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« Reply #105 on: September 07, 2008, 12:10:09 AM »

I suppose when the action folds round to you in the small blind, you have every right to think you're opponent in the big can't call a push, but on this occasion, Dominic Rossookh's timing was wayward. Shoving his short stack with , Dominic was quickly looked up by the of Dennis Clough, before spiking a four on a three clubs two spades board to remain in the the comp.

Two hands later, Dennis himself pushed, this time from the button, but his raise went uncontested.
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« Reply #106 on: September 07, 2008, 12:15:55 AM »

Cmon Roberto get it won!!
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« Reply #107 on: September 07, 2008, 12:30:18 AM »

I suppose when the action folds round to you in the small blind, you have every right to think you're opponent in the big can't call a push, but on this occasion, Dominic Rossookh's timing was wayward. Shoving his short stack with , Dominic was quickly looked up by the of Dennis Clough, before spiking a four on a three clubs two spades board to remain in the the comp.

Two hands later, Dennis himself pushed, this time from the button, but his raise went uncontested.

Like the door in the Big Lebowski, it can swing both ways.

The two above players see a blind vs blind flop of where all the chips go in. Dominic looks to be in good shape with his but he's drawing to a miracle runner runner because Dennis has flopped a bigger flush with three clubs. Shockingly he can't catch a combination of the with the or and Dennis Clough doubles through.

Meanwhile on the other table Roberto Romanello has knocked out shorty Mohammed Shoahebe with vs , the board coming two spades to leave us with just 10 players left and the final table almost in sight.



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« Reply #108 on: September 07, 2008, 12:38:11 AM »

Out in 11th is Dominic Rossookh. Playing in his first main event (I hear £300 was his next biggest buy-in), Dominic performed heroically to make it into the money, and subsequently the final two tables, but ultimately met his match in Tony Cascarino. With the action folding round to Tony in the small blind, the former international footballer made the inevitable shove before being called by Dominic in the big.

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« Reply #109 on: September 07, 2008, 12:39:05 AM »

On the other table, Ali Mallu has just raised it up preflop to 113,000, much to the chagrin of big blinder Roberto Romanello who moaned, "He's been doing that all night."
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« Reply #110 on: September 07, 2008, 01:01:03 AM »

Rob Sherwood has been stealing pretty much with impunity on his table, with no-one wanting to take him on. The occasion show of an ace to say, "No really, I only raise with very strong hands," seems to convince the other players that his raises are geunine and not at all blatant thievery.

On the other table, it's very akin to four players trying to negotiate an Ali Mallu minefield, as at any moment, he could just explode in your face. One hand, he just open shoved for about 250k causing much sighing and folding from the four other players.

Play now has actually finished for the day and all ten players will return tomorrow. It's a bit odd but we're now restarting once more at 2pm.

In which case it's time for that fork...

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« Reply #111 on: September 07, 2008, 01:02:37 AM »

Meanwhile the DTD £300 updates continue here: http://blondepoker.com/forum/index.php?topic=36657.45
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« Reply #112 on: September 07, 2008, 01:04:40 AM »

With 10 players remaining, and the level coming to an end, it has been announced that play will now end for the day with the remaining players returning tomorrow for a 2pm start. I'm sure Jonathan Raab will email the overnight chips counts through in due course, but I do know that Rob Sherwood has 349,300, and is most probably your current chip leader. One player who isn't happy is Tim Flanders, as tomorrow will see another redraw and he has finished the night on the blind.
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« Reply #113 on: September 07, 2008, 01:11:52 AM »

Final Chip Counts from Jon Raab.

Rob Sherwood -- 349,300
Ali Mallu -- 329,100
Tony Cascarino -- 282,300
Roberto Romanello -- 211,400
Sid Harris -- 132,100
Greg Hunt -- 131,100
Dennis Clough -- 128,200
Tim Flanders -- 85,000
Kevin O'Leary -- 51,900
Surinder Sunar -- 51,500
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