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« on: February 17, 2007, 03:51:41 AM »

Day Two Information-Only Thread - Play of the Walsall Grosvenor UK Poker Tour in association with Blue Square Poker commences at 4pm. 

Day 2 Chip Counts:

Chris Bruce -- 100,800
Mohammed Shafiq -- 88,500
Paul King -- 67,800
David Johnson -- 65,900
Paul Gourlay -- 62,700
Paul Dobson -- 61,100
Roberto Romanello -- 60,000
Chris Sokrati -- 56,200
Ross Boatman -- 55,400
Andrew Bradshaw -- 53,300
Steve Gibbons -- 53,200
John Conroy -- 51,400
Peter Evans -- 50,900
Ram Lakha -- 49,500
Reyaaz Mulla -- 49,500
Ganesh Rao -- 49,300
Matt Tyler -- 49,200
David Parker -- 47,400
Joseph Koumi -- 46,500
Michael Bolous -- 46,100
Barny Boatman -- 46,100
Lucy Rokach -- 44,900
Damian Evans -- 44,500
Nik Persaud -- 44,500
Samuel Harrison -- 44,100
Arshad Hussain -- 43,900
Alan Vinncombe -- 43,900
Barry Lane -- 43,400
M Arnesen -- 42,700
Kayshan Muthy -- 42,500
Graham Newman -- 42,300
Jerome Bradpiece -- 41,500
John Kabbaj -- 39,300
Ed Arees -- 38,900
Warrren Wooldrigde -- 38,100
Kirshan Larsen -- 37,900
P Ioannou -- 36,000
Raj Patel -- 35,700
Richard Lynch -- 35,400
John Gale -- 34,900
Nichiei Hicks -- 34,400
Steve Jelinek -- 33,600
Craig Owen -- 31,800
Ky Hutchinson -- 31,300
Zachery    Ford -- 31,200
Ben Callinan -- 31,000
John Marles -- 30,000
Richard Wong -- 30,000
Ash Pervaiz -- 29,900
Alan Mclean -- 29,000
Anthony MacKay -- 29,000
Martino Libertini -- 28,000
Ouday Hikary -- 27,700
Ian Herbert -- 27,700
John Keown -- 27,700
E Bowker -- 27,500
Gary Chatterton -- 27,300
Nicholas Jenkins -- 26,500
Joe Beevers -- 26,000
Billy Ngo -- 25,900
Dave Smith -- 25,600
Iwan Jones -- 24,100
Peter Smyth -- 23,900
Mark Forster -- 23,800
Mark Herron -- 23,700
Allen Rayner -- 23,500
Edward Phipps -- 23,500
Thomas Grundy -- 23,300
Soren Nielsen -- 23,200
Adam Wilkinson -- 23,000
Chris Liperis -- 22,600
Ian Woodley -- 22,100
Nick Harpa -- 22,100
MZ Hussain -- 21,700
Stephen Holden -- 21,700
Paul Rayner -- 21,600
Toni Dicesare -- 21,200
Des Jonas -- 21,100
Jatinder Purewal -- 20,300
Stephen Nash -- 20,300
John Bates -- 20,000
Jamie Morris -- 18,700
Rob Cook -- 18,400
Mike Moore -- 18,300
James Dempsey -- 18,200
G Kenworthy  -- 18,100
Stefan Eccles -- 18,000
James Morgan -- 18,000
Graham Cadd -- 18,000
Raymond Brown -- 18,000
Steve Brown -- 17,400
Nick Slade -- 16,800
Ryan Fronda -- 16,800
James Browning -- 16,000
Amanda Birney -- 15,200
Mathaw Mckinlay -- 15,000
Ronnie Debealox -- 14,900
John Huckle -- 14,800
Giovanni Vaccarella -- 14,300
Stasia Xanthos -- 13,800
Maria Demetriou -- 13,800
Rory Mchugh -- 13,700
Stephen AuYeung -- 13,300
Dan Carter -- 13,200
J Ruehle -- 11,600
I Bowden -- 11,600
T Choy-Sing -- 11,600
K Burke -- 11,600
David Tutty -- 11,400
Jac Arama -- 11,200
Rob Watkiss -- 11,000
Paul Moss -- 11,000
Essy Jahanpour -- 10,700
Darren Baine -- 10,600
Shanti Somaranth -- 10,400
Mick Wernick -- 10,300
Balvinder Nijjar -- 10,000
Stephen Millar -- 9,100
Tim Blake -- 9,100
Neil Fox -- 8,900
Steve Reeves -- 8,700
Jonathon Butters -- 7,400
Darshan Sami -- 7,300
S Dixon -- 7,200
Paul Plimmer -- 5,400
John Burke -- 4,400
Tony Harman -- 4,000
Alan Henson -- 4,000
Ian Parry -- 3,600
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« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2007, 03:51:17 PM »

The crowds have arrived, all staring up at a very impressive projection of the seat draw, which has now become general knowledge.  It looks more crowded due to the ongoing construction of the Feature Table, which dwarfs the gaming tables and in fact takes up a good proportion of the centre of the casino.  No fliming today, however.  Looks like it might start on time.
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« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2007, 04:21:55 PM »

Neil Fox is OUT. First hand of the day.
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« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2007, 04:35:51 PM »

More hands than you can shake a stick at.

First of all Roberto Romanello outdraws a Scandie with A-8 vs Q-J on a J-8-x Flop.

18k more into a 25k pot, the Welshman gives it the old chat saying, "Will you show, will you show if I pass? Will you show? No response, huh?"

The Scandie just gives him a blank look.

Anyhow, Roberto does call and hits an Ace on the Turn.

"Sorry mate, that's the way it goes."

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Meanwhile, Paul Dobson's stack has dropped down to around the 50k mark after doubling up young E Bowker.

Bowker =

Dobson =

Board = three diamonds

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And John Gale is in doubling up mood too, sending chips over to shiny headed John Bates.

All the chips flew in on a with bald John holding (open ended) to hairy John's

Turn =

River =

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And would you Adam and Eve it, another double up!

This time it's Paul Raynor, his Kings emphatically holding up against Wayne Woodridge's A-Qs on a 2-5-K-2-3 Flop.

As a result, Raynor is now up to the 40k.
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« Reply #4 on: February 17, 2007, 04:44:13 PM »

First level double ups- Chris Bruce gives some of those leader chips away to Shanti Samarant (all in preflop with ).  To be fair, Chris had .
Flop:    (oooh, go the table)
Turn:   (aaah, go the table)
River:    (the table no longer care)
So Shanti has 25k now, while a small dent appeared in the leader.

I. Bowden also doubles to 16k (Sevens vs. AK - which seems to be one of the two hands in every showdown).

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« Reply #5 on: February 17, 2007, 04:47:47 PM »

And those who've pushed with the opposite result (i.e. elimination):

D. Sami, with just 4k or so - "Just call me and double me up or send me home," he says, holding ... but Des Jonas felt obliged to call and some kind of outdraw occurred because the next thing that happened was Sami cussing up a quiet storm, and storming off.

Alan Henson is also OUT, thanks to Jac Arama, who was himself short stacked and remarked, "I didn't think I had enough chips to knock anyone out."  Which must have been a comfort to Alan.

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« Reply #6 on: February 17, 2007, 04:53:45 PM »

Never seen action come this thick and fast!

John Gale the latest exit, his all-in move againt original raiser Paul Dobson not being enough to get him to fold A-8, John in all sorts of trouble with his A-6 and cleary hoping for a split pot, if not a 6.

And when the Two Clubs that split pot looked likely, until Paul pointed to his .

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Darshan Sami is OUT.

Was shorstacked and found Kings, but unfortunately two smooth callers, the Big Blind value calling with before making a Flush.

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Dick Lynch is also OUT.

I haven't spotted Dick today (ahem), but fellow Lutonian Ray Brown retold the story of how he first lost with A-K to 7-7, then J-J to K-K and K-K, before finally losing with A-J vs. 8-8 for his last 2k.
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« Reply #7 on: February 17, 2007, 04:53:46 PM »

Double with a twist (more like triple) up for S. Dixon...  Nik Persaud raises under the gun to 3,400.  He's called by button Ganesh Rao and small blind Graham Newman.  Then big blind Dixon says something like, "OK go for it," and moves in for a total of 7k.  This, of course, reopens the betting, and Nik makes the isolation raise, to 22,400.  The amount of dwell given by Ganesh Rao implies that this was, in fact, a good idea, as they both get out of the way for Nik to show , against Dixon's .
Flop: 
Turn:  three clubs
River:

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« Reply #8 on: February 17, 2007, 04:56:54 PM »

Judging by the rail, it looks as though Andrew Jackson and AuYeung are also OUT.

TBC

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Graham Newman is dealt a cruel blow by local player (I often see him down the Broadway), Toni Decesari, his A-K being Rivered by the Midlander's A-Q.

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John Huckle is OUT.

Made his move from the button with A-8 but ran into the Big Blind's A-Q.
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« Reply #9 on: February 17, 2007, 05:01:56 PM »

Lucy Rokach is out in dramatic circumstances.

Limp calling with J-9 to Paul Kings A-J pre-flop raise, both players checekd the Q-J-x Flop before Lucy moved in all over the top of Paul's bet on the Turn.

"Paul called instantly," reported Ash Pervais, the A-J holding up by the raggy River.

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The following local lads have also bitten the dust (according to Dani):

Ram Latha
Tony Harman

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Rory McHugh is OUT.

Nick Slade took most of his chips with K-T vs A-T.

But he was eventually finished off by The Welsh Wizard, Iwan Jones, whose A-K was more than enough to see of the shortstack's (and I mean VERY shortstacked) McHugh's T-9.

He was teased though, Ten first card, Ace on the Turn.

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T Choy Sing is drowning his sorrows at the bar, so I think he MUST be a gonna too.
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« Reply #10 on: February 17, 2007, 05:28:18 PM »

Jimmy Ruehle is OUT. Ran Jacks into Mohammed Shafiq's American Airlines.

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Mickey Wernick has also recently departed, his all-in being looked up by .

Flop no good for The Worm. The Turn brought glimmers of a potential split pot, but it failed to arrive on the River.
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« Reply #11 on: February 17, 2007, 05:35:02 PM »

And in around the same minute, Maria 'Chili' Demetriou is OUT - sick of being a short stack, moving in and picking up blinds to stay level, she found , raised to 5k preflop (leaving 12k behind).  Nik Persaud, who'd just been moved to her table with towers of chips re-raised to 20k.  His reputation preceded him (she said, "He was calling everything, had chips up to here...") but this time, when she called, she found him with .  I think a King came, too, just making sure, and she's off, although not too upset seeing as she double qualified for this event, and gets to play the next one.
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« Reply #12 on: February 17, 2007, 05:38:37 PM »

Rory McHugh is OUT.

Nick Slade took most of his chips with K-T vs A-T.

But he was eventually finished off by The Welsh Wizard, Iwan Jones, whose A-K was more than enough to see of the shortstack's (and I mean VERY shortstacked) McHugh's T-9.

He was teased though, Ten first card, Ace on the Turn.

A bit more detail on the stack-destroying Nick Slade hand - I saw the chips which doubled up Nick heading his way on a board with the in front of Nick and the in front of Mchugh... I was just puzzling over what had happened when Iwan Jones says, "Look, Jen's trying to figure out where the money went in on this board...it was preflop."  A sheepish look from Nick, whose rivered Jack for the straight kind of went over his head for a few seconds before he realised he'd been given a new lease of life.
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« Reply #13 on: February 17, 2007, 05:43:46 PM »

Peter Smyth is OUT.

His flabber is very gasted too.

"The guy in Seat 1 made if 4k, I moved in with Queens for 25k and he called instantly, no hesitation, I couldn't believe it... A-J. Of course, he hit his Ace and the rest is history."

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John Vaccarella is also OUT.

Coinflip with Ian Woodley, John's Queens losing out to Ian's Big Slick.

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Also caught Stevie Rees on the rail. Nines v A-Q, Queen on flop.

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Edward Phipps and Andrew Douglas are gone too.
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« Reply #14 on: February 17, 2007, 05:44:25 PM »

Paul Moss has had a pretty good afternoon - early on eliminating Tim Blake with A-K vs. Q-J, and then getting into a three-way pot with Kings, which got him up over the 30k mark.  More chip counts after a full circuit of the Room (which now involves a kind of detour round the TV table building site...).
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