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« Reply #405 on: March 30, 2007, 01:42:07 AM »

That has to be the sickest hand I have ever read what a call and what a river.  My boy Chris Odle is still alive just an f.y.i and I finally know what he is wearing.  A green hoodie with diamonds and boombox's on it and a brown and beige checkered hat.  If you can find him tell him we are all rooting for him and to keep up the good work.  Love the coverage this is my new favorite site for updates on live tourneys, at least in Europe.

***edit*** he is at table 12 if that helps

Your boy... Chris Odle -- 36,000
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« Reply #406 on: March 30, 2007, 01:43:03 AM »

That has to be the sickest hand I have ever read what a call and what a river.  My boy Chris Odle is still alive just an f.y.i and I finally know what he is wearing.  A green hoodie with diamonds and boombox's on it and a brown and beige checkered hat.  If you can find him tell him we are all rooting for him and to keep up the good work.  Love the coverage this is my new favorite site for updates on live tourneys, at least in Europe.

***edit*** he is at table 12 if that helps

Cheers, and thanks for signing up. You might be interested to know that Jen and Snoopy will be covering the WPT at the Bellagio at the end of April, so might need some help with the photos. Wink

The hand turned out to be Adam's swansong, he pushed with 7-8 and got called by A-T, an Ace on the flop and no help thereafter.

Here is Shaniac (Shane Schleger), who if memory serves me correctly, is a regular on the 2+2 forums, he has Isabelle Mercier and Keith 'The Camel' Hawkins to his immediate left and has 29,350.

Ray is proving hard to find, but please bear with us.
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« Reply #407 on: March 30, 2007, 01:46:27 AM »

ray coburn is sort of well known for his stunt at EPT dublin a year and a half ago, dying his entire head green and finishing 14th



he may have already busted tho
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« Reply #408 on: March 30, 2007, 01:48:26 AM »

gud da guys great updates,u couldnt find out for me how the ShaDows are doiNG, ASH AND NICK TY
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« Reply #409 on: March 30, 2007, 01:48:50 AM »

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Thanks Thanks Thanks you guys are wonderful, Cheers.
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« Reply #410 on: March 30, 2007, 01:50:22 AM »

Blue Square Bolton GUKPT winner, Praz Bansi, is OUT.

My head's a bit mangled and overloaded with poker, so I apologise if this is slightly off, but the gist is that Praz got his chips in with 9-6 on a K-9-4-x (2 spades) board was beaten by Ace high which I believe hit a flush on the River.
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« Reply #411 on: March 30, 2007, 01:51:43 AM »

ray coburn is sort of well known for his stunt at EPT dublin a year and a half ago, dying his entire head green and finishing 14th



he may have already busted tho

I remember him from Dublin the following year... see here for a photo. Is this him?



If yes, I haven't spotted him today, which would suggest that he's already out.

However, I'll keep an eye out just in case.
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« Reply #412 on: March 30, 2007, 01:55:51 AM »

Getting It Quietly News Now:

Julian Gardner (50k) and Jeff Rogers (44,650) have been rather overlooked in the general craziness of this start day - not to say that they haven't been involved in some big pots, perhaps even dramatic ones, but they're both looking like finishing the day with comfortable stacks and minimal fuss.  The cameras might be round Hellmuth getting a massage, but I wouldn't be surprised to see Julian (pictured) going to day 25 or whatever counts as 'deep' here.
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« Reply #413 on: March 30, 2007, 01:59:28 AM »

Other counts from mid-way through the final level of the day:

Joe Beevers (pictured)  65,000
Rick Wild           37,000
Patrik Antonius   77,000
Isabelle Mercier   12,100
Keith Hawkins     26,500
Ram Vaswani      32,000
Arnaud Mattern   24,000
Devilfish              16,000
Des Jonas           12,700
William Thorsson  50,000
Osman Mustanoglu   OUT  (saw only the winning hand - with a nine on the board - sorry no more information)
Tony Bloom           OUT
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« Reply #414 on: March 30, 2007, 01:59:50 AM »

yes that is him

i will assume he is BUSTO and consoling adam junglen =)
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« Reply #415 on: March 30, 2007, 02:06:09 AM »

yes that is him

i will assume he is BUSTO and consoling adam junglen =)

I can't find him sorry. Shaniac says to all by the way.
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« Reply #416 on: March 30, 2007, 02:09:37 AM »

25 minutes remaining, on this the last level of Day 1B. 190 remain at the moment, the blinds being 200/400 with a 50 ante.
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« Reply #417 on: March 30, 2007, 02:10:45 AM »

Prize pool, all in €'s.

1   1,825,010
2   1,061,820
3   610,550
4   471,180
5   391,550
6   305,270
7   238,910
8   159,270
9   99,550
10   99,550
11   66,360
12   66,360
13   49,770
14   49,770
15   39,820
16   39,820
17   33,180
18   33,180
19   33,180
20   33,180
21   33,180
22   33,180
23   33,180
24   33,180
25   26,550
26   26,550
27   26,550
28   26,550
29   26,550
30   26,550
31   26,550
32   26,550
33   23,230
34   23,230
35   23,230
36   23,230
37   23,230
38   23,230
39   23,230
40   23,230
41   19,910
42   19,910
43   19,910
44   19,910
45   19,910
46   19,910
47   19,910
48   19,910
49   16,590
50   16,590
51   16,590
52   16,590
53   16,590
54   16,590
55   16,590
56   16,590
57   13,270
58   13,270
59   13,270
60   13,270
61   13,270
62   13,270
63   13,270
64   13,270
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« Reply #418 on: March 30, 2007, 02:11:30 AM »

any more news on Richard "strummer" Herbert please.

great reports as always thank you
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« Reply #419 on: March 30, 2007, 02:12:56 AM »

Getting It Quietly News Now:

Julian Gardner (50k) and Jeff Rogers (44,650) have been rather overlooked in the general craziness of this start day - not to say that they haven't been involved in some big pots, perhaps even dramatic ones, but they're both looking like finishing the day with comfortable stacks and minimal fuss.  The cameras might be round Hellmuth getting a massage, but I wouldn't be surprised to see Julian (pictured) going to day 25 or whatever counts as 'deep' here.
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Jeff Rogers went out literally in the first 30 minutes in Dortmund, J-8-3 board he had Eights, his opponent Jacks. Good to see him going good.
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