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« Reply #45 on: February 17, 2007, 11:15:35 PM »

Table 1:

Ian Herbert -- 41,000
Brian Johnson -- 50,000
Paul King -- 92,400
Craig Owen -- couldn't see
Ash Pervais -- 97,300
Dan Carter -- 44,000
Jac Arama -- 76,200
Jay Patel -- 77,800
Alan McLean -- 349,000

Table 3:

Joe Beevers -- 175k
Mark Boulos -- ...
Ed Arees -- 70k
Peter Evans -- 470k
Mateyboy (we think it's Ian Bowden) -- 85k
Jerome Bradpiece -- ...
Billy Ngo -- 90k

Mark Boulos and Jerome Bradpiece have been left out because the latter eliminated the former as I was doing the chip-count, A-Q vs A-8 with a 9-9-7-J-2 board.

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Paul King has been dented by Patel, the latter making a move with K-5, being looked up by Paul's Queens, and hitting a King on the Turn.
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« Reply #46 on: February 17, 2007, 11:31:33 PM »

Elliott Bowker escapes doom after moving in on the button with (for over 80k) and finding small blind Steve Gibbons more than happy to give him a spin with .  The popped out, and a grim-faced Steve is currently having his stack siphoned off into his opponent's stack.

Elsewhere, Peter 'The Bandit' Evans has doubled up to around a quarter mil - Kings were the holding-up hand (no more detail at present).

30 players left... the level of complaining about the antes seems to be directly proportional to the closeness to the bubble... funny that...
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« Reply #47 on: February 17, 2007, 11:46:55 PM »

Right palava now. For a while everyone thought they were playing the bubble, but I've just done a count of all the players and there's only 27!!! I pointed out there was a table of 6, when there should be four sevens. It was then that they realised that the bour was wrong and they were already in the money!!!

Therefore, it would appear as though Thomas Grundy took the bubble (Soxy just before him), leaving the following players in the money:

Paul King
Craig Owen
Ash Pervais
Dan Carter
Jac Arama
Patel
Alan McLean

Mohammed Shafiq
Paul Gourlay
Adam Wilkinson
Elliott Bowker
Steve Gibbons
Mark Herron
Des Jonas

Joe Beevers
Ed Arees
Peter Evans
Ian Bowden
Stephen Millar
Jerome Bradpiece
Billy Ngo

Ganesh Rau
Jamie Morris
John Conroy
Ouday Hickary
Ross Boatman
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« Reply #48 on: February 18, 2007, 12:05:01 AM »

Double AA vs KK news now -

OK I've spoiled the surprise ending when Billy Ngo raised around 20k and found Ross Boatman moving in on the small blind for 25,700 more... Billy said, "I've got change," counting out his shrapnel before seeing his lose to Ross' .

And yet more deck-in-faceness for The Bandit whose Aces end the tournament of Stephen Millar's Kings.
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« Reply #49 on: February 18, 2007, 12:07:52 AM »

Paul King is OUT.

Making his move from latish position with , Dan Carter asked for a chip count from the small blind before calling with .

Board = three diamonds two spades
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« Reply #50 on: February 18, 2007, 12:16:43 AM »

Mark Herron takes a large hit while trying to eliminate Paul Gourlay with his , calling Paul's shorter stack all-in preflop with ...

But Paul flopped the nuts as two hearts appeared, and the following did nothign to improve matters.  So Mr. Herron is down to just 35k, but took it very well, with a shrug and a kind of smile/wince combination.

Paul now has 112k, and was shouting rather vociferously for the flush, during the flush and after the flush, which makes Mark's composure even more remarkable.
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« Reply #51 on: February 18, 2007, 12:32:03 AM »

Table 1:

(1) Jerome Bradpiece -- 180,000
(2) Ed Arees -- 50,000
(3) Craig Owen -- 50,000
(4) Ash Pervais -- 90,000
(5) Dan Carter -- 160,000
(6) Jac Arama -- 100,000
(7) Raj Patel -- 190,000
(8) Alan McLean -- 265,000

Table 2:

(1) Mohammed shafiq -- 240,000
(2) Paul Gourlay  -- 115,000
(3) Adam Wilkinson -- 180,000
(4) Elliott Bowker -- 95,000
(5) Steve Gibbons -- 55,000
(6) Mark Herron -- 35,000
(7) Des Jonas -- 165,000
(8) Peter Evans -- 470,000

Table 5:

(1) Ganesh Rao -- 120,000
(2) Billy Ngo -- 25,000
(3) Jamie Morris -- 115,000
(4) Chris Bruce -- 240,000
(5) Ian Bowden -- 95,000
(6) John Conroy -- 50,000
(7) Ouday Hickary -- 120,000
(8) Joe Beevers -- 120,000
(9) Ross Boatman -- 105,000
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« Reply #52 on: February 18, 2007, 12:38:27 AM »

Jerome Bradpiece eliminates Ed Arees...on a Queen-high flop they both hit that Queen (Q-5 for Ed, Q-2 for Jerome) but the rest of the money went in on the Deuce turn...

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No slowing down here, Steve Gibbons has also departed, moving all-in with Q-Js but running into Kings.

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Hickary is OUT. Queens versus A-K.
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« Reply #53 on: February 18, 2007, 12:54:01 AM »

HUGE hand makes a chip leader out of Jerome Bradpiece (is it too late to tip him to win it?)

Alan Mclean limped for 8k, Jerome raised to 30k, Alan made it 60k and Jerome flat called.  Curiouser and curiouser...
Flop:    Alan bet out 100k, and Jerome moved in instantly.  It was only another 31,800 to call, and as Alan counted out the chips Jerome flipped .
Alan Mclean showed three diamonds .  No small set this time, and he's down to 130k or so while Jerome nears the 400,000 mark.
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« Reply #54 on: February 18, 2007, 01:03:36 AM »

Down to 21 as Mark Herron makes his last stand with .  He found Shaf in the small blind calling with , and an Ace first card out spelled the beginning of the end.

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« Reply #55 on: February 18, 2007, 01:05:25 AM »

Jac Arama sees a flop with Craig Owen:  and pushes in for his whole 140kish when it checks to him.  Craig, despite muttering something about overpairs, calls, showing .  "How can you call with that shit?" says deadpan Jac, showing .
Turn and river 7-A (no flush worries) and that was that.
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« Reply #56 on: February 18, 2007, 01:05:41 AM »

Appears as though the eliminations went as such:

Bubble = Chris Sokrati
27th = Paul King
26th = Stephen Millar
25th = Ed Arees
24th = Ouday Hickay
23rd = Steve Gibbons
22nd = Mark Herron
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« Reply #57 on: February 18, 2007, 01:10:54 AM »

Jac Arama, not shy in recent minutes of getting his stack in, moves again, this time preflop with two hearts two spades.  He finds a caller in Raj Patel with .
The board:  three diamonds so no improvement means no further for Jac - he finishes in 21st place.
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« Reply #58 on: February 18, 2007, 01:14:16 AM »

Jerome Bradpiece -- 480,000
John Conroy -- 110,000
Craig Owen -- 125,000
Ash Pervais -- 65,000
Raj Patel -- 300,000
Alan McLean -- 35,000

Just as I post them, Alan McLean departs in 20th. Moving his 35k all-in with , he was picked off by John Conroy's , board.
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« Reply #59 on: February 18, 2007, 01:27:28 AM »

19th place finisher is Ash Pervais...

Ash moved in on the button, and Billy Ngo thought for a little while before putting his tournament on the line (he only just covered Ash) with .  Ash showed , and while a Seven appeared, a Jack did too and now there are just two tables left.
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