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« Reply #15 on: January 18, 2008, 03:29:33 PM »

Is Allin J Rappaport wearing tails and have a large cigar clenched between his teeth and a bigger moustache than Red-dog ?
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« Reply #16 on: January 18, 2008, 03:35:49 PM »

Thnaks for the updates awesome as usual yesterday.
Please can you wish Roberto, Dan Owston, Ghassan Elhoss and Rudders gl from me. (Hope I havnt missed any of the welsh out!!)
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« Reply #17 on: January 18, 2008, 03:39:41 PM »

Is Allin J Rappaport wearing tails and have a large cigar clenched between his teeth and a bigger moustache than Red-dog ?

No, he's not even here, but please feel free to post your own groucho marx photos and/or photoshop efforts.

Meanwhile, some poker has been played, some of it well, some of it frankly inexplicably. Almost as soon as I'd entered the cardroom, I witnessed the bizarre exit of Mr Guy Steel (below, walking off, possibly consumed with shame). To be fair to the man, I didn't actually see what happened in the early stages of the hand, but when I joined them at the table, Steel was all in on a two hearts flop and a gent two to his left (apparently a late entry so he's not on the list, but I think we saw him having problems signing into the casino; if it's the same guy he's called Hoang) was dwelling up. Eventually he called.

Hoang - - hmm, ok, pretty loose at this stage, I guess, but -

Steel -  - ummm

Turn and river - and respectively. O-kay...

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« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2008, 03:45:36 PM »

Another notable exit, this one courtesy of Phil from AWOP who's currently sending rude replies to Junglecat's emails while he's out of the room, is that of Michael Arnold.

Apparently Dave Smith bet 600 on a Two Clubs three clubs flop and Arnold called. Matthew Franklin made it 3.5k and Smith got out of the way but Arnold called.

The turn comes and Franklin shoves; Arnold calls.

Arnold - and the the 5 of something for the made straight on the flop

Franklin - for the made flush.

Here is early foldee in this hand and Last Year's Winner Dave Smith:

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« Reply #19 on: January 18, 2008, 03:46:17 PM »

great updates yesterday you two

please pass on my best wishes to my favourite 2 daves..mr.smith and mr.colclough
would love to see greek jack get a result too.
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« Reply #20 on: January 18, 2008, 03:51:30 PM »

updates please

Danny Samson, Luton talker

Max Wilfred, Luton qualifier

Rob Garfield, Luton terror

and picture please, update if you wish...cough..splutter...Liv Boeree

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« Reply #21 on: January 18, 2008, 03:52:32 PM »

wheres all the welsh gang?Huh?
iwan jones ,martin kavanagh ect,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,or dont they like brighton,,,,
good luck to """""ROBERTO THEFISHFRYING ROMANELLO"""" welsh/italian
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« Reply #22 on: January 18, 2008, 03:55:57 PM »

Another hand from Table Last Year's Winner:

The board reads and Koroush Nikkhahe (prize for anyone who can spell that out phonetically for me - Junglecat's best effort has been "Caress My Car Key") bets 1600. After some considerable dwelling, he folds, and is shown a third Six to make the Devil's own trips for his trouble. "Did I make a good fold?" chirps up Roberto Romanello, "Q-6?" Obviously no-one believes him, but the little smile from Nikkhahe suggests that he may well have been holding a full house.

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« Reply #23 on: January 18, 2008, 03:58:21 PM »

updates please
Max Wilfred, Luton qualifier



I see a RObert Wilfred on the list - is that him?
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« Reply #24 on: January 18, 2008, 04:05:38 PM »

Other Update Favourites/People Who Have Amused Me So Far Today:


Blondepoker Waterford Adventure Finallist Rob Taylor:




Paul Parker, Whose Shirt Today Really Looks Like He's Vomited On It:

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This Man Is Wearing A Funny Hat:




Mr Kevin O'Leary With Highly Appropriate Reading Material:

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Mr Dave "Dave Colclough" Colclough:

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The Rutter, almost unrecognisable sans scarf:

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Sharing a table with The Rutter, Mr Jonothon Butters, shortly before being knocked down by a speeding Volvo with its headlights on full beam:

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Mr Ali Mallu, shortly before being knocked down by a speeding Volvo with its headlights on full beam:




Mr Chris Moorman, about whom I have not yet thought of anything funny to say:

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« Reply #25 on: January 18, 2008, 04:08:35 PM »

updates please
Max Wilfred, Luton qualifier



I see a RObert Wilfred on the list - is that him?


one and the same, goes by the name of Max, thanks
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« Reply #26 on: January 18, 2008, 04:09:39 PM »

Another hand from Table Last Year's Winner:

The board reads and Koroush Nikkhahe (prize for anyone who can spell that out phonetically for me - Junglecat's best effort has been "Caress My Car Key") bets 1600. After some considerable dwelling, he folds, and is shown a third Six to make the Devil's own trips for his trouble. "Did I make a good fold?" chirps up Roberto Romanello, "Q-6?" Obviously no-one believes him, but the little smile from Nikkhahe suggests that he may well have been holding a full house.

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Take it u guys have never played with Kouresh then lol
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« Reply #27 on: January 18, 2008, 04:09:52 PM »

man with funny hat= Roger Brush..Walsall/Broadway regular
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« Reply #28 on: January 18, 2008, 04:11:22 PM »

Another hand from Table Last Year's Winner:

The board reads and Koroush Nikkhahe (prize for anyone who can spell that out phonetically for me - Junglecat's best effort has been "Caress My Car Key") bets 1600. After some considerable dwelling, he folds, and is shown a third Six to make the Devil's own trips for his trouble. "Did I make a good fold?" chirps up Roberto Romanello, "Q-6?" Obviously no-one believes him, but the little smile from Nikkhahe suggests that he may well have been holding a full house.

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Take it u guys have never played with Kouresh then lol

Most likely to have played with 62os or 63os lol
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« Reply #29 on: January 18, 2008, 04:11:58 PM »

The early levels of poker events tend to be replete with slightly bleary-eyed and tired players, quietly working their way through the shallow blinded levels until the more exciting later levels kick in and they awake from their lethargic slumber and begin to chatter and move chips about more animatedly.

There are exceptions to this rule of course. Roberto Romanello is one of the obvious examples of this... As I traversed the rows of zombie-esque players, many of who seem barely concious, Roberto's stream of incessant chatter immediately drew my attention...

He was involved in a pot with Dave Smith on a flop and Dave had just moved in for 2k or so...

"What have you got Dave? You want a call? I can't beat much! Do you have T-J? I can beat that! Do you have a pair??"

"I don't have a pair" Dave told him before Roberto laughed "How can I fold?" and called.

"I've got trips" said Dave to a ripple of laughter from the assembled onlookers drawn in by Roberto's patter like moths to a loud, welsh light.

"Haha, I'm drawing dead then" said Roberto showing to Dave's rather juicy Q-Q set...



Dave "Dubai" Shallow was quiet, looking like he may have had a late one (or two) recently. Tut tut!

Still, he also looked as if he might have added a chip or two to his quietly growing stack at this early stage so perhaps it is all a cunningly designed ploy...



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