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« Reply #15 on: January 19, 2008, 04:22:28 PM »

--------- SHORT BREAK ---------

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« Reply #16 on: January 19, 2008, 04:52:33 PM »

Play has resumed and we should have chip counts from the end of level 11 shortly. Current chip leader is Joe Grech.

Meanwhile there is some confusion - I thought the guy below was Lam Trinh, and he exited as I reported earlier. However, Jon Raab is convinced that Lam Trinh just didn't show up today and has been blinded away for the past few hours. Can anyone confirm this cahp's identity one way or the other?


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« Reply #17 on: January 19, 2008, 04:55:46 PM »

End Of Level 11 Full Chip Counts, from our friends at Bluesquare:

Table   Seat   ID   Player   End of Level 11
2   4   503    Josef Grech   239500
4   8   408    Talal Shakerchi   184500
4   9   409    Roberts Cowen   174100
2   3   203    Karim Louis   139100
3   3   303    Niall Charlton   124100
3   4   801    Robert Garfield   113200
2   1   603    Michael Fletcher   110800
5   3   804    Woody Deck   103600
1   1   101    James Reid   100000
5   7   507    Paul Gardner   90400
5   9   204    Josh Tyler   87500
1   2   102    David Colclough   87400
5   2   502    Dave Shallow   82800
2   2   202    James Atkin   79700
1   5   105    John Eames   68500
1   9   608    Andrew Cunningham-Brown   64400
3   9   704    Darren Grosvenor   62100
4   4   806    Steve Jelinek   57300
3   6   306    Dan Carter   53700
2   8   208    Nik Persaud   53500
4   7   407    Julian Thew   51600
4   1   601    Ian Woodley   49500
3   2   609    Simon Wickenden   48700
1   8   108    Jerome O'Shea   47900
1   3   103    Stephen Slavin   46500
5   4   504    Alan Dean   45900
3   8   308    Ross Campbell   41900
5   8   508    Fabio Esposito   40700
4   3   403    Jen Mason   38300
2   5   205    Clive Layton   38100
5   5   708    Micheal Bolger   31900
5   6   506    Farbod Javad   31600
4   2   602    Luke Trotman   29100
2   6   206    Duncan Meyer   28700
5   1   702    Jason Powell   27800
1   6   604    Jonothon Butters   27100
3   1   301    Mark Bointon   24900
3   5   305    Marcus Bebb-Jones   24500
2   7   607    Colin Linton   22400
1   4   705    Paul Garrad   21700
1   7   107    Robert Boon   20800
4   5   405    Neil Fox   9800
4   6   701    Lam Trinh   6200
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« Reply #18 on: January 19, 2008, 05:00:52 PM »

Josh Tyler checks an flop and Alan Dean bets 5k. Tyler calls.

Turn - - Tyler checks again and Dean shoves for 25 or 30k.

Josh dwells up. "I hate this game," he says, and the clock is called on him. He folds, and is then quiet for at least 20 seconds before stealing the blinds next hand announcing that his intention is to dominate the table.
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« Reply #19 on: January 19, 2008, 05:05:45 PM »

Has Jen taken a hit or are those chip counts pre accumulation of chip-lead-threatening-stack?

She took a BIIIIGGG hit, apparently she lost a 90k pot just before the break, but she has recently knocked Ian Woodley out so is making some kind of comeback. Junglecat has more details, I think.
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« Reply #20 on: January 19, 2008, 05:28:18 PM »


Great updates guys....good to see (i think because Ive seen him around) a Brighton player still in the hunt in the form of Roberts cowan....

Just a quick question for the Jungle Cat.....did u manage to get the turtle back from the neighbours balcony as a result of another flushy blunder?

I know how much that fluffy little dude meant to you!

The turtle was used as a pawn in the never ending power struggle between myself and flushy. An innocent casualty of war, he was captured by our neighbour and an unsuccessful SAS operation to recover him (involving dangling a piece of rope over the edge of our balcony) failed, meaning he is missing, presumed dead.

Flushy is a moron, it neverends, but I must move on. Thanks for the concern though!



As soon as I express how well I feel Jen is doing, she loses a mega pot where she passes top 2 with A-K on a K-x-T-A turn.

It's an interesting hand, I'm not quite sure who it was played against but it involved Jen raising preflop then betting out with her A-K on the K-x-T board. She was check raised by villain, before making a VERY large 3 bet, which was flat called...

On the arrival of the turn A, villain moved in for his, and also her CONSIDERABLE stack and she passed...Interesting, she felt like he had a set/ straight here. I'm not 100% sure I agree....what do you guys think?


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« Reply #21 on: January 19, 2008, 05:30:32 PM »



Steve Jelinek is doing well, winning a big pot when he made a greata call on the river of a with 5-2, which was good against Ian Woodley's bluff with Q-T. "How could you call?" lamented Woodley...

Jen was also in this hand but was sandwiched on the river and passed a 9 to Ian's bet, fearing Jelinek waiting to act behind. She looked quite gutted after this hand and after finding herself with 100k+ earlier, she now was down to 40k or so...


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« Reply #22 on: January 19, 2008, 05:40:38 PM »

Baconhair-Jen's play may have been slightly streaky so far but her feeling of malaise was swiftly cured however as she found the now relatively short stacked Ian Woodley raising in late position.

Jen looked down to find a manly pair of cowboys staring back at her and moved allin. The pot committed Ian Woodley called, showing the limp but not yet done A-6.

The board filled up with a series of inconsequential cards that changed nothing meaning Jen receives a healthy boost to her stack whilst the inimitable and loud but not unpleasant Ian Woodley is OUT!

Never one to give an opponent the rub-down, there were no rind-ups from Jen for Ian(despite the fact he mocked her for "just being a girl" earlier) , but a quick shake of the hands and Jen was almost back to having a pig stack again...


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« Reply #23 on: January 19, 2008, 05:43:39 PM »

Yep the pictured player is indeed Gutshot's own (Dealer) Stevie Z, who final tabled at the London Poker Masters at the Clerkenwell Club a few weeks ago

Excellent, thanks everyone who knew that, apologies for saying he was Trinh. Does anyone know where Trinh is? I think he has about 3k left if he fancies it...
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« Reply #24 on: January 19, 2008, 05:52:45 PM »

Mick Fletcher button-raises to 6k; apparently no-one takes him seriously as both SB James Atkin and BB Karim Louis call. However, they both check the  Raiser's Flop, and give it up when Fletcher bets 8k, Louis folding pocket Fives face up. "That's the last time I give you chips," vows Atkin. Fletcher is not afraid.

Incidentally I understand that Mick's recently taken a 15k hit, although I don't know the details.
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« Reply #25 on: January 19, 2008, 05:57:16 PM »

By the way, the gent to whom Jen earlier lost that massive hand is one Talal Shakerchi.

Both yesterday and today he made bold statements with his choice of polo shirts. I don't know if that helps you read anything into what his hand might have been.
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« Reply #26 on: January 19, 2008, 05:57:27 PM »

Julian's slow start has soon been reversed.

A couple of key hands include one where he knocked out the very short Neil Fox (incidentally a well known Brighton local player - not the chubby capital one ) in a 4-4 v K-J match up...

Not long after, the aggressive Dave Shallow raised it up from middle position and Julian re-raised from the big blind. Dave instantly moved in and Julian instantly called,.

Dubai was holding A-10, Julian a spiffing pair of Kings, which duly held, plummenting Julian up towards the higher echelons of the leaderboard whilst Dubai, who has had a difficult first period of Day 2 has seen his stack reduced yet again...

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« Reply #27 on: January 19, 2008, 06:00:09 PM »

Josh Tyler bets 9k or so utg, only for Michael Bolger to go all in. He folds.
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« Reply #28 on: January 19, 2008, 06:08:21 PM »

Dan Carter is OUT, most very unfortunately. Not sure what the preflop action was as I only scuttled over when I heard "All in!", but Carter was all in on a raggy flop with looking nice against Karim Louis'  . Ace duly spiked on river. Unlucky, Dan.
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« Reply #29 on: January 19, 2008, 06:28:58 PM »

As we approach the dinner break when I will be investigating the buffet, I can tell you that one more player has gone out, he being the same Luke Trotman who was previously next to Jen. Jen herself is on around 65 or 70k. Robert Cowen and Dubai are becoming increasingly aggressive in their banter with one another. The buffet will hopefully be nice. Back in 45 minutes when we'll have full chip counts. Mmm.

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