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« Reply #15 on: August 09, 2008, 12:38:23 PM »

Good luck all Blondes left - Steve Davis FTW Wink

One time Alex and Dana.
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« Reply #16 on: August 09, 2008, 01:43:51 PM »

good luck to alex, flushy, rob garfield and graham wheldonkey.

will be up later hopefully.
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« Reply #17 on: August 09, 2008, 01:52:44 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   Anon   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 #18 on: August 09, 2008, 01:55:31 PM »

After a good night's sleep, Randy Rod and Sexy Snoopy are back once again to shower you with all the action from day two's Luton GUKPT as the two batches of survivors from day one battle it out for a seat on tomorrow's final table. As we entered the arena, the bags were waiting patiently on the felt while a smattering of players reclined anxiously in the bar. The likes of Flushy, Dana and co might be fighting the traffic on the M1, but messieurs Goodwin and Greekfish were here early to grace the back pages of next month's WPT Magazines with what I believe will be their Pro on Pro feature. If Rod and myself had arrived juts a few moments earlier, I'm sure that would have been us beaming back at you in a few weeks time. Bah, humbug.
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« Reply #19 on: August 09, 2008, 01:57:50 PM »

table 3 should be worth watching
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« Reply #20 on: August 09, 2008, 02:04:04 PM »

table 3 should be worth watching

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« Reply #21 on: August 09, 2008, 02:04:16 PM »

table 3 should be worth watching

It's brimming with youth!
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« Reply #22 on: August 09, 2008, 02:06:16 PM »

versus age and experience of javed akhtar good luck javed
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« Reply #23 on: August 09, 2008, 02:14:59 PM »

table 3 should be worth watching

It's brimming with youth!

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« Reply #24 on: August 09, 2008, 02:34:01 PM »

Goo Steve Tucker!!
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« Reply #25 on: August 09, 2008, 02:41:43 PM »

Good Luck to Alex Martin.
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« Reply #26 on: August 09, 2008, 02:45:11 PM »

With traffic causing delays on both the M25 and the M1, play was delayed slightly and didn't kick off until 2.15pm. Even when the starting whistle blew, James Dempsey and Dana Immanuel were no where to been seen. Neither was Chris Moorman, although he has less of an excuse having stayed at the Day's Inn just a stone's throw away.

One man who was present was Rob Sherwood, although he nearly missed his opening hand chatting to yours truly. A neighbour made a slight murmur that he wasn't in his seat when the first card was dealt (I believe that's the rule), but the dealer shrugged her shoulders and play continued. "If you double up...," said his opponent.

In the end, I think Rob was pleased to receive rags and to fold his hand, if only to avoid a kafuffle in the aftermath, but I think his decision was made easier by Dave Gregory who raised it up from the seat before him. The action passed round to the blinds, who also folded, allowing Dave to show pocket jacks and take down an early set of antes.
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« Reply #27 on: August 09, 2008, 02:48:39 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.
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« Reply #28 on: August 09, 2008, 02:51:12 PM »

With Andrew Bradshaw flirting with the aesthetically pleasing, but ultimately short stacked Emma Jones ("If anyone knocks you out, they'll be in trouble"), Craig Bickerton put Adam Stoneham to the test by moving all in on a three clubs board. Although Stoneman mulled over his decision for a few moments, he eventually folded and was met by , which one can only assume was the best hand.

Meanwhile, on another table, Vishal Bhurtun came over the top of Ian Frazer's late position raise for what looked to be around 12,000 more. Ian reluctantly made the fold, and Vishal survived.
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« Reply #29 on: August 09, 2008, 02:52:26 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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