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« Reply #165 on: January 15, 2009, 11:50:09 PM »

Alex Martin. And his shirt.



I wonder if he borrowed that off of AndrewT?

i've just spoke to Alex on the phone, struggled to hear him as his shirt is too fecking loud. can u let him know i will see him EARLY tomorrow floppy. cheers.

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Lol, you've just come off the phone but you want a message passed on?  Cheesy

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« Reply #166 on: January 15, 2009, 11:50:14 PM »

can i get a chip count please of all the players who surnames start with the letter A please

You can bloody well bugger off. Anyway, I'm about to get to the chip counts from Mike Butlin.

ok fair enough

any chance of getting a count of every player who has more than 6 letters in there surname?

I'll get players who have more than 3 Q's in their name AND whose points value in scrabble is less than seven.






And there you go. Don't say I never give you anything.

ok negotiations are going well ok i will settle for every player over the age of 18 and under the age of 75 plus karabiner and tikay if they are playing

thanks

Tikay doesn't play. He folds.
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« Reply #167 on: January 15, 2009, 11:52:08 PM »

can i get a chip count please of all the players who surnames start with the letter A please

You can bloody well bugger off. Anyway, I'm about to get to the chip counts from Mike Butlin.

ok fair enough

any chance of getting a count of every player who has more than 6 letters in there surname?

I'll get players who have more than 3 Q's in their name AND whose points value in scrabble is less than seven.






And there you go. Don't say I never give you anything.

ok negotiations are going well ok i will settle for every player over the age of 18 and under the age of 75 plus karabiner and tikay if they are playing

thanks

Tikay doesn't play. He folds.

ok and tikay if he is folding
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« Reply #168 on: January 15, 2009, 11:56:27 PM »

Michael Moore goes out with the last hand before the final break. Priyan De Mel asks him why he wants to play such a big flop when Moore makes a big push pre, Priyan calls with , Moore shows .

Priyan, "So that's why you wanted to play a big pot."

Two Clubs ...

"YEEEEEEEEESSS" shouts Priyan before apologising to Moore for being so loud. It was a big pot though, that puts De Mel among the chip leaders.

(Please feel free to create your own hilarious 'Less is Moore' type headlines about the above story, I really need the toilet and do not have time at the moment)

Players on a short break.
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« Reply #169 on: January 16, 2009, 12:01:56 AM »

Jack Powell has managed a nice act of binkage.

After Steve Littlejohn led out for 2k on a , Powell decided to just flat-call. The appeared on the turn and Littlejohn checked, Powell bet 5k and Littlejohn moved in, after counting his chips and seeing the size of the pot Powell made the call for most of his stack with , needing an Ace, Ten or heart to win against Littlejohn's . The river was in fact two of the three, coming the to make flush and straight, eliminating Littlejohn.



The miners are back celebrating a victory at the dogs...



[ ] im not jealous looking at this picture - everyone drinking champagne, corona, at the seaside, just been to the dogs, probs gonna play £2 showdown later, FML, sigh.......

u know if they've got a last longer on for tomorrow, or a race to 100k?

what odds on one of them in the above picture taking it down? Neil Channing about?
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« Reply #170 on: January 16, 2009, 12:07:36 AM »

Jack Powell has managed a nice act of binkage.

After Steve Littlejohn led out for 2k on a , Powell decided to just flat-call. The appeared on the turn and Littlejohn checked, Powell bet 5k and Littlejohn moved in, after counting his chips and seeing the size of the pot Powell made the call for most of his stack with , needing an Ace, Ten or heart to win against Littlejohn's . The river was in fact two of the three, coming the to make flush and straight, eliminating Littlejohn.



The miners are back celebrating a victory at the dogs...



[ ] im not jealous looking at this picture - everyone drinking champagne, corona, at the seaside, just been to the dogs, probs gonna play £2 showdown later, FML, sigh.......

u know if they've got a last longer on for tomorrow, or a race to 100k?

what odds on one of them in the above picture taking it down? Neil Channing about?


Neil posted on the previous page under 'Badbeat'. Send him a PM.

The only thing going against these guys is if they party too hard tonight..
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« Reply #171 on: January 16, 2009, 12:07:59 AM »

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« Reply #172 on: January 16, 2009, 12:09:43 AM »

you know how many of them are playing tomorrow floppy? hopefully tommy c is getting involved because he might just be the greatest imo.......
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« Reply #173 on: January 16, 2009, 12:25:26 AM »


 Hi Chris,

 Any news on Tony Phillips, Mickey Wernick, Rory Campbell and Ramsey Ajram (my secret weapon)?

 Say "Hi from Oz" to them +Gibbo, DC, Parker, The Hitsqad, Jerome, Mark Mcluskey, Ryan, and anyone who owes me money.
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i think your secret weapon is one of the chip leaders....mbn to be in Oz

Ramsey Ajram is the chip leader with almost 80k and is coincidentally sitting next to Tony Phillips.

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« Reply #174 on: January 16, 2009, 12:26:16 AM »

Chip counts from BlueSq.

1   2   Ramsey Ajram   79900
1   4   Jon Omara   57525
1   5   Andrew Miles   31425
1   7   Dinh Doat Le   63175
1   8   Timothy Flanders   10100
1   9   Ryan Fronda   27500
2   2   Nathan Lee   11000
2   3   Kerry Kerrigan   10000
2   4   Cuong Tran   20475
2   5   Kjetil Naess   36725
2   7   Peter Charalambous   18600
2   8   Priyan De Mel   60650
2   9   David Rudling   15200
3   1   Philippa Flanders   21125
3   2   Rory Campbell   20500
3   3   Matt Perrins   36575
3   4   Paul Lammas   28425
3   5   Ian Frazer   14375
3   6   Daniel Toffel   16150
3   7   Jack Powell   59500
4   1   Keir Ratcliff   49925
4   2   Bernard Litman   52425
4   3   Stephen Kirk   38325
4   4   David Johnson   21900
4   5   Johnny Johansen   6850
4   6   James Fuller   32350
4   7   Michael Ellis   32200
5   1   Antony Phillips   16250
5   2   Michael Wernick   15150
5   3   Dominic Kay   10975
5   4   Marc Goodwin   10750
5   5   Michael Greco   31425
5   6   Stephen paul Eames   9175
5   7   Robert Winkworth   31525
5   8   James Reid   33050
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« Reply #175 on: January 16, 2009, 12:26:47 AM »

you know how many of them are playing tomorrow floppy? hopefully tommy c is getting involved because he might just be the greatest imo.......

All apart from Brent and ChipRich.
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« Reply #176 on: January 16, 2009, 12:28:22 AM »

Dominic Kay is out, he pushed on a K-8-6 board with A-8 but got called by Daniel Toffel's A-K. No snowman spikage.
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« Reply #177 on: January 16, 2009, 12:34:28 AM »

Mickey Wernick doubles up through Pippa Flanders.

With the board reading , Wernick moved in for his last few thousand into a largish pot. Pippa Flanders eventually made the call with , Wernick turned over for the dead man's hand just pipping her with a slightly better two pair to push him over the 20k mark.
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« Reply #178 on: January 16, 2009, 12:45:35 AM »

Stephen Eames is out, in to Dinh Doat Le's .

Cuong Tran doubled through Jim Reid, Jim had raised preflop to 3,600. Tran made it 10k from the small blind and Jim set him. Tran didn't really have enough to pass and called with . Reid showed .



Gavin Ball is out. Threes into Bernard Litman's Tens.
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« Reply #179 on: January 16, 2009, 12:53:08 AM »

Kjetil Naess has knocked out Pete Charalambous with A-3 vs Q-2. No help for either player.

Rory Campbell is OUT. No details, I'm afraid.
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