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« Reply #15 on: March 29, 2007, 05:34:30 PM »

Torstein Iversen -- 12,000

Bertrand Grospellier -- 11,325
Dilba D -- 6,200
Jeff Lisandro -- 5,725
Willie Tann -- 8,525
E Kollmann -- 34,275
Alexandre Strandli -- 9,525

Isabelle Mericer -- 17,900
Keith Hawkins -- 18,475
Rory Matthews -- 9,550
Paul Alterman -- 5,350

Arnaud Mattern -- 5,350
Ram Vaswani -- 32,175

Jan Heitman -- 23,425

Mats Iremark -- 7,175
Jim Reid -- 21,450

Peter Gould -- 7,250
Phil Hellmuth -- 20,125

Nick Jenkins -- 33,400
Richard Herbert -- 6,900
Jim Kerrigan -- 21,350

Richard Ashby --- 20,300

Paul Linton -- 25,650
Julian Gardner -- 24,575
Jerome Bradpiece -- 4,825

Ds Jonas -- 8,400
Richard Waters -- 16,450
Michael Murphy -- 12,100

Patrik Antonius -- 23,600
Bjorn Erick Glenne -- 61,950

Praz Bansi -- 15,325
Lee Nelson -- 11,250
Richard Wild -- 19,925

Mickey Wernick -- 21,500
Mel Judah -- 13,150

Michael Keiner -- 10,875
Ali Masterman -- 11,250

Vanessa Rousso -- 1,100

Tore Lagerborg -- couldn't see
Michaela Johansson -- 14,250
Roberto Romanello -- 9,500
William Thorsson -- 23,350

Tony Chessa -- 8,350
Karl Mahrenholz -- 6,500
Anders Berg -- 12,925

David Benyamine -- 26,950
Vicky Coren -- 21,775
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« Reply #16 on: March 29, 2007, 05:46:09 PM »

Here's a little DTD chip count for you:

Mikka -- 15,475
Michael Murphy -- 14,325
Richard Ashby -- 16,600
Kirderf -- 16,225
Michael Grecco -- 13,200
Kevin O'Connell -- Missing, presumed lost.
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« Reply #17 on: March 29, 2007, 06:08:50 PM »

Mark Hawkins is OUT. Found Aces vs. A-Q, but the A-Q flopped a Flush and all the money went in.

Richard Redmond is also gone, running Ace King into Aces on Ace high Flop. Ace on Turn. All-in.

No sign of Henning Granstad or Brian Townsend either.


Ian Woodley -- 12,300
Xuyen Pham -- 9,500
Frederik Holstrup Pedersen -- 21,600

Tony Bloom -- 15,125
Surinder Sunar -- 11,875
Mick Clarke -- 15,350

Azad Pirooti -- 6,300
Jeff Rogers -- 31,100

John Kabbaj -- 15,050
Philip Yeh -- 4,450
Martin De Knijff -- 14,125
Marc Goodwin -- 3,450
William Chen -- 16,375

Rumit Somaiya -- 28,000
Sverre Sundbo -- 15,325
Michael Greco -- 14,850

Ross Boatman -- 14,125
B Cohen -- 16,175
Age Spets -- 5,950

Chad Brown -- 24,175
Gus Hansen -- 34,900
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« Reply #18 on: March 29, 2007, 06:39:46 PM »

The bemused look on Gus Hansen's face is down to the fact that Juha Helppi is OUT. With the board reading Two Diamonds his opponent, (shown here on the left of Gus) pushed all-in on the river, covering Juha, who dwelt for absolute ages and called and was immediately shown for the flopped nuts. Juha mucked his hand and briskly left the table. One of the other players wanted to see the cards and a ruling was called for, Juha's hand was shown as , which really shocked everyone, especially Gus, who couldn't stop saying, "Wow.."
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« Reply #19 on: March 29, 2007, 06:50:38 PM »

PI Slade strikes again, using all his detective skills that he learnt as a maverick cop before he went rogue and became "PI Slade".

He limped in with and, along with another player, called Mads Andersen's raise.

Flop:



Nick check-called a 1.2k bet from Mads, the other player folded.

Turn:



Nick check-called a 2.5k bet this time.

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Nick checked, Mads bet 7.5k with only 4k behind. Nick reasoned that he could only be behind to a pair of eights rivering the straight, and called, correctly when Mads showed Ace King.

Smiling Age Spets has doubled up, pushing on the turn of a board with and getting a call from .
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« Reply #20 on: March 29, 2007, 07:04:46 PM »

Ali Masterman has doubled up to 22k after flopping a straight with 6-7 on a rainbow flop of 8-9-T, smooth calling a bet and then calling an all-in from his opponent's J-rag. Blank on River.

David Benyamine -- 34,775
Karl Mahrenholz -- 8,050
Richard Wild -- 19,000
Azad Pirooti -- 4,500
Bjorn Erik Glenne -- 58,900
Ali Masterman -- 22,000
Julain Gardner -- 22,000
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« Reply #21 on: March 29, 2007, 07:38:13 PM »

Thomas Fourgeron, who is very popular with the French press (although less so now) is OUT.

He mucked on the River, but I think he was in a spot of bother, his opponent holding Tens on a 4-4-x-x-T board.
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« Reply #22 on: March 29, 2007, 08:52:01 PM »

Dave Mobbs has doubled up in simple fashion.

Mobbs =

Joey Lovelday =

Board =

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Meanwhile, Joe Beevers has eliminated an opponent with on a board of Two Diamonds and an all-in on the River of 7k.
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« Reply #23 on: March 29, 2007, 09:10:45 PM »

John Gale just lost a chunky 10k pot or so. He bet 4.5k on the turn of a board into a pot of around 6k, at this point his opponent moved in and John was forced to fold.
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« Reply #24 on: March 29, 2007, 09:32:34 PM »

Chip Counts as they headed into the Break they're currently on (don't worry if your request doesn't appear - about a third of the room left to search when they got up and flooded towards the exit):

Joe Beevers       45,000
Mads Andersen    8,200
Nick Slade          33,500
Jonas Molander   19,250
John Gale           14,800
ElkY                   7,100
Dilba Demurbarg   14,150
Willie Tann           10,700
Isabelle Mercier     7,650
Keith Hawkins      15,150
Paul Alterman       6,850
Ram Vaswani        33,000
Surinder Sunar     13,550
Arnaud Mattern    19,000  (currently being massaged; looks relaxed)
Devilfish               43,000  (unless his DEVIL and FISH gold knuckledusters, strategically placed at the bottom of his blue 1k chips are hiding any 5k ones)
Paul Testud          1,300
Roy Brindley         38,500
Tony Bloom         15,200
Osman Mustanoglu  20,600
Des Jonas              9,400
Phil Hellmuth          15,400  (just paid off a rivered flush; only 2k, but worth a hands-in-the-air and slight table bang)
Andy Black             46,500
Iwan Jones            22,600
Torstein Iversen      9,275
Jim Kerrigan           10,125
Nick Jenkins           29,650
Richard Herbert      60,000+  (Jim Kerrigan said he's had Aces three times - more on this in a minute)
Praz Bansi              21,250
Xuyen Pham          10,000
Ian Woodley          19,200
Bruno Fitoussi       5,825
Jan Heitmann        11,500
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« Reply #25 on: March 29, 2007, 09:43:19 PM »

is Azad's lack of presence on the chip count list down to the fact he's out or not?

He just went out this minute - champion lazy person BA Kildalen called him when I asked if he was still in the tournament - saying, "He was short stacked and saw a flop of 6-7-Q which suited his 8-0 pretty much good, bet 500, raise to 1,500, all-in (+100 chips), his opponent held 6-7 and the turn and river were 2-6."

So there you have it.
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« Reply #26 on: March 29, 2007, 09:52:20 PM »

Anders Berg has 21k, I've just spotted him up on one of the upper-tier tables...

Elsewhere, Praz, Micky Wernick, Nick Jenkins and Jim Kerrigan are all sharing a table together.
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« Reply #27 on: March 29, 2007, 09:54:03 PM »

The exits continue with one-hand Rumit's [Snoopy's nickname not mine] (now one-day Rumit, perhaps)?

He had a good start, up to 34k at one point, but knocked back to under the starting stack and he picked up Kings.  He raised in mid-position, gathering three callers.  THe flop came down 2-4-8, he bet 2k, one caller clung on.  Turn 9.  He bet 5k, and called when he was raised all in for about the same again.  Resignedly looking at his opponent's 9-9, he missed his two outs and was in a hurry to get out the revolving door when I caught him in the break.  And not because revolving doors are just the most enjoyable form of exit.

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« Reply #28 on: March 29, 2007, 10:07:13 PM »

Bad Girl had the best start out of the lot, today, perhaps, but is back to under 11k after another unsuccessful ... hers raised to 800 preflop, found a re-raise to 3k, made it 8k and then when it was back to her to call the guy all in for 18k, she went for it, finding the unexpected against her.  The time the Ace on the flop hurts most is probably when you've got it in with Kings, and she's now in worse-than average shape. 

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Meanwhile, John Gale is down to the felt after his Kings failed to outdraw Aces.

Board = two hearts
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« Reply #29 on: March 29, 2007, 10:32:59 PM »

Bluff Magazine Player of the Year, Chad Brown is now chip leader with a stonking 121k having just busted two players, one being Gus Hansen, the other being the Mr Celine Dion guy.

I didn't catch the preflop action, all I saw was the chips in the middle with the board reading 

Hansen:



Mr Dion:



The Chad:



Turn:



River:



Phil Helmuth has doubled up, he had 8-8 on a A-4-A-8-3 board yet still managed a decent dwell on the river when he was put all-in.
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