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« on: August 09, 2008, 03:15:43 AM »

Greetings once again poker enthusiasts. As with the previos days, this will be the 'At A Glance' - just the basics - thread, so if you want that little bit extra, be sure to check out our interative live update by clicking the link below:

http://blondepoker.com/forum/index.php?topic=35906.new#new

The chip counts coming into Day 2 are as follows:

David La Ronde   100425
Adam Lawler   83125
Chandra Khajuria   74675
Adam Stoneham   67300
James Dempsey   65025
James Morris   64175
Steve Jelinek   63225
Jonothon Butters   59650
Dave Gregory   59625
Paul Foltyn   58800
Dana Immanuel   58250
Sanjay Nandwani   56975
Ian Frazer   55650
Neil Bethune   55575
Paul Rigg   55100
Tim Flanders   53100
Garinder Purewal   52050
Ken Wong   51050
Ian Cox   50975
Rob Sherwood   50325
Javed Akhtar   45975
Gary Cargill   45650
Leo Kam   45100
Richard Furse   43600
James Mitchell   43550
Pippa Flanders   43250
Martin Green   41775
Tony Chapman   41725
Mo Muse   40825
Abishek Khaitan   40325
Mike Ellis   40275
Michael Manning   39975
Mark Wilson   39825
Ian Farrell   39450
Mark Suddes   39300
Stuart Barnett   39275
Jeff Rogers   39175
Jonathan Martin   38825
Christopher Kyriacou   37250
Nik Persaud   37100
Martin Robinson   37025
Andy Warnes   35425
Nick Gibson   35225
Wayne Mardle   34700
Craig Bickerton   34525
Mohammed Zahour   33950
Eddie Gaines   33500
Andrew Bradshaw   32500
Alan Davis   32475
Richard Wheatley   32450
Sam Trickett   32275
Chris Moorman   31725
Jon Brown   31725
Rob Garfield   31600
Iwan Jones   31100
Roberto Romanello   31075
William Martin   30925
Jeff Buffenbarger   30400
Graham Wheldon   30250
John Fake   29600
David Smith   29025
Desm Jonas   28550
Sami Yusef   28375
Stephen Slavin   28350
K Sole   27700
Stuart Rutter   27550
Darren Judges   27150
Mickey Wernick   27000
Dave Clark   26975
Alex Martin   26450
Andreas Mihail   25875
Dara O'Kearney   25450
Paul Campbell   25200
Paul Noury   25200
Richard Scott   25100
Martin Jarvis   24550
Steve Tucker   24500
Liam Boland   24350
Albert Sapiano   24325
Alex Loh   24300
Adam Wilkinson   23750
Peter Wigglesworth   23700
Bernard Litman   23525
Willie Tann   23400
Richard Gryko   22775
Huseyin Yilmaz   22725
Ian Bowden   22025
Tony Ringe   21425
Flemming Stensgaa   20150
Peter Arrigoni   19525
Neil Brooks   19200
David Sargeant   18675
Conan Bailey   18600
David Seear   18350
Trevor Pearson   17900
Paul Bracken   17775
Vishal Bhurtun   17525
Michael Horne   17425
Philip Mildon   17300
Aaron Short   17250
David Batty   16575
Panicos Ellinas   14150
Andrew Gibb   14150
Jerome Bradpiece   13800
Graham Rogers   11250
Kate Langshaw   10800
Billy Ngo   10075
Hugh Frew   9900
Gary Avery   8750
David Binstock   8325
Yucel Eminoglu   8125
Emma Jones   7100
Howard Whittingham   3225
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« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2008, 02:07:51 PM »

An exciting day's poker beckons if the players can negotiate the many traffic jams that have brought the south of the country to a virtual standstill.

Here's the layout of the tables. 113 players are left with their dreams of GUKPT still burning. Who will it be!

1   1   101   Jeffery Rogers   39175
1   2   102   Paul Campbell   25200
1   3   103   Paul Bracken   17775
1   4   104   Paul Rigg   55100
1   5   105   Nikhil Persaud   37100
1   6   106   Steve Jelinek   63225
1   7   107   Abhishzk Khaitan   40325
1   8   108   Aaron Short   17250
1   9   109   Mark Wilson   39825
1   10   110   Ken Wong   51050
2   1   201   Eddie Gaines   33500
2   2   202   Howard Whittingham   3225
2   3   203   Phillipa Flanders   43250
2   4   204   Michael Ellis   40275
2   5   205   Ian Cox   50975
2   6   206   Andy Warnes   35425
2   7   207   Jonothon Butters   59650
2   8   208   David Gregory   59625
2   9   209   Robert Sherwood   50325
2   10   210   Stuart Barnett   39275
3   1   301   Steve Tucker   24500
3   2   302   Stephen Slavin   28350
3   3   303   Alex Martin   26450
3   4   304   Paul Foltyn   58800
3   5   305   Javed Akhtar   45975
3   6   306   Iwan Jones   31100
3   7   307   Tony Ringe   21425
3   8   308   Mo Muse   40825
3   9   309   Kate Langshaw   10800
3   10   310   James Dempsey   65025
4   1   401   Iain Bowden   22025
4   2   402   Sami Yusuf   28375
4   3   403   Sanjay Nandwani   56975
4   4   404   David Binstock   8325
4   5   405   Chris Moorman   31725
4   6   406   David Seear   18350
4   7   407   Mark Suddes   39300
4   8   408   Trevor Pearson   17900
4   9   409   Martin Green   41775
4   10   410   James Mitchell   43550
5   1   501   Alex Loh   24300
5   2   502   Peter Wigglesworth   23700
5   3   503   Desmond Jonas   28550
5   4   504   Nick Gibson   35225
5   5   505   Michael Horne   17425
5   6   506   Robert Garfield   31600
5   7   507   Peter Arrigoni   19525
5   8   508   John Fake   29600
5   9   509   Alan Davis   32475
5   10   510   Mohammed Zahour   33950
6   1   601   Craig Bickerton   34525
6   2   602   Gurinder Purewal   52050
6   3   603   Martin Jarvis   24550
6   4   604   Christopher Kyriacou   37250
6   5   605   Adam Stoneham   67300
6   6   606   Emma Jones   7100
6   7   607   K Sole   27700
6   8   608   Dara Okearney   25450
6   9   609   Andy Bradshaw   32500
6   10   610   0   
7   1   701   Jeff Buffenbarger   30400
7   2   702   Ian Farrel   39450
7   3   703   David Smith   29025
7   4   704   Panicos Ellinas   14150
7   5   705   Andreas Mihail   25875
7   6   706   David Clark   26975
7   7   707   Huseyin Yilmaz   22725
7   8   708   Neil Bethune   55575
7   9   709   Dana Immanuel   58250
7   10   710   0   
8   1   801   Willie Tann   23400
8   2   802   Martin Robinson   37025
8   3   803   Billy Ngo   10075
8   4   804   Richard Gryko   22775
8   5   805   Hugh Frew   9900
8   6   806   Albert Sapiano   24325
8   7   807   Chandrakant Khajuria   74675
8   8   808   Jon Brown   31725
8   9   809   Mickey Wernick   27000
8   10   810   0   
9   1   901   Roberto Romanello   31075
9   2   902   Michael Manning   39975
9   3   903   Sam Trickett   32275
9   4   904   Andrew Gibb   14150
9   5   905   Yucel Eminoglu   8125
9   6   906   Graham Rogers   11250
9   7   907   Graham Wheldon   30250
9   8   908   Jerome Bradpiece   13800
9   9   909   Adam Wilkinson   23750
9   10   910   0   
10   1   1001   Flemming Stensgaard   20150
10   2   1002   Ian Frazer   55650
10   3   1003   Liam Boland   24350
10   4   1004   William Martin   30925
10   5   1005   Vishal Bhurtun   17525
10   6   1006   Richard Furse   43600
10   7   1007   James Morris   64175
10   8   1008   Paul Noury   25200
10   9   1009   David Sargeant   18675
10   10   1010   0   
11   1   1101   Gary Cargill   45650
11   2   1102   Bernard Litman   23525
11   3   1103   Leo Kam   45100
11   4   1104   Wayne Mardle   34700
11   5   1105   Tim Flanders   53100
11   6   1106   Richard Wheatley   32450
11   7   1107   Jonathan Martin   38825
11   8   1108   Adam Lawler   83125
11   9   1109   David Batty   16575
11   10   1110   0   
12   1   1201   Darran Judges   27150
12   2   1202   Gary Avery   8750
12   3   1203   Neil Brooks   19200
12   4   1204   Stuart Rutter   27550
12   5   1205   Richard Scott   25100
12   6   1206   David La ronde   100425
12   7   1207   Conan Bailey   18600
12   8   1208   Anthony Chapman   41725
12   9   1209   Philip Mildon   17300
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« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2008, 02:53:07 PM »

At 600 1200 with a running ante, stealing the blinds and antes is a big part of the game and Alex Martin attempted just that a moment or two ago, popping it up to 3.6k on Iwan Jones' big blind.

The big welshman was having none of it though, picking his stack up and moving it all into the middle, causing Alex to laugh out loud before quickly mucking his cards. Timing's everything in this game!



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« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2008, 02:58:25 PM »

As reported, the traffic jams that have plagued the motorways resulted in several late arrivals. James Dempsey was one of those, but it turns out he wasn't quite late enough as he just played out a big pot with Paul Foltyn.

He had Tens, Pab had Aces...the flop came 9 hi and once the dust had settled Flushy had lost 30k+ of his stack. "Wish I'd turned up 10 minutes later" he said glumly.

A more upbeat Pab was happily stacking the chips although he had some words of consolation for Flushy.

"I didn't want to take them off you, honest"...though I couldn't see behind him where he no doubt had a couple of fingers crossed.

Great start for Pab, not so great for Flushy, though if anyone can rebuild his stack, then James can, I'm sure.
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« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2008, 03:13:10 PM »

Nick Gibson will have been relieved to have played the opening round. Without too much delay, he saw his stack increase courtesy of Alex Loh. Pushing with pocket tens, Nick quickly made the call with jacks and subsequently hit a clinical J-7-8-K-5 rainbow board. "What a start," commented one media man watching the action as Loh made his exit. "Makes a change," replied Nick, clearly suffering from a poor run in the later stages of comps.

The next hand, Peter Wigglesworth pushed from the button with A-K, Nick showed a jack in the big blind and made the fold.



With just 3,225 at the start of play, veteran Howard Whittingham was in search of a miracle and a gentle prod from the Poker Gods, but neither emerged as his handful of chips went in with against the three diamonds of Mike Ellis. The powers that be saw need to tease though, dealing out a flop before giving the 2007 GUKPT Final champion a Broadway straight on the turn. No change on the river, and Howard was a sitting duck.



One player to endure early misfortunes was Jonathan Martin. No bad beats in sight, but a deck colder than a mother-in-law's kiss has seen his stack drop to a paltry 2,800. In his own words: "I called a preflop raise from Leo Kam with Kings, checked a queen high flop and bet 4,000 on the raggy turn. When the board paired on the river, it cost me 12,000 to find out that Leo had flopped a set of queens."

It's scant consolation, but at least he's still in, which is the best he could have hoped for after a flop like that.



At precisely the same time as Jonathan Martin was justifying the untimely demise of his stack, there was an all-in encounter on the same table that was forcing me to multi-task between listening to Jonathan and watching the showdown unfold out of the corner of my eye. My job was helped somewhat by the gasps as the flop was dealt, Adam Lawler's pocket kings being cruelly outdrawn by David Batty's pocket fives on a 5-3-8-4-7 rainbow board. His namesake was known for the odd kick in the shin and a fighting spirit, and this was emulated here as David saved his tournament life by the very skin of his teeth.



For an entertaining tournament, it's good to keep people like 'Mad Turk' Yucel Eminoglu alive, although it does require a generous board from time to time. All in for just five or six thousand, Turk and his was looking for assistance against Jerome Bradpiece's . An first card led to a yelp from the Grosvenor Walsall regular before an understandable display of anxiety and subsequent clench fists on the ensuing, but ultimately ineffective board gave the Turk the pot.
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« Reply #5 on: August 09, 2008, 03:32:57 PM »

More good news for Dana-maniacs!

Despite her late arrival, Dana turned up looking very smart and has had a great start to the day, winning a big pot with A-Q versus J-J when an Ace hit the flop and following this up with a raise, which both blinds called, before betting another Ace on the flop and both blinds follded in the face of the banjo wielding lady's aggression.

Up to 80k now, she's storming along nicely, and looking very dapper.

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« Reply #6 on: August 09, 2008, 03:39:36 PM »

Disaster for Adam Lawler, as after commencing the day as one of the chip daddies, he's gone crashing out within the space of two levels courtesy of Canadian chef Leo Kam. With the board reading Two Clubs , Leo checked-raised Adam's bet of 10,000 to 30,000 and Adam made the call. A on the turn led to Leo check-calling Adam's all-in before flipping over . Adam was understandably disappointed as he turned over . No queen on the river and Adam's plight was complete. Leo, meanwhile, has now leapt into the chip lead like a flying squirrel with a ginormous stack of 160,000. Surely a favourite to make that final, if not win the whole thing.



Adam Stoneman is out. I didn't catch the hand myself, but a reliable source informed me that it was a simple A-Q versus J-J all-in preflop jobby with the A-Q obviously failing to hit.



Although nurturing a short-stack for the day, Abishek Khaitan has finally bitten dust after getting it in with the best of it. With against , he seemed in confident spirits, but the squashed any good vibes whilst the three clubs turn and river sealed the deal. "Always a pleasure, Abi," said neighbour Nik Persaud as he departed.



We're a former GUKPT winner down, Blackpool victor Paul Bracken suffering an early fate at the hands of Gary Cargill. Again, it was a simple affair, a classic A-K versus tens encounter favouring Gary on a Q-A-5-A-6 rainbow board.



Yet more drama as the Hampstead Hammer tunes up the old banjo and fires out another twangy melody. Raising to 4,200 preflop, Dana is called in two places, one in the big blind and another in Jeff Buffenbarger on the button. On the flop, Dana fondles her chips phallically like a hesitant virgin on prom night and leads out for 7,000.

As the action reaches Jeff, the Michigan man (no, not the tyre guy) sighs deeply before, and it seemed like a rather reluctant decision, sliding in his remaining stack. As the big blind folds, Dana asks how much more it is to call. Just 7,400 is the reply, and although small in comparison to the pot, it's clear that Dana's fingers have been caught in the cookie jar as she smiles and shakes her head dismissively.

After a few moments, she announces "I really don't want to have to show this crap" before indeed "showing this crap" and calling with . However, to her shock (I think she almost fell off her chair), she was actually ahead as Jeff revealed for the double belly belly straight draw. Although he had a number of outs, none of them emerged on the turn and river and the pot went sailing over to the crazy banjo lady. Miss Immanuel is now on over 80,000 in chips after taking out yet another victim.
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« Reply #7 on: August 09, 2008, 03:43:51 PM »

Roberto took a big hit to his stack, knocked down to 15k or so and was looking like he would be in trouble.

A loud Welsh roar of "gettin!" from his table signalled however that he might have turned things round, and this proved the case. I joined the hand as Roberto was raking in the pot with T-J in front of him, a lone Jack on the flop and his opponent Michael Manning looking a little disgruntled with A-Q on show.
 
I didn't see when the chips went in but it's more than possible there was some kind of outdraw invovled.

Whatever, this was the cue for Roberto to turn Radio Romanello on full blast.

"I'm back in the game! I've always been a battler! You can never rule me out!" he told his table, just in case there was any doubt.

"And my shirt's stripy!" he didn't add. But it is! Here he is with his new 30k stack.

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« Reply #8 on: August 09, 2008, 04:25:49 PM »

You could do almost an entire update just on Flushy's stack which has been up and down like a loose lady's knickers.

He won a big pot off Pab calling his preflop raise from the big blind with - and when the flop came T-8 blank Flushy was convinced he was ahead.

Even when the chips went in and Pab showed him A-T, he was still convinced he was ahead and when he hit a six to make two pair - he was!

Good hand reading skills at work there by the flushmeister.

He then worked his stack back up to LOTS, flopping a set against Stu Rutter with pocket threes and picking up the pot, before this hand played out.

With over 100,000, Flushy was happy to see Pab raise ("He's been very busy") and another player re-raise in front of him, as he looked down to fins Kings.

He re-popped it to 100,000 and was called by the re-raiser, who held pocket eights. This time however his luck was out as a little snowman hit the flop to leave his cowboys defeated.

Miraculously, he still has 85,000 though.  Some sort of sedative may be in order for Flushy.
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« Reply #9 on: August 09, 2008, 04:58:52 PM »

Just heard Graham Wheldon aka 'chompy' lost a 50k pot allin pre with three diamonds ....his opponent hit quads....ouch! Still he's got 45k with a gr8 game and on his home turf will get it back soon no doubt. Go on graham!

I assume the above hand occurred after his double up, but Graham initially hit the 70,000 mark after eliminating Welsh wizard Roberto Romanello. With Graham raising it up to 5,000 with pocket kings, Roberto made it 17,000 with J-T and Graham put him in for his final 6,000. A jack high all spade flop favoured Graham, although the Londoner also boasted a flush draw in the aresenal. A blank turn and river later and the pot was his.

Here he is looking content with life, if a little bemused.





Can we get an update on Alex Martin please?

Alex Martin is pushing up the poker daisies I'm afraid and accompanying Roberto on the rail. Alex made his move with A-Q, but ran into the A-K of Paul Folytn which subsequently held up. Alex was a little concerned that he could have got away from it, but James Dempsey assured him that he made the right play.

Whilst Pab leaps up to a chip-lead threatening 148,000, Alex can only vomit into his glass and watch the remaining action from the sidelines... like thus:





Rough chip count for Javed if possible, please.
Mo Muse too, actually. Didn't realize the billy was still in.

I can do better than that! Here he is facing a bet of 8,600 on a three diamonds flop from Richard Gryko after the latter called his under-the-gun preflop raise of 6,600. Javed eventually folded, to leave himself with crica 65,000 in chips.

Mo Muse, meanwhile, is no where to be seen. No Muse is good news, as they say (sorry, I simply couldn't resist).





A few quick chip counts:

Ian Frazer -- 80,000
Yucel Eminoglu -- 10,000
Sam Trickett -- 59,000
Rob Sherwood -- 97,000
Dave Gregory -- 20,000
Iwan Jones -- 93,000
Graham Wheldon -- 37,000
Martin Green -- 29,000
Chris Moorman -- 19,000
James Dempsey -- 105,000
Paul Foltyn -- 135,000
Des Jonas -- 17,000
Wayne Mardle -- 117,000
Rob Garfield -- 83,000
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« Reply #10 on: August 09, 2008, 05:01:32 PM »

James Mitchell (who is a dead ringer for Napoleon Dynamite) has just eliminated Michael Manning. A-K versus A-T all in preflop with a Q-3-3-4-9 board. Willie Tann and Tim Flanders have also departed.



Double up for Panicos Ellinas on Dana's former table. All in with against Huseyin Yilmaz's , he survived a board to lap up the pot.

Simultaneously, David Seear was eliminated by Sami Yusef on a neighbouring table. He called all in with versus on a flop, but was unable to improve as the turn and river came and respectively.
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« Reply #11 on: August 09, 2008, 05:08:33 PM »

Disaster!

Dana is...OUT!

Here's the tale of woe as it happened.

There was a raise from late position to 6,000, and Dana, finding Queens, re-raised to 18,000.

She was flat called.

The flop came A-A-9.

Check, check.

The turn was an Ace. Dana checked again, only for mateyboy to bet out a small amount, which she now check raised all-in. Unfortunately for her, she had run into quad aces as he tabled A-9 for the flopped house which had improved. Ooooh, nasty.

Drawing dead, Dana had no choice but to gather her gun bag and depart the area, looking somewhat sad and miserable that it had all gone wrong.

Don't be down though Dana, we all thought you did great.
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« Reply #12 on: August 09, 2008, 05:14:31 PM »

Some assorted chip counts from around the felt.

Nik Persaud - 74,000.
Ian Cox - 61,000
Steve Jelinek - 65,000
Martin Green - 32,000
Chris Moorman - 16,000
Des Jonas - 22,000
Pippa Flanders - 25,000



Pippa just played out a potentially doubling up hand. Mad Turk shoved from UTG and Pippa took a little while deciding whether to call.

"Call if you like me!" exclaimed the turkster, and Pippa showed her fondness for him by making the call with A-J.

It proved a good call as Turk could only muster the slightly behind K-Q.

"Gimme a queen!" he encouraged the dealer, but a board of 7-2-7-2 came out, leaving him sweating the river.

No K or Q on the river. In fact it was another seven. Turk was gathering his belongings before realising the full house on board meant that there was a split! Cue clapping celebrations from Mad Turk and a face like thunder from Pippa, who looked very upset this opportunity to double up had passed her by.
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« Reply #13 on: August 09, 2008, 05:18:32 PM »

His Raabness may be unwell but he has managed to transfer the chip counts across the ether to us. Thanks Raaby - get well soon!

Note though that the chip counts myself and Snoopy have just put up are more recent than these so will be more accurate.

Nonetheless here are the standings from the end of level 11.

11   3   1103   Leo Kam   153400
11   9   1206   David La Ronde   151900
3   4   304   Paul Foltyn   146400
11   1   1101   Gary Cargill   138200
7   4   705   Andreas Mihail   129600
11   6   1107   Jonathan Martin   122000
1   3   104   Paul Rigg   116900
11   4   1104   Wayne Mardle   114200
5   6   507   Peter Arrigoni   110200
2   9   209   Robert Sherwood   101700
7   1   306   Iwan Jones   101000
5   4   1002   Ian Frazer   97600
6   9   609   Andy Bradshaw   88800
3   2   804   Richard Gryko   87700
6   8   608   Dara Okearney   82100
3   9   310   James Dempsey   81000
2   7   207   Jonothon Butters   72200
11   8   903   Sam Trickett   67800
2   3   203   Phillipa Flanders   67100
1   8   109   Mark Wilson   66100
3   5   305   Javed Akhtar   65500
7   6   707   Huseyin Yilmaz   64100
1   4   105   Nikhil Persaud   63700
1   9   110   Ken Wong   63200
2   5   205   Ian Cox   60300
4   2   402   Sami Yusuf   57300
7   8   709   Dana Immanuel   52900
5   3   504   Nick Gibson   50800
7   2   907   Graham Wheldon   44800
4   9   410   James Mitchell   44300
3   8   1204   Stuart Rutter   43300
5   5   506   Robert Garfield   41700
1   1   101   Jeffery Rogers   38700
2   6   206   Andy Warnes   38300
3   3   809   Mickey Wernick   38200
5   9   909   Adam Wilkinson   37600
6   2   603   Martin Jarvis   37400
4   5   406   David Seear   37000
2   10   210   Stuart Barnett   34500
7   3   704   Panicos Ellinas   34300
5   8   1008   Paul Noury   32100
4   8   409   Martin Green   31500
3   6   407   Mark Suddes   31000
6   3   602   Gurinder Purewal   30900
1   5   106   Steve Jelinek   30500
3   1   301   Steve Tucker   30400
1   2   1208   Anthony Chapman   29900
5   7   508   John Fake   29200
6   1   1003   Liam Boland   27700
11   7   1207   Conan Bailey   27500
7   7   708   Neil Bethune   26900
1   6   802   Martin Robinson   26800
11   2   1006   Richard Furse   26700
6   7   607   K Sole   25900
4   1   1201   Darran Judges   24100
4   6   902   Michael Manning   24000
6   4   604   Christopher Kyriacou   23600
1   7   806   Albert Sapiano   23500
2   8   208   David Gregory   23400
11   5   1105   Tim Flanders   22500
6   5   1009   David Sargeant   22200
3   7   1001   Flemming Stensgaard   20900
7   5   706   David Clark   20500
5   2   503   Desmond Jonas   19700
6   6   606   Emma Jones   19500
2   1   201   Eddie Gaines   18500
2   4   905   Yucel Eminoglu   17700
4   7   408   Trevor Pearson   17600
4   4   405   Chris Moorman   16800
5   1   502   Peter Wigglesworth   15400
4   3   906   Graham Rogers   14900
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« Reply #14 on: August 09, 2008, 05:42:07 PM »

As I was showcasing my expert (cough) photography skills, I spotted Andrew Bradshaw storming away from his table whilst metaphorically pulling his hair from its roots. As I approached the crime scene, I was met by a board with a in front of Andrew's stack and the before Martin Jarvis (pictured).

Fortunately, Dara O'Kearney was able to fill in the details: "Andrew raised it up with his tens preflop and received three callers. On the flop, the action checked round to the button who bet out 10,000. Martin made it 30,000, Andrew called, and the other two players ducked out of the way. It all went in on the turn"

Andrew was, of course, unable to pair the board and is now back down to 35-40,000.

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