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« Reply #135 on: September 05, 2008, 12:00:33 AM »

End of level 8 chip counts:

Ali Mallu   61250
Mohammed Zahour   17925
Sam Trickett   82650
Paul Gourlay   14125
Steve Walmsley   24150
Rob Sherwood   42925
Dominic Rossookh   93225
James Morgan   49,925
Steve Craig   27450
Julian Thew   54725
Victor Kaye   42525
Terence Owens   31800
Dfyed Price   59950
Tony Cartwright   10125
Sammy Cheung   12525
Anthony Shields   20500
David Paul   33750
Richard Swerling   28925
Miroslaw Klys   19250
Paul Bellamy   12475
Christopher Bell   5600
Andy Greekfish   35425
Joan Lawler   21550
Mark Lowe   5,425
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« Reply #136 on: September 05, 2008, 12:08:20 AM »

Paul Bellamy is 'just another victim' for Ali Mallu who's stack continues to head towards that magic 100,000 mark. I didn't see how it happened, but when the cards were on their backs, it was Paul who had his nose slightly in front with versus Ali's . The three clubs was safe, but the turn wasn't, and by the Two Diamonds river Ali had inscribed yet another notch on his poker bedpost.

20 remain.
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« Reply #137 on: September 05, 2008, 12:11:15 AM »

please ask Dfyed Price, or Dyfed even, where he is from, thanks
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The very last hand of the night goes to Dewi James, who finds ACES and talks Raymond O’Mahoney into calling his all-in preflop bet of 15k.  “If I had AQ, I’d call!” says Dewi.  Raymond calls holding pocket 66’s.


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« Reply #138 on: September 05, 2008, 12:23:42 AM »

And Andy Greekfish, is a lucky, lucky boy.

David Paul limped for 1k with about a 30k stack. Mallu limped, as did another player and the small blind made up.

During this Greekfish gave a bit of banter about how he was going to move all-in and how no-one would be able to call... He then looked at his cards and immediately moved all-in for 35k. David Paul thought for about five seconds before calling and the others got out of the way.

"Oh no, I'm in bad shape here, you've got me, I'm in real trouble..." said a nervous Andy flipping . Amazingly Paul had called off his 30k with . But fate is a fickle mistress and the board came out and a slightly embarrassed Greekfish was left with a big pot but a red face, a sacrifice most would be willing to take at this point.

This left us with two tables meaning we've finished for the night. See you tomorrow!

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« Reply #139 on: September 05, 2008, 12:46:13 AM »

Paul Gourlay raises it up to 2,500 from the cut-off only for Stephen Montgomery to push all in from the big blind for 10,500 more.

"I went out of the DTD comp with this hand," claims Paul, looking increasingly like he is verging on the fold.

"Will you show if I fold?" he asks, almost confirming that he will indeed release his hand.

His opponent doesn't respond, and Paul passes face up.

Stephen proudly throws onto the felt, much to Rocketman's chagrin.



I think this hand has a little history, simply because Paul Gourlay lost a huge pot in the £500 deepstack close to the final where he button raised with A-Q and called virtually all-in against a big blind shove who actually had A-K. Perhaps he felt he could find a better spot.

Maybe its just because he is clueless?

Thanks Flushy for the concise imput. Wink

As soon as I read Snoops post, I immediately thought of that hand which cost Paul most of his stack at the DTD final. I don't know any of the table situation so I think I'm going to remain neutral.  Lips Sealed


Short handed its 400-800 yes? And a guy re-shoves for less than 20BB to a LP raise with running antes, i can't work out how AQ is a pass.
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« Reply #140 on: September 05, 2008, 02:18:35 AM »

End of day chip counts:

Dominic Rossookh   88750
Sam Trickett   82425
Ali Mallu   76925
Andy Greekfish   65575
James Morgan   64100
Julian Thew   59975
Terence Owens   52575
Dfyed Price   51075
Victor Kaye   47500
Rob Sherwood   40975
Richard Swerling   39825
Steve Craig   30025
Joan Lawler   25525
Paul Gourlay   24574
Steve Walmsley   24300
Miroslaw Klys   19025
Anthony Shields   16825
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« Reply #141 on: September 05, 2008, 02:19:56 AM »

Paul Gourlay raises it up to 2,500 from the cut-off only for Stephen Montgomery to push all in from the big blind for 10,500 more.

"I went out of the DTD comp with this hand," claims Paul, looking increasingly like he is verging on the fold.

"Will you show if I fold?" he asks, almost confirming that he will indeed release his hand.

His opponent doesn't respond, and Paul passes face up.

Stephen proudly throws onto the felt, much to Rocketman's chagrin.



I think this hand has a little history, simply because Paul Gourlay lost a huge pot in the £500 deepstack close to the final where he button raised with A-Q and called virtually all-in against a big blind shove who actually had A-K. Perhaps he felt he could find a better spot.

Maybe its just because he is clueless?

Thanks Flushy for the concise imput. Wink

As soon as I read Snoops post, I immediately thought of that hand which cost Paul most of his stack at the DTD final. I don't know any of the table situation so I think I'm going to remain neutral.  Lips Sealed


Short handed its 400-800 yes? And a guy re-shoves for less than 20BB to a LP raise with running antes, i can't work out how AQ is a pass.

good god this hand tilted me too, open w AQ FROM THE CUTOFF v a shorty in the bb and dont snap his shove. Meh, maybe u had to be there but i dont get it.
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« Reply #142 on: September 05, 2008, 02:26:23 AM »

And Andy Greekfish, is a lucky, lucky boy.

David Paul limped for 1k with about a 30k stack. Mallu limped, as did another player and the small blind made up.

During this Greekfish gave a bit of banter about how he was going to move all-in and how no-one would be able to call... He then looked at his cards and immediately moved all-in for 35k. David Paul thought for about five seconds before calling and the others got out of the way.

"Oh no, I'm in bad shape here, you've got me, I'm in real trouble..." said a nervous Andy flipping . Amazingly Paul had called off his 30k with . But fate is a fickle mistress and the board came out and a slightly embarrassed Greekfish was left with a big pot but a red face, a sacrifice most would be willing to take at this point.

This left us with two tables meaning we've finished for the night. See you tomorrow!



i dont get this
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« Reply #143 on: September 05, 2008, 09:39:41 AM »

3 out of my 4 picks still in..gotta say i fancy sam could go back to back he is playing some great poker and is running good

good luck to another bud Nick Hicks today
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« Reply #144 on: September 05, 2008, 11:29:49 AM »

And Andy Greekfish, is a lucky, lucky boy.

David Paul limped for 1k with about a 30k stack. Mallu limped, as did another player and the small blind made up.

During this Greekfish gave a bit of banter about how he was going to move all-in and how no-one would be able to call... He then looked at his cards and immediately moved all-in for 35k. David Paul thought for about five seconds before calling and the others got out of the way.

"Oh no, I'm in bad shape here, you've got me, I'm in real trouble..." said a nervous Andy flipping . Amazingly Paul had called off his 30k with . But fate is a fickle mistress and the board came out and a slightly embarrassed Greekfish was left with a big pot but a red face, a sacrifice most would be willing to take at this point.

This left us with two tables meaning we've finished for the night. See you tomorrow!



i dont get this

It's a world-class advanced play maybe you don't understand it
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