It is my absolute pleasure to announce that we can confirm the venue and dates for the ECOAP.
The oldest casino in the world will be the host for the 2017 APAT European Championship of Amateur Poker (ECOAP).
The Casino de Spa was established in 1763 and still has some of the grandeur of the past. The idyllic town of Spa is situated in a valley of the Ardennes, 35km south of Liège and 45km southwest of Aachen (Germany). The town of Spa is famous for its several natural mineral springs, and is also the location of mineral water producer Spa, whose mineral water is exported worldwide.
The ECOAP will take place from 11 to 15 October 2017 and will include an International Team Championship (Oct 12-13) and a 2-day Main Event with 2 starting days (Oct 13-14-15).
The Team Championship will be an invite only where 4-player national teams will compete in a series of events to claim the European Amateur Poker Team Champions title.
The Main Event will feature 2 starting days (Oct 13-14), playing down the a winner on the Oct 15th.
In the next few days we will publish more details for hotel and transport information.
We created a designated ECOAP e-mail address ‘email@example.com‘ for all your questions and queries, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Spa: (Casino de Spa)
Oct 11, Wed — 20:00 — Progressive Bounty (€75 buyin, €20 bounty)
Oct 12, Thu — 14:00 — ECOAP (International) Team Championship Day 1 (invitation only) (4x €110)
Oct 12, Thu — 16:00 — Side Event tbd
Oct 12, Thu — 19:00 — Crazy Pineapple (€60)
Oct 13, Fri — 14:00 — ECOAP (International) Team Championship Day 2
Oct 13, Fri — 16:00 — ECOAP Main Event: European Amateur Poker Championship Day 1a (€120)
Oct 13, Fri — 20:00 — PLO 4/5/6 Dealer’s Choice (€60)
Oct 14, Sat — 12:00 — ECOAP Main Event: European Amateur Poker Championship Day 1b (€120)
Oct 14, Sat — 20:00 — NLH Mix Max (€60)
Oct 15, Sun — 12:00 — ECOAP Main Event: European Amateur Poker Championship Day 2
Oct 15, Sun — 14:00 — HORSE (€60)
Oct 15, Sun — 16:00 — NLH Double Chance (€60)
updates can be found on the APAT UK forum