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« Reply #330 on: November 07, 2010, 01:42:51 AM »

Interesting hand for Matt Russell


Paul Garnham raises to 3,600 from a 20,000 stack

Matt makes it 11,500 next to act from a 30,000 stack

Michael Maruna pushes for 26,000 next to act again


Garnham makes an agonised pass

I feel sure, watching, that Russell has to call 15,000 more into a pot of over 40,000 getting nearly 3-1. Problem being it's a virtual all in for him too

He goes to fold, sighs, pulls his cards back, takes his headphones out, rubs his eyes, smiles and eventually folds


Maruna shows Q-Q

Russell says "I had tens"

He lives to fight another day



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« Reply #331 on: November 07, 2010, 01:44:41 AM »

Elsewhere the limpet like Mickey Wernick has doubled up to 40,000

Matthew "cutefish" Lewis 60,000
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« Reply #332 on: November 07, 2010, 01:47:15 AM »

Tricky situation for a floor ruling

Paul Mason open shoves. As passed cards around him are collected in by the dealer, Mason's cards are accidentally taken in too, though they were behind the line (but unprotected)

With a few people still to act a ruling is called for


The ruling is that "call" chips are left in the pot, the "shove" chips are returned to the player but of course the hand remains dead, the cards now being mixed in with other mucked cards


Mason looks miffed, but to be fair that's a common sense ruling, as it could have been worse....

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« Reply #333 on: November 07, 2010, 01:50:53 AM »

It's double up central out there for the shorties at the moment.

Richard Pearson shoved 8-8 from UTG but ran into David Dyson's J-J in the BB. A flopped set for Pearson was enough to take the hand, the board running out A-T-8-2-9 to send the pot Richard's way, and leave David on fumes. And fuming.

Richard Haile then shoved but ran into Kenny Prazer's . His board however ran out Two Clubs to crack the bullets and double Haile up.

The best hand preflop still didn't hold when Jason Bright shoved . Andrew Papageorgiou next to him then shoved but lost the hand in cruel fashion when the board ran out Two Clubs to give Jason the nut flush and the pot.

Finally, the best hand held when James Green shoved and got a call from Anon with . The flop of was enough.
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« Reply #334 on: November 07, 2010, 02:01:15 AM »

Mickey Wernick is out. He got it all in with J-6hh on a 2-T-3-T-K board, 2 hearts (we think the turn) and was called by K-Q that spiked the river.
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« Reply #335 on: November 07, 2010, 02:07:36 AM »

And we're done for the day. 71 players remain, at an average of 64,647. We return tomorrow at 2.45pm. Tighty is going to post the chip counts when we receive them.

Thanks for watching and see you all tomorrow! I'm off to pass out at my hotel lol.
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« Reply #336 on: November 07, 2010, 02:09:53 AM »

exits at the end of the day

72   Andrew Fry
73   Michael Wernick
74   Joseph Grech
75   David Harris
76   David Dyson
77   Dennis Clough
78   Duc Thanh Nguyen
79   Saif Uddin
80   Ravi Lakhani
81   Craig Watson
82   David Dring
83   Raymond Norton
84   Tim Brown
85   Colin Bidwell
86   Craig Burgess
87   Ashley Smith
88   Robert Boon
89   Andrew O'flaherty
90   Keith Wright
91   Vaidas Siriunas
92   Robert Bulman
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« Reply #337 on: November 07, 2010, 02:15:45 AM »

great work tighty and sharp, top updates as always

 
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« Reply #338 on: November 07, 2010, 02:18:16 AM »


RED-DOG ends the day with 168,000


Crikey


last hand of the day the button min raises and RED in the big blind calls with 3-3


flop J-10-3

RED makes a small lead and the button ships for 40,000

RED calls and is met by Q,er,8

turn 9 to give the button the straight

Sigh

river 9 so RED houses up


Booooomm!!
 

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« Reply #339 on: November 07, 2010, 02:23:29 AM »

Top Updates

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« Reply #340 on: November 07, 2010, 02:24:02 AM »


RED-DOG ends the day with 168,000


Crikey


last hand of the day the button min raises and RED in the big blind calls with 3-3


flop J-10-3

RED makes a small lead and the button ships for 40,000

RED calls and is met by Q,er,8

turn 9 to give the button the straight

Sigh

river 9 so RED houses up


Booooomm!!
 



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« Reply #341 on: November 07, 2010, 02:31:00 AM »

Overnight chip counts

71 left, 45 paid

blinds are 1200-2400/300 when we return tomorrow

Everyone is chasing Ali Mallu. Good luck everyone lol

Alli Mallu   13   8   226400
Matthew Eiler-gadsden   13   1   198400
Julian Lefevre   22   2   198200
Thomas Mccready   14   6   168100
Jamie Kay   15   3   139300
James Green   12   4   128900
Rob Collins   13   6   122900
Stewart Brodie   22   3   121200
Khaneshkan Sriravindrah   13   7   114500
John Exley   22   1   113600
Simon Truin   25   4   110300
Paul Romain   25   6   103100
Andrew Jacques   14   5   99000
Dsominic Mahoney   12   6   98200
William Davies   15   1   95700
Matthew Lewis   11   9   92200
Anon   12   5   80700
Robin Fisher   22   9   79700
Ian Plater   15   8   78400
Mark Oliver   14   8   76500
Wenrui Chen   14   7   76100
Richard Horton   13   9   73600
Akhil Avasthy   12   9   71100
Giuseppe Fontana   14   3   68300
Paul Bowser   13   2   68200
Jake Cody   22   6   65700
Sywin Mooc   22   8   64700
Sayil Zulhayir   23   1   64300
Simon Deadman   14   9   64100
Danny Tran   12   8   63900
Liaquat Javed   12   3   63800
Richard Haile   25   7   62000
Jason Herbert   25   3   60300
Richard Whiteley   25   9   56700
Neil Crozier   23   8   55000
Richard Blacklock   14   2   52000
Yiannis Liperis   25   1   49700
Simon Mitchell   22   7   49400
Jason Bright   23   6   46600
Paul Gardener   14   1   45500
Ronald Lawton   12   2   45300
Dwayne Quinn   13   3   44800
Paul Lyons   23   9   44400
Christopher Goodson   23   5   42300
Adrian Pound   22   4   41600
David Maudlin   15   9   41200
Michael Maruna   13   5   40700
Peter O'brien   11   7   40300
Peter Conduit   11   1   39900
Saifon Lambe   12   1   37200
Colin Thomson   11   2   36200
Phillip Beckinsale   11   6   36000
Desmond Jonas   15   2   32800
Lee Danaher   25   5   30800
Jonathan Helm   15   5   30500
Nigel Allen   23   4   30400
Kenny Prazer   25   8   29400
Ian Bennett   23   2   28800
Paul Garnham   11   3   28500
Andrew Papageorgiou   23   7   27600
Matt Russell   11   4   25700
John King   23   3   24000
Anthony Lawrence   15   4   22600
Richard Pearson   11   5   22200
Tim Blake   22   5   20400
Daniel Cochrane   12   7   19500
Richard Howe   11   8   17700
Kevin Kirby   15   7   15500
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« Reply #342 on: November 07, 2010, 02:32:46 AM »

Right, thank you for following on what has been a hectic day here. 2.30am and the place is still packed and buzzing

I, however, am not. Bed awaits


See you Sunday 2.45pm for what will be an exciting day's play, with £40,000 for the winner
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« Reply #343 on: November 07, 2010, 02:35:20 AM »

Great updates as ever guys thanks very much. Should help my monthly hospital visit move a bit quicker following this tomorrow afternoon  Cheesy
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« Reply #344 on: November 07, 2010, 03:11:01 AM »

Great updates guys!!

Hope Ali Mallu destroys the field 2moro!!
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