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« Reply #120 on: March 05, 2011, 11:04:05 PM »

they're both horrible!
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« Reply #121 on: March 05, 2011, 11:16:52 PM »

Nigel Hill is out. He ran A-6 into the A-A of Clark Brunton. No help on the 9-8-6-J-4 board for a shortstacked Nigel and he heads to the rail.

Joining him is Tom Perchard, who lost the proverbial race against Steve Lovatt's 2-2. A-Q was no good to Tom on the 9 high board.
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« Reply #122 on: March 05, 2011, 11:17:54 PM »

they're both horrible!

They're both "Ed Hardy" or to be more precise, Christian Audigier.

Joobs is drooling.
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« Reply #123 on: March 05, 2011, 11:19:41 PM »

Some chipcounts:

Robert Cowen - 55k
Mickey Wernick - 52k
Ray Ryder - 72k
Peter Collins - 70k
Simon Deadman - 80k and has just seen Cowen move 2 to his left. Expect fireworks.
Kinboshi - 35k
Jason Herbert - 35k
Chinese Frankie - 35k
Shaun King - 35k
James Barber - 35k 3.5k 10,075 after KK beats Ax on a A-x-x-K-x board. First time all day he's been over starting stack.
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« Reply #124 on: March 05, 2011, 11:23:16 PM »

gl from Gib to Micky Wernick
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« Reply #125 on: March 05, 2011, 11:26:03 PM »

81 left, on the following tables.

11 1 Robert Sampson
11 2 Richard Pearson
11 3 Chin Chai Koh
11 4 Mark Brassington
11 5 Stephen Holden
11 6 Mazhar Latif
11 7 Sonia Padovani
11 8 Nick Hicks
11 9 Demetris Theophanos

12 1 Clark Brunton
12 2 Jin Ze Wu
12 3 Darren Pound
12 4 Simon Deadman
12 5 Susan Cook
12 6 Robert Cowen
12 7 Ian Gascoigne
12 8 Robert Garfield
12 9 Michael Wernick

14 1 Carl Thomas
14 2 Nigel Ventre
14 3 Tina Ainsworth
14 4 Robert Moore
14 5 Adriano Luzzi
14 6 Micheal Sharkey
14 7 Daniel Phillips
14 8 Deborah Rawson
14 9 Trevor Pearson

15 1 Mark Physick
15 2 Philip Tomlinson
15 3 Euan Ralston
15 4 Edward Barker
15 5 Alan Linford
15 6 Chris Sly
15 7 Michael Vassiliou
15 8 Troye Collins
15 9 Benjamin Sweetman

21 1 Shaun King
21 2 Nadim Sarwar
21 3 Jonathan Baylis
21 4 Matt Russell
21 5 Roberto Romanello
21 6 Stephen Lovatt
21 7 Roger Harvey
21 8 Glen Storey
21 9 Richard Whiteley

22 1 David Smart
22 2 Shiv Kumar
22 3 Mathew Elder-gadesen
22 4 Kevin Lee
22 5 Paul Collins
22 6 Kathleen Padovani
22 7 James Barber
22 8 Waheed Ashraf
22 9 Ben Vinson

23 1 Thomas High
23 2 Kevin Smith
23 3 Charles Flynn
23 4 Liam Reddin
23 5 Shaun Goy
23 6 Peter Collins
23 7 Timothy Rowland
23 8 Anthony Doggett
23 9 Marios Arkadiou

32 1 Stephen Freeman
32 2 Mervyn Mcilwrath
32 3 Basharat Mahmood
32 4 Jason Herbert
32 5 Ray Ryder
32 6 Nicolas Mclellan
32 7 Dennise Frost
32 8 Tom Kugelstadt
32 9 Stephen Nash

33 1 Paul Birkett
33 2 Niccholas Romanello
33 3 Derek Pennington
33 4 David Wernick
33 5 Martin Spearing
33 6 Yiannis Liperis
33 7 Sam Maddison
33 8 Christopher Brion
33 9 Ian Hope

Who's your winner?
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« Reply #126 on: March 05, 2011, 11:26:12 PM »

they're both horrible!

They're both "Ed Hardy" or to be more precise, Christian Audigier.

Joobs is drooling.

I can't help it i'm getting old

and yes I like the hoodies Wink
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« Reply #127 on: March 05, 2011, 11:27:15 PM »

Pic and update on Kevin Smith please
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« Reply #128 on: March 05, 2011, 11:29:31 PM »


I may be able to find girgy but finding big hands is becoming difficult for me.

Stuck with table 23 for a bit, railing cf and willing a double up for him.

thought it was going to happen when he shove reraised all in for 13k preflop, but they all folded.
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« Reply #129 on: March 05, 2011, 11:29:54 PM »

chip count for rob garfield pls.
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« Reply #130 on: March 05, 2011, 11:31:04 PM »


I may be able to find girgy but finding big hands is becoming difficult for me.

Stuck with table 23 for a bit, railing cf and willing a double up for him.

thought it was going to happen when he shove reraised all in for 13k preflop, but they all folded.

I have been informed that as soon as i moved away from the table cf has won a big pot and is now on about 27k ish. i'll see if I can get the details.
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« Reply #131 on: March 05, 2011, 11:40:36 PM »


chip count for rob garfield pls.

about 40k
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« Reply #132 on: March 05, 2011, 11:41:18 PM »


I may be able to find girgy but finding big hands is becoming difficult for me.

Stuck with table 23 for a bit, railing cf and willing a double up for him.

thought it was going to happen when he shove reraised all in for 13k preflop, but they all folded.

I have been informed that as soon as i moved away from the table cf has won a big pot and is now on about 27k ish. i'll see if I can get the details.

He's now back down to 19k after the following hand.

Marios Arkadiou limped for 800 UTG and Nana isolated to 2200 from mid position. Arkadiou called and they saw a devil flop.



Arkadiou bet 2500 and Nana called. The turn was the and both checked, and this was repeated on the Two Clubs river. A grinning Arkadiou laughed and said "I didn't need that third 2 on the river did I? I was always ahead!" Nana grimaced and mucked what I assume was Ace high.
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« Reply #133 on: March 05, 2011, 11:44:04 PM »

Ian Gascoigne is out,  All in pre flop his A 5 was no match for Simon Deadman's A Q, a Q on the turn said good night to the lovely Ian.


(sorry Ian I couldn't make it sound better so I threw in a compliment)



Simon is on about 95k he said to round it up to 400k in the update
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« Reply #134 on: March 05, 2011, 11:44:13 PM »

James Barber just doubled through Shiv Kumar.

Barber raised to 2200 preflop and Kumar called in the BB. The flop came down and Kumar snap-shoved. James resignedly called but was massively ahead, Kumar showing for bottom pair whilst Barber had . The sweat came on the turn when appeared, but James faded the 14 outs on the river to double to about 20k.

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