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1  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: August Bank Holiday £250,000 DTD Deepstack sponsored by partypoker: Live. on: August 29, 2016, 01:05:51 AM
Cheers for the info earlier Tighty. I made it through the satellite so will be taking my chances in the Turbo tomorrow, trying to spin up a bigger stack!

It might be worth DTD / PP advertising the Stack Surrender option. I wasn't sure about it, and maybe regulars take it as read that you can do that, but there will be others out there who probably never considered it. Worth another pop at the satellites for some people, and some with bigger bankrolls would probably just buy-in again if they are riding a short stack. Might add a few numbers and help them hit the guarantee).

See you tomorrow.
2  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: August Bank Holiday £250,000 DTD Deepstack sponsored by partypoker: Live. on: August 28, 2016, 05:54:13 PM
Does anyone know if you can surrender your day 2 stack and play another day 1?

yes you can, forefeiting if you get through with a higher stack, keeping it if you don't

Thank you. Is this 100% correct? I'll be playing the satellite tonight if so.
3  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: August Bank Holiday £250,000 DTD Deepstack sponsored by partypoker: Live. on: August 28, 2016, 05:35:59 PM
Does anyone know if you can surrender your day 2 stack and play another day 1?
4  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: August Bank Holiday £250,000 DTD Deepstack sponsored by partypoker: Live. on: August 28, 2016, 02:28:30 PM
Does anyone have the full numbers of players through from Day 1s so far? I know 7 made it from each flight yesterday. What about online flights?
5  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: You know where this is leading.. on: August 28, 2016, 11:02:59 AM
You know where this is leading..

<p>Tim Blake raises with Kings</p>
<p>John Hayward flat calls</p>
<p>it comes King high, two spades</p>
<p>K-4-5</p>
<p>Happy days (for now)</p>
<p>Blake leads and is called</p>
<p>6 on the turn</p>
<p>Blake leads 14,000 this time, call</p>
<p>river 3</p>
<p>What to do? Blake leads again, Hayward shoves ( coverinng) and Blake calls with the air of a man who knows what is coming but has to call anyway</p>
<p>Hayward A-7 to knock Blake out (again) with the immortal words</p>
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<p>sorry, i was intending to float you on the river</p>


Not too bad Tighty - the river was a 6 - but the result was the same lol

Yes, the river was a 6, but the hand didn't play out that way at all. Makes me look a right donkey!
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