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« on: December 03, 2008, 10:38:41 PM »

This is it!

The second year of the immensely popular GUKPT tour draws to a close and what better way to mark the end of the schedule than to gather together the winners of all the previous GUKPT main and side events for what should be a mesmerising clash.

The cream of GUKPT talent will be on show here as all 93 competitors duke it out for the honour of winning the final event on the tour as well as hoping to line their already overflowing pockets with the rather juicy lure of the £75k prizepool on offer.

For many, it will be the honour of winning that will be the key to the event. Saying you've bested all the other winners of the GUKPT events gives you immense bragging rights and the winner will have to see off some stiff competition before they can lord it over their fellow players whilst swigging Dom Perignon at the bar.

They'll have to adjust to the format first though for this is no normal tournament.

There will be a disparity in the amount of chips each player gets with number of wins and size of buy-in factored into exactly how many chips each player starts with.

Sam Trickett will be the man they are all chasing with three wins under his belt this season, though he'll have a fight on his hands with Jeff Kimber, Marc Goodwin and of course recent GUKPT Grand Final winner Paul "Pab" Foltyn lurking just a gnat's whisker behind.

The exact starting stacks will follow shortly but we encourage you to participate in what should be an exciting, tense and good spirited contest between the elite GUKPT players over the last year. Naturally myself and the mcuh acclaimed and talented Ms Dana Immanuel will be bringing all the thrills and spills to you in the comfort of your armchairs, with the usual smattering of humour, photoshops and awesome punnery to liven up proceedings.

Throw any requests, shouts of support or anything else our way and we'll do our utmost to service you as best we can.

Battle lines have been drawn and the players are ready...

Bring it on!
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« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2008, 10:46:34 PM »

What prices is pab to win this please ?

LOL just looked myself 14/1 Valuoooooo

GL Pab and any other blondes playing this
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« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2008, 10:50:42 PM »

Here is the line up with their starting stacks. Thanks to Jon Raab for these.

One other unique aspect of the tournament is that the players will be able to vote on their preferred payout structure at the start of the competition.

News on this as it comes.

The tournament is sceduled to start at 2.00 pm tomorrow in the Grosvenor Luton so buzz down to the updates then for all the latest.

See you there!

Sam Trickett**20,000
Jeff Kimber* 15,000
Marc Goodwin* 15,000
Paul Foltyn 15,000
Dave Penly* 12,000
Jerome Bradpiece* 12,000
Andy Andreou* 10,000
Andy Teng 10,000
Ash Hussain 10,000
Brian Clarke 10,000
Derek Miller* 10,000
Ganesh Rao 10,000
Glenn Ashworth* 10,000
Julian Thew 10,000
Ketul Nathwani 10,000
Tony Cascarino 10,000
Arkady Kielman 7,000
Ben Callinan 7,000
Curtis Ledger 7,000
Karl Mahrenholz 7,000
Kjetil Naess 7,000
Pascal Heynsen 7,000
Paul Parker 7,000
Richard Grace 7,000
Richard Wheatley 7,000
Adam Wilkinson 5,000
Alan Mclean 5,000
Alan Mower 5,000
Andrew Baker 5,000
Andrew Clarke 5,000
Anthony Thorpe 5,000
Antony Ross 5,000
Aryan Virabi 5,000
Christopher Skinner 5,000
Ciaran Corbett 5,000
Cornelius Cronin 5,000
Darren McKenzie 5,000
Darren Seed 5,000
David Gallagher 5,000
David Price 5,000
David Rudling 5,000
Donal Norton 5,000
Essy Jahanpour 5,000
Faton Prokupla 5,000
Frank Romanello 5,000
Gabriel Macavoray 5,000
Gary Hollands 5,000
Gavin Ball 5,000
George Annan 5,000
Ian Frazer 5,000
Ian Woodley 5,000
James Akenhead 5,000
James Bagley 5,000
James Browning 5,000
Javed Iqbal 5,000
Javid Aktar 5,000
John Eames 5,000
Ken Wong 5,000
Kenneth Kull 5,000
Kevin Parkes 5,000
Kevin Rigby 5,000
Kyle Smith 5,000
Loraine Healy 5,000
Marcus Bebb-Jones 5,000
Mark Tomblin 5,000
Martin Knibb 5,000
Martyn Reeve 5,000
Matt Lawrence 5,000
Michael Arnold 5,000
Michael Hynes 5,000
Michael Richardson 5,000
Nick Slade 5,000
Nowakowski 5,000
Oliver Boyce 5,000
Paul Gardener 5,000
Paul King 5,000
Paul Newman 5,000
Peter Wood 5,000
Ramazanali Abbasi 5,000
Reyaaz Mulla 5,000
Richard Dawson 5,000
Richard Stanley 5,000
Rob Ellis 5,000
Robert Bostock 5,000
Slobodan Bjelobrk 5,000
Steve Holden 5,000
Steve Read 5,000
Steve Warburton 5,000
Steven Bayliff 5,000
Steven Reeves 5,000
Terry Reeve 5,000
Theo Tsouvallaris 5,000
Tony Phillips 5,000
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« Reply #3 on: December 03, 2008, 10:52:17 PM »

These are the prices blue square have the different competitors at.

Apologies for the confusing formatting!

Sam Trickett     12/1       BET       Oliver Boyce     50/1       BET       Kyle Smith     80/1       BET
Paul Foltyn    14/1    BET     Paul King    50/1    BET     Kevin Parkes    80/1    BET
Marc Goodwin    14/1    BET     Steve Holden    50/1    BET     Kenneth Kull    80/1    BET
Jeff Kimber    14/1    BET     Paul Gardener    50/1    BET     James Bagley    80/1    BET
Kethul Nethwani    16/1    BET     Adam Wilkinson    50/1    BET     Frank Romanello    80/1    BET
Jerome Bradpiece    16/1    BET     Reyaaz Mulla    50/1    BET     Faton Prokupla    80/1    BET
Dave Penly    16/1    BET     Javid Aktar    50/1    BET     Darren McKenzie    80/1    BET
Julian Thew    16/1    BET     Pascal Heynsen    50/1    BET     George Annan    80/1    BET
Andy Teng    20/1    BET     Kjetil Naess    50/1    BET     Gary Hollands    80/1    BET
Ash Hussain    25/1    BET     Paul Parker    50/1    BET     Gabriel Macavoray    80/1    BET
Glenn Ashworth    25/1    BET     James Browning    50/1    BET     Steven Bayliff    80/1    BET
Karl Mahrenholz    25/1    BET     Matt Lawrence    66/1    BET     Terry Reeve    80/1    BET
Tony Cascarino    33/1    BET     Martin Reeve    66/1    BET     Martin Knibb    80/1    BET
Ganesh Rao    33/1    BET     David Price    66/1    BET     Ramazanali Abbasi    80/1    BET
Andy Greekfish    33/1    BET     Anthony Thorpe    66/1    BET     Paul Newman    80/1    BET
Derek Miller    33/1    BET     Con Cronin    66/1    BET     Michael Richardson    80/1    BET
Richard Grace    33/1    BET     Aryan Virabi    66/1    BET     Loraine Healy    80/1    BET
Curtis Ledger    40/1    BET     Ciaran Corbett    66/1    BET     Kevin Rigby    80/1    BET
Steve Read    40/1    BET     Andrew Clarke    66/1    BET     Anthony Ross    80/1    BET
Arkady Kielman    40/1    BET     David Rudling    66/1    BET     Richard Dawson    80/1    BET
Tony Phillips    40/1    BET     Richard Wheatley    66/1    BET     David Gallagher    80/1    BET
Ben Calliman    40/1    BET     Peter Wood    66/1    BET     Gavin Ball    80/1    BET
Alan McLean    40/1    BET     Slobodan Bjelobrk    66/1    BET     Richard Stanley    80/1    BET
James Akenhead    40/1    BET     John Eames    66/1    BET     Rob Ellis    80/1    BET
Ian Woodley    40/1    BET     Henry Nowakowski    66/1    BET     Robert Bostock    80/1    BET
Donal Norton    40/1    BET     Brian Clarke    66/1    BET     Steven Warburton    80/1    BET
Ken Wong    40/1    BET     Theo Tsouvallaris    66/1    BET     Christopher Skinner    80/1    BET
Ian Frazer    50/1    BET     Javed Iqbal    66/1    BET     Steven Reeves    80/1    BET
Marcus Bebb-Jones    50/1    BET     Michael Arnold    80/1    BET     Alan Mower    80/1    BET
Nick Slade    50/1    BET     Michael Hynes    80/1    BET     Andrew Baker    80/1    BET
Essy Jahanpour    50/1    BET     Mark Tomblin    80/1    BET     Darren Seed    80/1    BET
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« Reply #4 on: December 03, 2008, 10:53:05 PM »

how are the starting stacks decided JC?

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« Reply #5 on: December 03, 2008, 10:57:27 PM »


There will be a disparity in the amount of chips each player gets with number of wins and size of buy-in factored into exactly how many chips each player starts with.


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So for instance Sam Trickett with 3 wins under his belt this year (not to mention nearly picking up a WSOP bracelet in the summer) will start with 20,000 chips.

Meanwhile Pab's win in the London GUKPT GF with its 3k buyin merits a 15k starting stack.

I'm not sure of the exact formula but more wins + bigger buyins = more chips is a close approximation lol.
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« Reply #6 on: December 03, 2008, 11:00:19 PM »

It should also be noted that this is a one day event and thus the tournament clock will be running at a slightly more pacy than usual (for a GUKPT) 45 minutes.

This should raise a few pulses and mean the shorter stacked players will have to get their skates on if they are to keep up with messrs. Foltyn, Kimber, Goodwin and Trickett.

It should make for some exciting, aggressive poker imo.
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« Reply #7 on: December 04, 2008, 05:17:00 AM »

if i was betting id have teng @ 20/1 and john eames at 66/1
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« Reply #8 on: December 04, 2008, 10:12:29 AM »

if i was betting id have teng @ 20/1 and John Eames at 66/1

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« Reply #9 on: December 04, 2008, 10:21:33 AM »

Parker @ 50s
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« Reply #10 on: December 04, 2008, 10:39:58 AM »

godd luck to all blondes in this especially sherriff, riverdave and pab good luck guys 
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« Reply #11 on: December 04, 2008, 11:24:46 AM »

Keep an eye on Sam Trickett early on, I think he wants to either build a stack quickly or he'll want to come up to DTD for the £1k event. Could be similar with several other players also.
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« Reply #12 on: December 04, 2008, 11:30:04 AM »

good luck to all blondes in this especially sheriff, riverdave and pab good luck guys 

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« Reply #13 on: December 04, 2008, 11:31:43 AM »

Keep an eye on Sam Trickett early on, I think he wants to either build a stack quickly or he'll want to come up to DTD for the £1k event. Could be similar with several other players also.
dont think so hes playing bristol tomorow

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« Reply #14 on: December 04, 2008, 12:52:24 PM »

Keep an eye on Sam Trickett early on, I think he wants to either build a stack quickly or he'll want to come up to DTD for the £1k event. Could be similar with several other players also.
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Most of the field are coming to Bristol on Friday from what i have heard.


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