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« Reply #45 on: November 29, 2007, 11:42:05 PM »

Dan Carter knocked out Liverpool's and double GUKPT finalist Ian Nelson, it wasn't a big pot though - just the scrappy 25's & 100's which makes Carter's stack look like the table thief...


Vicky Coren is low again and ordering a glass a champagne to be brought sharpish incase SHE goes out sharpish.


Dave Colclough doubles up through a matey, on a board of

 three clubs   Dave pushed with and was called by .  Dave hit a diamond on the river to go up to about 45K.

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« Reply #46 on: November 29, 2007, 11:43:52 PM »

"This is the level that'll sort the men out from the boys," suggested an astute Floppy, and I think he might be right, as it's gone double up crazy in here as we near the end of day.

Ash Hussain was one of the unfortunate victims, an A-J versus A-Q battle of the blinds confrontation with neighbour Haran Paheerathan seeing him drop to the paltry sum of 1,275. As Ash's change was returned to him following the ineffective 7-9-9-6-4 rainbow board, he fanned out his chips dejectedly in that familiar way that shortstackers do when they've just lost a big pot.

Another double up involved Ken Wong, his chips heading in the direction of Surinder Sunar whose A-J rivered an Ace against Wong's 9-9 on an 8-K-4-T-A board. Wong still has around the 30k mark.

Bluesquare have kindly offered the chip leader of each day a free seat in next year's final, and so with no one truly running away with it, several players will be keeping a keen eye on that Brucie bonus as the day draws to a close. One of those is 'naughty' Maz Nawab, who just took a nice pot of Ketu Nathwani. With Ketu calmly check-raising (4,025 to 15,000) on a two spades Flop, Maz mulled up his options before making it 40k to play. Ketu tapped the table and quickly mucked his hand leaving Maz with a great chance of grabbing that 3.5k seat.
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« Reply #47 on: November 29, 2007, 11:45:06 PM »

one final chip count for Alan Vinson for today please, thanks!

Sorry to say Alan has biten the bullet at the last hurdle and is OUT.
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« Reply #48 on: November 29, 2007, 11:48:58 PM »

one final chip count for Alan Vinson for today please, thanks!

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Sami Yusuf moved all-in from the small blind and Alan took his chance with Two Diamonds against the big stack only to find himself in trouble versus .
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« Reply #49 on: November 29, 2007, 11:53:50 PM »

Foxy has joined the Roberto Romanello/Maz Nawab fight for the free seat for next year. All three have around 110k with around 15 minutes left. Foxy, seen here racking up the chips after calling a 13k river bet with on a , his opponent can only show .

Here he is:

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« Reply #50 on: November 30, 2007, 12:19:18 AM »

Maz Nawab is the chip leader at the end of the day winning the £3,000 seat for next year. He has around 127k, pipping Stuart Fox who had 123k, literally a blind steals difference.

Anyway we're off to sleep. Play restarts at 1.30pm. See you there.

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« Reply #51 on: November 30, 2007, 02:30:41 AM »

Chip Counts:

Mazhar Nawab   127,000
Stuart Fox   126,350
Roberto Romanello   99,825
Patrik Selin   80,675
Neil Channing   67,525
Sami Yusuf   65,300
Nathan Lee   51,725
Ali Zihni   50,750
Chris Moore   46,750
Robin Keston   43,925
Richard Herbert   42,550
James Moult   42,100
David Colclough   41,400
John Kabbaj   37,875
Carlos Walker   36,500
Eughan Odea   33,100
Mickey Wernick   32,950
Jon Heath   31,175
Ken Wong   30,875
Dan Carter   28,175
Manuel Palanca   26,450
Horace Harvey   25,575
Dan Samson   25,250
Chris Sokrati   23,675
Surinder Sunar   23,525
Ketul Nathwani   21,325
Anthony Hardy   20,975
Victoria Coren   18,875
Michael Denton   18,150
Haran Paheerathan   17,450
Alan Dean   16,800
William Martin   13,950
Gary Wilson   12,375
Ian Frazer   11,950
G Shaw   1,375
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