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« Reply #15 on: February 17, 2007, 05:47:25 PM »

Kenny Bruke is the latest departure.

David Johnson -- 67,300
Ouday Hickary -- 32,300
Stephen Holden -- out
James Demspey -- 52,300
Paul King -- 124,800

Toni Dicesari has just been felted. His K-Qs failing to outdo Jac Arama's A-J. Board was 7-6-8-2-7

Nik Hicks is OUT: "I moved into the big blind of another table with 20k, found Tens and re-raised all-in. A-J got me when he hit a Jack on the Flop. Not too many flops played today"
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« Reply #16 on: February 17, 2007, 06:18:09 PM »

As they break another table (we're down to 80 players) here are a bunch of chip counts, excepting those players who've just been redispersed - will look for them in a minute...

James Browning      25,000
Roberto Romanello   105,000
Peter Evans             73,000
Dave Smith             16,000
Chris Sokrati            68,000
Stasia Xanthos         25,500
Rob Cook               16,000
Thomas Grundy       47,000
Barney Boatman      46,000
Joe Beevers            75,000
Paul Gourlay            71,500
Dan Carter              63,600
Matt Tyler              23,000
James Dempsey      45,000
Jac Arama              28,000
Steve Jelinek          55,000
Jerome Bradpiece     58,000
Iwan Jones             34,000
John Conroy           45,000
Mark Herron            52,500
John Keown           34,500
Paul Moss               52,000
Paul King                123,000
Ganesh Rao            78,000
David Parker           25,000
Ram Lakha             100,000
Chris Bruce             110,000
Ben Callinan             22,000
Kirshan Larsen         40,000
Ryan Fronda            54,000
Ross Boatman          65,000
Paul Rayner             75,000
Ian Woodley           36,000
Craig Owen             60,000
Ed Arees                 35,000
Warren Wooldridge   27,000
Joe Koumi               45,000
Alan Mclean             20,500
Paul Dobson            47,000
Graham Newman      40,500
Stefan Eccles           31,000
E. Bowker               35,000
Steve Gibbons         86,000
Des Jonas               36,000
Tony Mackay           75,000
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« Reply #17 on: February 17, 2007, 06:27:14 PM »

They're currently on a break now, but I did catch a few big hands near the end, one of which involved one of the requested players, Matt Tyler, his 8-2 outdrawing Essy Jahanpour's A-T. and if you're wondering how he got it in with 8-2, it's because Essy was painfully shortstacked. Matt still only has 27,200, which says it all.

Meanwhile, next door neighbour Joe Beevers is fairing rather better with 69,800.

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Also, last hand before the break, Paul Dobson raised with A-Qs, Nik Persaud moved all-in with K-9 and Paul called. Nine high Flop leave Dobson with just 400 chips.
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« Reply #18 on: February 17, 2007, 06:29:53 PM »

Flushy gets involved with Barney Boatman, who called his raise in the big blind.  They saw a flop.. Barney checked and James thought out loud, eventually betting 6k.  Barney calls.
Turn:    Now Barney moves in, for around 20k, over half of Flushy's stack.  He's not liking this, and a great deal of talking ensues.  "No question I was calling on the flop," says Flushy.  "I'll show you if you pass," replies Barney.
"Will you show me one now?"
"If it was allowed."
Flushy turns to the supervisor: "Can he show me a card?" - reply - "If he wants to fold he can."
Flushy turns back to Barney, "Do you want to show?"
"Not really."  It did rather look like Flushy was buying himself time to talk himself into passing, and pass he did.
"Lucky that card came to save you," said Barney, looking at the scare card turn.  He eventually half kept his promise, showing the .  That had a real ring of truth about it, in my opinion.
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« Reply #19 on: February 17, 2007, 06:47:39 PM »

Here's the prize payout, waiting for the last three tables...

1 £111,600
2  £59,400
3  £39,600
4  £28,800
5  £21,600
6  £18,000
7  £14,400
8  £10,800
9   £7,200
10  £5,400
11  £3,600
12-15 £2,880
16-21 £2,520
22-27 £2,160
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« Reply #20 on: February 17, 2007, 06:50:30 PM »

Some updated chippy counts...

Alan Vinnicombe -- 40,500
James Dempsey -- 42,300
Dan Carter -- 49,300
Chris Sokrati -- 66,600
Adam Wilkinson -- 24,900
Alan McLean -- 27,600
Ed Arees -- 58,700
Mark Boulas -- 65,000
Elliott Bowker -- 37,700
Nik Persaud -- 91,500
Ryan Fronda -- 49,800
Chris Bruce -- 94,100
Ash Hussain -- 41,800
Stasia Xanthos -- 16,500
Jay Patel -- 38,200
Ouday Hickary -- 71,200
Ky Hutchinson -- 11,600
James Browning -- 20,500
Dave Smith -- 15,900
Des Jonas -- 22,200
Ben Callinan -- 25,000
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« Reply #21 on: February 17, 2007, 07:02:36 PM »

Looks like Welsh youngster Ouday Hickary is challenging for the chip lead with approximately 130k.

His latest scoop being a set of nines on a K-9-x Flop, Martino Libertini being the ufortunate victim, his K-J button raise dominated by Ouday's 9-9 in the small blind.

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The player with the smallest forename, Ky Hutchinson, is OUT, losing a T-T vs. A-K coinflip with Alan Vinnicombe.

No Ace, no King, but a cheeky 3 on the River for a straight, had to be a non-club too.

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Paul King is the current chip leader with 140k.

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Joe Koumi is OUT.
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« Reply #22 on: February 17, 2007, 07:11:59 PM »

what are the blinds?

tell dave smith to keep his chin up(not if he looks like hes going all in though,lol)

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Blinds 1k/2k ante 200, just about to go up to 1,500/3,000 ante 300, which won't slow the pace down much.  We anticipate a chip-consolidation lull occurring shortly after the dinner break.
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« Reply #23 on: February 17, 2007, 07:17:10 PM »

Stephen Millar, a new name to me, has doubled up.

Millar = 

Joe Beevers =

Board =

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Meanwhile, Nick Slade has also doubled up with Sixes versus A-K. Ryan Fronda folded A-Q, but even though he would have Flopped an Ace, it's a good job because Slade made a set on the River.
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« Reply #24 on: February 17, 2007, 07:17:36 PM »

Flushy has just gone.  A-Q vs 8-8 race, after all the drama of the last hour and a half it seems slightly anticlimactic.  He was short, now, however, and his best shot missed sending him to the rail. 
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« Reply #25 on: February 17, 2007, 07:30:46 PM »

Ed Arees -- 58,100
Amanda Birney -- 17,100
Joe Beevers -- 112,600
Ian Herbert -- 37,300
Mateyboy -- 37,800
Adam Wilkinson -- 33,300
Scott Dixon -- 40,000
Stephen Millar -- 26,200
Jerome Bradpiece -- 76,000

Mohammed Shafiq -- 81,900
Richard Wong -- 18,900
Nik Persaud -- 63,800
Chris Lipris -- 16,400
Elliott Bawker -- 98,500
Steve Gibbons -- 145,800
Steve Jelinek -- 49,500
Des Jonas -- 58,800
A Mackay -- 85,400
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« Reply #26 on: February 17, 2007, 07:44:02 PM »

Iwan feels the call of the short-stack all-in, and creates a big pot for Paul Plimmer... Iwan moved in on the button for his 20k or so, and got an instacall all-in from the small blind Paul.  Then Peter Evans decided to have a go too from the big blind, calling to cover both short stacks.
Iwan showed: 
Paul showed: 
Peter showed: 

Flop:  
Turn:   (looking better for Iwan than it really was, this card)
River:    and Paul Plimmer gets very excited at having his stack now over 56k - some "YES!" style shouting prompting the wits on the table to say simultaneously, "Who won that one?"

Iwan won the side pot and has 5k, although the walk to the press area and back takes enough time that by the next posting he'll have at least 11k or be out.
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« Reply #27 on: February 17, 2007, 07:44:11 PM »

Richard Wong has been removed from that table by Mohammed Shafiq, vs . Board = , all the chips going in on the flop.

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A real kick in the balls now for a certain Poker Night Live player now, James Browning finding himself all-in against Billy Ngo in a pot that would "get me right back in it".

Dominating with A-K vs A-3, the board came 5-J-6-9 until the River drowned the Geordie with a nasty three clubs. Ouch.

He looked devestated, but he took it like soldier, saying good luck before departing.
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« Reply #28 on: February 17, 2007, 07:51:38 PM »

Chris Lipris doubles up against Des Jonas, who gives his 7-7 a spin with A-8.
Flop:  A-Q-A
Turn:  9
River: 7 and with Nik saying he passed the other seven, it's a case card river to save the Walsall player, and dent an 18k-sized hole in Jonas' stack.

Meanwhile Ross Boatman finds his button raise to 8k (or so) re-raised out of the big blind by aggressive student Thomas Grundy.  It's a not-quite-callable 27,000 more, and enough to get rid of the last remaining Boatman.
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« Reply #29 on: February 17, 2007, 08:00:27 PM »

Paul Rayner -- 45,800
Brian Johnson -- 120,400
Craig Owen -- 81,200
Ram Latha -- 50,100
Dan Carter -- 49,200
Jac Arama -- 67,000
Reyaaz Mulla -- 19,700
Alan McLean -- 50,900
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