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« Reply #210 on: August 08, 2008, 12:24:27 AM »

A few last level chip counts for you to feast your beady eyes on:

Adam Stoneham -- 72,500
Paul Foltyn -- 50,000
Graham Wheldon -- 16,650
Chris Moorman -- 56,000
Alex Martin -- 32,000
Iwan Jones -- 60,150
Martin Green -- 35,500
Tracey Dell -- 11,250
James Dempsey -- 58,000
Dave Clark -- 17,900
Barry Carter -- 2,500
Ian Cox -- 60,200
Martyn Cavanagh -- 11,000
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« Reply #211 on: August 08, 2008, 12:29:26 AM »

Barry Carter is the first victim of the final level and thus won't be returning for day two. Although I only caught the very end of the hand, he was initially crippled by neighbour and fellow short-stacker Nick Gibson when the latter's from the cut-off rivered a pair on a three diamonds board to topple Barry's in the small blind. Judging by the hands, I can only assume it went in preflop.

A few hands later, and Barry was out.
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« Reply #212 on: August 08, 2008, 12:39:11 AM »

Barry Carter is the first victim of the final level and thus won't be returning for day two. Although I only caught the very end of the hand, he was initially crippled by neighbour and fellow short-stacker Nick Gibson when the latter's from the cut-off rivered a pair on a three diamonds board to topple Barry's in the small blind. Judging by the hands, I can only assume it went in preflop.

A few hands later, and Barry was out.

Left with jsut 2.2 k after that hand he managed to double up with versus Adam Stoneham's K-J flopping trips but his luck couldn't hold as he pushed to double again with A-3, but his opponent's A-T was in no mood to be outdone and a Ten on the turn sealed Mr Carter's fate.

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« Reply #213 on: August 08, 2008, 12:41:31 AM »

Here are the counts from the end of level 8, delivered to us via that most Raaby of the Jon population, Mr Jon Raab. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.


12   4   608   Stoneham, A   71200
16   7   1002   Jelinek, Steve   69300
18   1   804   Dempsey, James   66200
16   8   1404   Jones, Iwan   64025
12   6   1408   Cox, Ian   61900
15   6   707   Livett, Danny   56300
18   8   1808   Bethune, Neil   55950
17   5   1402   Rogers, Jeffery   53300
17   4   1705   Gregory, David   50850
18   9   706   Bickerton, Craig   48325
12   1   1302   Furse, Richard   47100
9   6   906   Mihail, Andreas   45450
17   2   1110   Foltyn, Paul   42100
11   10   1902   Purewal, Gurinde   41450
15   7   1507   Persaud, Nikhil   40200
17   3   1709   Frazer, Ian   39100
16   4   1604   Robinson, Martin   37600
15   9   1108   Trickett, Sam   35450
11   6   1401   Mackay, Anthony   35000
16   9   1609   Flanders, Tim   34225
15   1   1904   Moorman, Chris   32850
9   9   1605   Wernick, Mickey   32600
17   1   1307   Jonas, Desmond   31600
15   5   202   Zahour, Mohammed   31100
9   4   2007   Eminoglu, Yucel   31025
18   5   205   Scott, Richard   29150
16   10   610   Piper, Michael   28125
11   4   1104   Farrel, Ian   27750
12   2   1908   Ellinas, Panicos   26625
16   5   805   Davis, Alan   26425
9   1   401   Chapman, Anthony   25200
15   2   208   Flanders, Phillipa   25150
15   4   1504   Tucker, Steve   23475
15   8   1508   Macit, Ergun   23350
9   3   1910   Litman, Bernard   22700
11   1   1306   Yusuf, Sami   22700
11   7   1107   Warnes, Andy   22525
11   9   1909   Martin, William   22500
18   10   209   Rogers, Graham   21125
16   2   110   Andreou, Andy   20850
12   7   1207   Brown, Jon   19300
17   6   409   Wheldon, Graham   19275
16   3   1301   Binstock, David   18900
18   7   103   Ringe, Tony   18600
17   9   506   Sargeant, David   18525
16   1   505   Bradshaw, Andy   17700
11   3   406   Frew, Hugh   16475
9   8   502   Gryko, Richard   14875
17   8   909   Bowden, Iain   14850
9   7   907   Seear, David   14775
18   4   1804   Kyriacou, Christo   14200
18   3   1803   Dell, Tracey   13400
15   10   1710   Moore, Mike   13225
9   2   802   Pearson, Trevor   12950
12   3   807   Anderson, Dave   12950
12   10   1407   Cavanagh, Martyn   12275
9   5   1007   O'Kearney, Dara   12225
17   7   503   Ali, Mohammed   12125
12   9   1209   Carter, Barry   11575
11   8   509   Buntyn, Clevedon   11550
12   5   102   Mildon, Philip   11450
18   6   105   Jarvis, Martin   10650
11   2   1102   Whittingham, Howa   10025
16   6   1601   Galloway, Simon   9525
12   8   604   Gibson, Nick   9200
18   2   2004   Clark, David   8000
11   5   1309   Ellis, Rob   7675
15   3   306   Bellamy, Paul   5675


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« Reply #214 on: August 08, 2008, 12:50:18 AM »

Quality updates

Thanks guys!!
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« Reply #215 on: August 08, 2008, 12:52:38 AM »

Flushy's stack has moved a little further in the wrong direction. Raising with T-8 off to 2.5k, a shortstack pushed behind for an amount Flushy couldn't pass to so he made the call.

The flop fell out a surprisingly pretty Q-J-9 giving Flushy a close to unassailable 2nd nut straight but by the river his shortstacked opponent had made a flush. None of the table appeared to notice this, a chorus of "bad lucks" and "good games" almost sending him to the door, but a reluctant Flushy felt it encumbent on him to point out the error of their ways and the player returned to the felt buoyed by a double up and having taken a nibble out of Flushy's stack, reduced to a still respectable 55,000.

Flushy was most annoyed by the fact he was forced to call with his T-8.

"There goes my image" he said with a sigh and a surprising lack of sarcasm in his voice.

My response was predictable.

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« Reply #216 on: August 08, 2008, 12:57:10 AM »

As Alan Stearn makes his exit, he is closely followed by Mike Moore who fell at the hands of 'sicko' Nik Persaud. I suppose you have to win your coin-flips to final these events, and Nik Persaud found his coin buttered on the right side as his pocket tens survived a blank board against Moore's inferior K-Q.

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« Reply #217 on: August 08, 2008, 01:02:37 AM »

As I trundled over to the far end of the room, I was lured to one particular table by an array of ooh and aahs. The recipient of these sounds was Tracey Dingdell, who, although initially locked in a classic 50-50 battle, departed in rather more gut-wrenching form. All in against A-K, she needed her pocket queens to hold on, and although a flopped ace was followed by a dramatic queen on the turn, a cruel ten hit the river to give her opponent a straight on a J-A-x-Q-T board.
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« Reply #218 on: August 08, 2008, 01:08:07 AM »

More last level drama now as Tim Flanders finds himself all in against Iwan Jones. Although Iwan momentarily contemplated a fold to the final push with his , he eventually made the call only to be shown .

Tim looked understandably confident until the flop came a nerve-jangling ...



But Flanders had obviously been saying his prayers as the turn and river came a non-club and .



"You made me sweat there," commented Tim.
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« Reply #219 on: August 08, 2008, 01:09:24 AM »

Paul Bellamy has also been eliminated from today's event.
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« Reply #220 on: August 08, 2008, 01:11:59 AM »

On a flop, Bernard Litman pushed all in with , but was picked off by Dara O'Kearney's . turn and river was of no aid and Litman was gone. Yucel Eminoglu (pictured sandwiched between the two players) apparently folded A-J on the flop.

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« Reply #221 on: August 08, 2008, 01:20:48 AM »

And just as Rod and I trundle back into the cardroom, the final whistle is blown and the chips are counted out. We've been assured by the Raabster that the chip counts will magically appear over night, but until then, you're just going to have to amuse yourselves (nothing grubby, please) and wait patiently until 2pm tomorrow when it will all... start... over... again.

"Forkage," as Junglecat said.

 
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« Reply #222 on: August 08, 2008, 01:25:22 AM »

As Snoopy said, the chip counts should be transferred across the ether shortly for us to excite you with, but as we sign off temporarily here's a last bit of titillation for your delectation.

Given Chris Moorman's good performance today, rising steadily up through the chip ranks, here is a bit of norkage dedicated to the man, the myth, the moorman.



 
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« Reply #223 on: August 08, 2008, 01:25:37 AM »


Great Updates, well done, & get it won, Flushy.
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« Reply #224 on: August 08, 2008, 01:29:59 AM »

Trickett,  pab and flushy count please. One of these will def final.
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