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« Reply #120 on: February 27, 2009, 07:08:54 PM »

The hairy dude earlier - Demis Roussos?

GL Rooks and Tom!
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« Reply #121 on: February 27, 2009, 07:13:03 PM »

The hairy dude earlier - Demis Roussos?

GL Rooks and Tom!

I actually had someone else in mind.

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« Reply #122 on: February 27, 2009, 07:16:13 PM »

Wow!!
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« Reply #123 on: February 27, 2009, 07:19:02 PM »

This happened several minutes ago (finding it difficult to keep up at the moment), but it's certainly worth reporting. I didn't quite catch the entire hand, but apparently there was a bit of play-acting from Andy Johnson. With the board reading , Johnson pushed all in, and, after a moment or two of deliberation, was called by Ryan Fronda. Showing an extreme lack of confidence in his hand, Andy Johnson grabbed his coat and started walking towards the door. Ben Turnstill was also in the hand, and he too made the call. At this point, Johnson returned, looked at the board and said, "Ah, I need to get lucky here." Then, the river came, the . Fronda bet 3,000, and, without too much thought, Turnstill made the fold. With Fronda showing what he believed to be a triumphant , Johnson yelped in delight, punched the air and proudly revealed to scoop up what was a circa 18,000 pot.

"That's a disgrace," complained a furious Fronda. "You can't do that three-handed, he might think you're drawing dead or something. It's not fair." Clearly in a rage, Fronda ranted for a good few minutes and, at one point, even blew steam from his ears like an old fashioned kettle. "That's cheating in my book."

"That's terrible," added Graham Wheldon. "He got right up to the coffee machine," said Paul Gourlay.

Nevertheless, no ruling was called, and Johnson raked in the pot, although he remained silent thereafter whilst the rest of the table grumbled amongst each other and continued to accuse Johnson of severely bad sportsmanship.

Johnson -- 18,000
Turnstill -- 6,500
Fronda -- 12,500

HAHAHAHAHAH that's so bad.

We were actually treated to a reenactment of what Andy Johnson did by Paul Gourlay and how far away from the table he went. It was very realistic, the gestures were spot on. It was better than the stuff they do on Crimewatch!

Jonathan Raab discussed the matter with his colleagues, and although it's not strictly against the rules, if a ruling had been called, Johnson could have been penalised for ungentlemanly conduct.
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« Reply #124 on: February 27, 2009, 07:20:26 PM »

Play resumes in 10 minutes.
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« Reply #125 on: February 27, 2009, 07:23:04 PM »

If he had a ruling against for him for ungentlemanly conduct, then what would have been the penalty? Never seen a penalty given yet in this country!
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« Reply #126 on: February 27, 2009, 07:24:44 PM »

If he had a ruling against for him for ungentlemanly conduct, then what would have been the penalty? Never seen a penalty given yet in this country!

Jump leads on the nipples.
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« Reply #127 on: February 27, 2009, 07:26:10 PM »

If he had a ruling against for him for ungentlemanly conduct, then what would have been the penalty? Never seen a penalty given yet in this country!

Jump leads on the nipples.

Fair
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« Reply #128 on: February 27, 2009, 07:28:27 PM »

If he had a ruling against for him for ungentlemanly conduct, then what would have been the penalty? Never seen a penalty given yet in this country!

Jump leads on the nipples.

Fair

Depends what the other ends are connected to.
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« Reply #129 on: February 27, 2009, 07:30:16 PM »

If he had a ruling against for him for ungentlemanly conduct, then what would have been the penalty? Never seen a penalty given yet in this country!

Jump leads on the nipples.

Everyday occurrence in our house Smiley
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« Reply #130 on: February 27, 2009, 07:31:32 PM »

Play has now recommenced. Please, contain your excitement.
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« Reply #131 on: February 27, 2009, 07:46:48 PM »

All hail the chip counts from the dinner break:

Farhad Kia   86200
Thomas Macdonald   54175
Jeff Kimber   36450
John Eames   32050
Sami Yusuf   32050
Panicos Ellinas   31675
Hassan Abbas   31075
Yucel Eminoglu   29925
Andrew Shepherd   29400
Rupinder Bedi   28200
Karl Mahrenholz   27375
Paul Bracken   27050
Nicholas Romanello   25250
Ian Nelson   25200
Francis Egan   24975
Kevin Steward   24425
Timothy Blake   23350
Dinh Doat Le   23250
Asmat Asghar   23125
Alan Stearn   22425
Mark Wilson   22300
Sunny Chattha   21725
Manus Burke   21650
Derek Miller   21600
William Martin   20850
James Williams   20675
Neil Channing   20675
Howard Whittingham   20000
Aaron Barry   19975
David Jones   19675
Andreas Louca   19100
Graham Wheldon   19000
Cuong Tran   18450
Osman Mustanoglu   18225
Paul Gourlay   18125
Christopher McNicholls   17650
David Lloyd   17575
Theo Tsouvallaris   17450
Gary Wilson   16700
Ashfag Ahmed   16575
Ramazanali Abbassi   16525
Glenn Ashworth   15975
Thomas Nightingale   15825
David Johnson   15275
Derek Williams   15150
Peter Arrigoni   15075
Jeffrey Sharpe   14875
Peter Aked   14850
Tony Harman   14825
Colin Hotchkiss   14750
Raffaele De Martino   14375
Daniel Jones   14350
Gregory Hunt   14325
Mojid Khan   14175
Senh Man Ung   13975
Chris Ferguson   13725
Andrew Johnson   13575
Paul Lammas   13525
Simon Wickenden   13375
Issa Ali   13325
Ved Madan   13250
Andrew Teng   13150
Ben Callinan   12925
Shana Casaletto   12800
Neil Blatchly   12775
Neil Greenhalgh   12550
Matt Perrins   11975
Barry Hearn   11875
James Browning   11750
Alan Trueick   11475
Savvas Paphitis   11300
Martino Libertini   11225
Andrew Psaras   10925
Rajendra Patel   10800
Francis Mccormack   10550
Steven Smith   10475
Daniel Samson   10425
Steve Chadwick   10375
Priyan De Mel   10350
Michael Wernick   10325
Paul Zimbler   10225
Stephen Eames   10025
Paul Parker   9575
Ramsey Ajram   9525
Ryan Fronda   9350
Michael McCool   9100
Marc Goodwin   9000
Scott Oreilly   8925
Toby Lewis   8425
Kathleen Padovani   8325
Fintan Gavin   8250
Anne Marie Evans   8150
Tomas Macnamara   7950
Mahyar Mostafazadehasl   7875
Rumit Somaiya   7850
Mark James   7700
Stephen Brown   7700
Mark Wycherley   7600
Jack Powell   7450
Alan Vinson   7225
Stuart Rutter   7075
Christopher Dowling   6950
Mark Briggs   6575
Stephen Holden   6425
Kevin Parkes   6150
Jorgen Kjerkol   6125
Kenny Burke   6100
Paul Marrow   5900
Dominic Kay   5850
Darshan Sami   5800
Neil Blatchly   5725
Jake Lowndes   5575
Amardip Bagri   5400
Nichiei Hicks   5300
Peter Seager   5075
Zak Aslam   5075
Thomas Middleton   4500
John Murray   4500
Mohammed Shakoor   4375
Simon Mairs   4300
Dara O'Kearney   4250
Najim Jasim   3925
Darren Mckenzie   3500
Dennis Clough   3300
Ben Turnstill   3150
Mark Friedman   3150
Dwayne Stacey   3100
Paul Gardener   2950
Roger Gwilliam   1775
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« Reply #132 on: February 27, 2009, 07:49:56 PM »

Play has now recommenced. Please, contain your excitement.

How can we with a thread that contains Chilli, Kevs house and jump leads to the nipples?



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« Reply #133 on: February 27, 2009, 08:01:43 PM »

Wish Ian Nelson good luck from me please Snoops, your doing a fine job mate!
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« Reply #134 on: February 27, 2009, 08:08:17 PM »

can i have a chip count/ pic of tam mcqueenie please if hes still in? he runs a cardroom up here in glasgow. wish him all the best, thanks snoopy

Hi, his table has broken I'm afraid. Do you have a picture of him by any chance?

not something i really keep to hand lol hes in his 50s swept back graying hair with glasses best i can do Smiley

Hello. I've had a look around, and, implementing your description, I have come up with three eligible bachelors. Are either of these 50 year-old silver foxes the man you seek?







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