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 on: Today at 06:52:17 PM 
Started by Tal - Last post by Marky147
Incred stuff, Tal.

Will have a read of it when I'm not snowed under.

Thanks for taking the time to do that, must have taken hours.

 on: Today at 06:45:06 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Kev B
GL Turk.

Double up for Blakey please.

 on: Today at 06:43:10 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by dtd_live_updates
Break time

so 20 left,

rachel heneghan’s latest double was gettingh 20xbb in each with luke barradell, she opened queens, he shoved nines, she found the call and held

everyone is going to be doing well to keep mad turk out of the later stages of this. one of the great characters, he is chirping, calling and hitting his way through the field with a scythe of riffled chips

 on: Today at 06:39:16 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by dtd_live_updates
20 left chip counts

table 1

fabio esposito 450,000

mad turk 1.8m

rachel heneghan 570,000

actionjack 800,000

tim blake 450,000

jessica pilkington 470,000


table 2

luke marsh 1.2m

thomas dunwoodie 700,000

richard paul 450,000

jon hayward 350,000

sree vam 600,000

thomas horton 480,000

kyle naylor 470,000

table 3

jacob mulhern 1.5m

carl pickles 400,000

martyn frey 800,000

mark elliott 850,000

maud kuum 450,000

stuart fox 750,000

alan picken 500,000


blinds will be going 10-20k next level

 on: Today at 06:29:06 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Tal
Turk is chip leader with 27 left?

This could be over before sunset.

 on: Today at 06:25:51 PM 
Started by Tal - Last post by tikay

Not absorbed all that yet Tal, but thank you.

Might just be one of those magnum opus things.

 on: Today at 06:21:17 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by dtd_live_updates
A big race

James Ablott opens to 32,000 at 8-16k with 27 left

Mad Turk 110,000 in the small blind

Ablott all in 600,000


Ablott J-J

Turk A-Khh


Turk is a 1.5m chip leader with 26 left

He crushes his fist repeatedly into the palm of his hand in triumph

other chip leaders at or around 1m are

Martyn Frey

Sree Vam

Kyle Naylor

Tom Horton

Jack Sandford

 on: Today at 06:02:06 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Tal
I've had a go at predicting the unpredictable. Enjoy. Discussion welcome:

(Mods, don't mind whether you merge the threads, but as there is a lot of content, I figured I'd keep them separate)

 on: Today at 05:59:50 PM 
Started by shipitgood - Last post by jjandellis
For now you've only really asked one question, and thats the range. He's pretty deep on the bubble and can open wide - regardless of whether or not you're chippie...and it helps him that you're SB not BB. One big piece of info missing is the stack size of the BB - as thats gonna be more relevant.

Table dynamics are going to be very relevant too and should dictate if he can attack the bubble or just nit up on the bubble (alot of people are way too loose on the bubble now). But assuming he's opening  100% of hands and the action that follows I'd suggest a range of value hands and some combo draw stuff that he can get up to a bit of fuckery with:


I mean, I don't know you're hand but you're playing with fire getting in battles on the bubble - and it doesn't actually improve your equity in the tournament all that much at all. You really don't need to be trying to put people in coffins, its just FPS alot of the time and ends in a car crash.

To be making your play I'd be wanting to have something like:

TT, 99, 66, 44, T9s and 78s (although peeling the last 2 in the SB in the first place would be odd) - thats a pretty tight range! Anything other than this kinda smells BS from way its been played so far IMO

 on: Today at 05:57:27 PM 
Started by Tal - Last post by Tal

The 12 playoff teams are decided by the eight division winners and the two best win-loss records in each conference. In the NFC, this is a no-brainer, because the North and the West have two excellent teams in each, and there is no reason to suppose those four teams fail to make the post-season. Packers and Seahawks go to the playoffs.

In the AFC, it is much tougher, and the wildcard situation will be between four teams: the Bengals, the Chiefs, the Broncos and the Jets. Realistically, all four should have at least 8-8 records this season and 9-7 will be a minimum requirement for the fans. I am going to pick the two teams with the easiest schedules of the four (as ranked by Yahoo). The problem for the Jets is the AFC East is paired with the brutal NFC West this season for its out of conference games and the Broncos suffer from their success last year. The Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs get the nod, then. Super Bowl winners not making the playoffs? Gulp.

New England Patriots
Pittsburgh Steelers
Jacksonville Jaguars
Oakland Raiders
Cincinnati Bengals
Kansas City Chiefs

Dallas Cowboys
Minnesota Vikings
Carolina Panthers
Arizona Cardinals
Green Bay Packers
Seattle Seahawks


From a pure prediction point of view, I am looking at the New England Patriots in the AFC as being dominant in their division and in a situation where they are strong across the field, with a QB who will have a four game rest to start the season with and every incentive to deliver on the field. In the NFC, the Arizona Cardinals look to me to be the best team. It would be a magnificent Super Bowl if this came off. It feels a season too early for teams like the Jaguars, the Raiders or the Vikings to get to the big game, although the fancy prices – particularly of the Raiders – does appeal. It will be interesting to see who gets the bye week in the AFC for finishing with one of the best two records, because that might be the best clue as to who is challenging for honours.

I’m going to say the Vince Lombardi Trophy goes to Arizona in February 2017.

Oh, and the nation then dances like Drew Stanton...

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