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« Reply #300 on: December 06, 2008, 01:14:31 AM »

LeKnave FTW!!! 60 dimes-TID!!!!
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« Reply #301 on: December 06, 2008, 01:15:08 AM »

A few tired faces starting to emerge as the final level draws to a close, including 16-year old David Jones who is normally in bed for Hollyoaks

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« Reply #302 on: December 06, 2008, 01:18:03 AM »

Cristiano Blanco has been as snug as a bug in a rug today. The Italian journalist, now based in London ("I love everything about it apart from the weather!") is the chip leader and comfortably so at the moment.

On a board, he bets 8k and gets a called from James Mitchell on the button. Both players check the river and Cristiano turns over for the world-beater that is three-pair. Mitchell nods and mucks.
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« Reply #303 on: December 06, 2008, 01:25:22 AM »

Bad beats are painful at the best of times, but when they come following two days of grinding, they can hurt like a sledgehammer to the groin. Sadly for Peter Semmens, it was he who felt metal on scrotum as he found himself in dominating shape with tens versus the pocket eights of Kevin O'Connell. But, of course, a third snowman arrived, and Semmens' hopes of returning for day two melted before him. Nevertheless, he took his defeat in fine spirits, and departed with a smile. 28 remain.
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« Reply #304 on: December 06, 2008, 01:26:03 AM »

Confirmation of the exits so far, including those we lost yesterday:

29   Peter Semmens
30   Richard Herbert
31   Michaela Kalmer
32   Maria Demetriou
33   Aleksandrs Karlins
34   Sean Phillips
35   Alan Stearn
36   Jonathan Kalmar
37   Darren Matlock
38   Mohammed Shakoor
39   Andrew Seabright
40   Andrew Oflaherty
41   Joseph Pota
42   Ashfaq Raja
43   Daniel Haglund
44   Kevin Matthews
45   Ben Mayhew
46   Neil Giblin
47   Matthew Lewis
48   Colin Hinds
49   Eoin Kennedy
50   Lawrence Gosney
51   Christopher Bell
52   James Buckley
53   Adam O'connell
54   Mark Roberts
55   Peter Charalamobus
56   Alan Trueick
57   Jason Schacter
58   Michael Wernick
59   Scott Byron
60   Mark Emberson
61   Dewi James
62   Peter Wilson
63   Zahir Aslam
64   John Angus
65   Daniel Rudd
66   Mark Winn
67   Thomas Besnier
68   Narciso Baldo
69   Mojid Khan
70   Dean Lyall
71   Ricky Smith
72   Daniel Cochrane
73   John Sadler
74   Howard Plant
75   Timothy Flanders
76   Mazhar Latif
77   James Harcourt
78   Joseph Byrne
79   James Green
80   Stuart Rolfe
81   Paul Mctaggart
82   Mark Hayes
83   Paul Hambleton
84   Richard Whiteley
85   Tony Salmon
86   William Wallace
87   Donal Norton
88   Jed Tribe
89   Tina Bandyle
90   James Fuzzey
91   Zaheer Zeb
92   Adam Leggett
93   Terry Fletcher
94   Antonino Milioti
95   Eduards Rakuss
96   Billy Ngo
97   Raj Dhiri
98   Peter Garrett
99   Guntis Feldmanis
100   Robert Whatsize
101   Brent Dewstow-newitt
102   Tom Rutter
103   Paul Murphy
104   Paul Kemp
105   Kyriacos Dionysiou
106   Philip Ashton
107   Ralph Shalson
108   Jonathan Spinks
109   Peter Linton
110   Christopher John Ferguson
111   Roger Wright
112   Terry Carter
113   Matt Russell
114   Andrew Hayton
115   Ian Gwynne
116   Christopher Bruce
117   Waheed Ashraf
118   David Mitchell
119   Tim Blake
120   James Moult
121   Gareth Compton
122   Thomas Middleton
123   Parminder Kandola
124   Dmitrijs Meless
125   Chris Sly
126   James Bond
127   Melanie Lofthouse
128   Danny Toffel
129   Adrian Swingler
130   Dennis Troake
131   Edward Roger
132   James Eflekhari
133   Christopher Brammer
134   Dominic Cullen
135   Tom Underwood
136   James Williams
137   Joe Whittaker
138   Sunil Mistri
139   Ben Vinson
140   Paul Grummitt
141   John Conroy
142   Jason Herbert
143   James Storr
144   Paul Coughlan
145   Jonathan Lundy
146   James Ballantyne
147   Marcus Bebb-jones
148   Reece Cole
149   Ian Bosley
150   David Gutfreund
151   Richard Berridge
152   Keith Farr
153   John Perrin
154   Charles Valentine
155   Maris Pandars
156   Steve Brown
157   Gavin Ball
158   Keith Rolfe
159   Paul Rayner
160   Thomas Mccready
161   Basharat Mahmood
162   Justin Kean
163   Abdul Qadoos
164   Shane Hellyer
165   Andrew Fenwick
166   Michael Specht
167   Carroll Belfield
168   John Sims
169   Przemek Rusin
170   Richard Fuller
171   Gurpreet Nagi
172   Gary Jones
173   Anthony Nicholls
174   Jennifer Mason
175   Gary Tomney
176   Barry Drake
177   John Burberry
178   Adam Kalynuk
179   Antony Harris
180   James Egarr
181   Chao Li
182   Lucienne Rokach
183   Gareth Teatum
184   Yucel Eminoglu
185   Mark Bond
186   Fernando Martin
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« Reply #305 on: December 06, 2008, 01:38:13 AM »

"I'm falling asleep," says Mark Wilson, and he's not the only one, many of the players looking like death warmed up as the clock makes its final ticks. Floppy actually scoured the remaining tables to see if anyone was awake, and reported back that not one person looked fresh or alert. This last level in general has been very arduous in some ways, hands more comparable to trundling through treacle with anvils attached to your feet than the frantic pace we witnessed at the start of the day. But it's to be expected, it's been a long, tough battle, and it's understandable if players need to take more time on their decisions to ensure they make the right one. A rash, and fatal move at this time in the day would cause any player to lose several hours of sleep.
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« Reply #306 on: December 06, 2008, 01:44:38 AM »

A nice pot trickles Paul Gourlay's way. With the board reading , his leading bet of 6,000 was reraised by Liaquat Javed who added circa 15,000 more.

"Anyone else, and I fold this in an instant," said Gourlay shaking his head.

"I call," he announced out of the blue and chucking three purple chips into the pot.

Javed tapped his cards against the felt in submission, and a jubilant Gourlay took down the pot with .

"I didn't want to come back with a short-stack," added Gourlay. "What I would have had spare would have gone in on the next hand."

As it is, he triumphed in that last minute encounter, and will probably finish the day with around 80,000 in chips.
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« Reply #307 on: December 06, 2008, 01:50:42 AM »

Play has finished for the day, but not before one huge pot...
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« Reply #308 on: December 06, 2008, 02:09:24 AM »

Raise from Mohammed Javed in late position and a flat-call from James Mitchell from the blinds.



Check from Mitchell, Javed bets 6k, Mitchell makes it 17k. Javed now makes it 37k and Mitchell quickly moves all-in for about 47k more. And after this flurry of activity Javed tanks.



And thinks for ages...



And ages...



At this point, Snoopy's suggestion of the 24 hour McDonalds is playing heavily on my mind...



I mean, Big Mac or Quarter Pounder with Cheese. It's a tough choice...



Eh? Oh, Mohammed Javed has called! After about 10 minutes...



Javed has Mitchell covered by about 2.5k and Mitchell shows for a flopped set. Javed turns over and he's gonna need runner runner here.. The on the turn seals it for Mitchell and the river gives him a house and a 200k pot. Javed is left with just a couple of thousand and leaves. I don't think he's coming back tomorrow...

But we will be!

Play restarts tomorrow with 28 players from 2pm.

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« Reply #309 on: December 06, 2008, 02:50:37 AM »

Top updates fellas! Chipped up ok the last couple of levels but got kinda owned by Cristiano Blanco. Hopefully will play better v him tomoz.






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« Reply #310 on: December 06, 2008, 02:54:58 AM »

Top updates fellas! Chipped up ok the last couple of levels but got kinda owned by Cristiano Blanco. Hopefully will play better v him tomoz.


Yep great updates guys.

Good luck to Nick - deserves this win for not only being a great player but one of the nicest people you're likely to share a table with.
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« Reply #311 on: December 06, 2008, 03:58:59 AM »

Cristiano Blanco   11   9   286800
Steve Jelinek   12   6   257200
Trevor Reardon   11   7   203500
Paul Brammer   31   2   197100
Luke Marsh   12   9   188100
Billy Defty   31   4   182900
John Eames   21   7   181600
William Fry   31   5   180100
James Mitchell   11   3   179800
Nichiei Hicks   11   2   176900
Ints Grinbaums   21   2   172500
Kevin Oconnell   12   8   156800
Dean Pearson   31   6   155700
Lee Mcmillan   21   9   144300
Liaquat Javed   21   8   135600
Alan Jennings   12   4   109800
David Jones   11   5   102300
Mark Wilson   21   6   99500
David Anderson   31   8   94200
Paul Gourlay   21   1   88400
Bernie Holmes   12   5   88000
John Burke   21   4   80300
Rickie Vedhara   12   7   76300
Fraser Bain   31   9   72400
Glyn Cooke   11   8   43100
Kevin Pearce   31   3   38000
Sadikiah Tapper   12   1   26000
Mohammed Javed   11   1   2400
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« Reply #312 on: December 06, 2008, 04:00:57 AM »


Nichiei Hicks   11   2   176900


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« Reply #313 on: December 06, 2008, 04:01:50 AM »


Nichiei Hicks   11   2   176900


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or steve jelinek. but my moneys are on nick
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« Reply #314 on: December 06, 2008, 04:22:09 AM »

Thanks for the tourny updates guys - much appreciated Smiley cmoooooon BIG D!
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