCountryPrize 1Patrick […]

February 09 2021 Matthew Pitt The APAT World Championship Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) crowned its Main Event champion on February 8 and Patrick Blye is that champion. Blye walked away with $27,408 in prize money plus an APAT gold medal and commemorative WCOAP Main Event bracelet. APAT WCOAP Main Event Final Table Results PlacePlayerCountryPrize 1Patrick BlyeCanada$27,408 2Randy VermetteCanada$18,618 3Jamie O’ConnorUnited Kingdom$12,709 4Michael ErringtonUnited Kingdom$8,436 5Shane PollingtonUnited Kingdom$5,748 6Zachary LipelesAustria$4,390 7Jelmer De VisserNetherlands$3,406 8Stephen PrandstatterUnited Kingdom$2,706 9Julian SelingerMalta$2,116 Sander Totuli Wins First Open WCOAP Event; Wales Win Team Championship The WCOAP Main Event drew in a crowd of 1,751 players to partypoker, each paying $109 for the chance to become the tournament’s champion. This field meant the $150,000 guaranteed prize pool was surpassed by $21,500, which is an incredible result for amateur poker. Nobody at the final table walked away with less than $2,116 for the initial investment. Julian Selinger collected this sum when his 6.5 big blind shove with pocket deuces was called by Shane Pollington in the big blind with ace-ten. An ace on the river busted Selinger in ninth place. Stephen Prandstatter was the next player to fall. He committed his last six big blinds with ace-king and ultimately lost to Blye’s pair of twos in the hole that flopped a full house courtesy of the flop falling all sixes. Blye claimed another victim when he sent Jelmer De Visser to the showers in seventh place. De Visser’s ace-king couldn’t get there against the pocket nines of Blye. Austria’s Zachary Lipeles fell in sixth place for a $4,390 score. Lipeles’ ace-deuce improved to a straight on the river, but the river also improved Michael Errington’s ace-seven to an unlikely higher straight. All the chips went into the middle and Lipeles busted. APAT WCOAP Reaches Halfway Stage: Snee Bags Five-Figures Pollington crashed out in fifth before Errington collected the final four-figure prize of the final table. Errington’s ace-ten proved no match for Jamie O’Connor’s dominating ace-jack and only three players remained in the hunt for the title of champion. Everyone thought O’Connor would have eased his way to victory not only because he held more a massive lead but is also vastly experienced in much bigger events than a $109 Main Event. Nothing went O’Connor’s way while play was three-handed and he was the next player out of the door. His final hand saw his ace-queen fail to get there against Blye’s pocket sevens and O’Connor had to make do with the $12,709 third-place finish. That hand left Blye with a monster-sized chip lead of more than four-to-one. It didn’t take too long for Blye to get his hands on Randy Vermette’s stack. All the chips went into the middle of the table on the turn a nine-high board. Vermette held queen-nine for top pair but Blye turned two pair with his seven-six. The river bricked, Vermette busted, and Blye became the WCOAP Main Event champion. 2021 APAT WCOAP Winners *EventChampionPrize WCOAP #01 Team ChampionshipTeam Wales  WCOAP #02 – 6-Max Knockout ChampionshipSander Totuli$10,110* WCOAP #03 – Mix-Max ChampionshipRoman Matveichuk$4,489 WCOAP #04 – PLO8 Knockout ChampionshipRon Jr Marshalok$2,608* WCOAP #05 – High Roller ChampionshipAdam Snee$13,850 WCOAP #06 – 7-Card Stud ChampionshipJoris De Baas$1,494 WCOAP #07 – PLO Knockout ChampionshipDan Owston$3,247* WCOAP #08 – 6-Max ChampionshipJan Strazisar$5,252 WCOAP #09 – Knockout ChampionshipPaul Paelchen$6,973* WCOAP #10 – PLO8 ChampionshipSebastian Posch$2,687 WCOAP #11 – Heads-Up ChampionshipRobyn Gale$3,375 WCOAP #12 – Super High Roller ChampionshipTenno Tonts$22,357 WCOAP #13 – PLO ChampionshipJarkko Suokas$2,386 WCOAP #14 – Turbo Knockout Championship – Tomas Lestina$6,195*  WCOAP #15 – Turbo ChampionshipGeorgios Koufouros$5,696 WCOAP #16 – Main EventPatrick Blye$27,408 *includes bounty payments APAT and partypoker Partnership Creates Superb Events Claim Your £40 Tournament Ticket Package You may have missed out on the chance to become an APAT WCOAP champion but the festival will surely return after this impressive showing. Until then, you have the upcoming MILLIONS Online festival to look forward to, the new PLO Daily Legends, and top promotions like Legend of the Week and Predator Hunt. You can also grab £40 worth of SPINS and MTT tickets when you download partypoker via PokerNews and make a deposit of at least £10. Your tickets hit your account over the space of a week after making your qualifying deposit: Day 1: 5x $1 SPINS tickets +1x $5.50 MTT ticketDay 2: 1x $3 SPINS tickets +1x $3.30 MTT ticketDay 3: 1x $3 SPINS tickets +2x $3.30 MTT ticketDay 4: 4x $0.25 SPINS tickets +1x $5.50 MTT ticketDay 5: 1x $5 SPINS tickets +1x $3.30 MTT ticketDay 6: 5x $1 SPINS tickets +1x $5.50 MTT ticket
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