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« Reply #90 on: July 07, 2012, 10:12:48 PM »

and battling with Wadey Ashraf, both playing 110,000+ top 5 stacks

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« Reply #91 on: July 07, 2012, 10:13:34 PM »

Kaibobble has moved to table evilpie

Kaibobble playing 40,000

evil"fiftyshadesofpectorals"pie over 75,000 now
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« Reply #92 on: July 07, 2012, 10:36:13 PM »

At the third break

96 of 204 left

Level 11 next 800-1600

Average is 63,000

Chip leader Mark C Smith has 160,000, with Wadey in the chasing pack

Stopping after Level 15



It's busy in here tonight, the £25 attracted 126 runners..8-10 cash games running (allegedly softer than usual in the last few weeks, funny that)
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« Reply #93 on: July 07, 2012, 10:41:02 PM »

Quite a fun hand saw a board reading

10h

Orlando Anderson has shoved his last 30,000 on the river, from the button

Jav Javed is agonising in the big blind, for all his stack, with 10d Two Diamonds

I am wondering to myself, why the big decision? Get them in, if he has a bigger flush so be it

Eventually Javed gathers up his phone, card protector etc, and calls resignedly in mid rise, mentally on his way out of the door

Orlando has shove bluffed with Ah

Javed thinks his 10 is good, and has made a really good call, and then it is pointed out to him that he has a flush

"Oh" he says and chuckles.
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« Reply #94 on: July 07, 2012, 11:16:42 PM »

Akhil "bigpoppa" Avasthy opens to 3200 in the cut off at 800-1600

Raj Dhiri calls in the big blins

Dhiri check calls 5,000 on  three diamonds

Dhiri check calls 7,500 on  Two Clubs

Dhiri checks the  river

Avasthy bets 9,000

Dhiri check raises to 29,000 total

All this played out over nearly ten minutes

Avasthy calls "have you got the 5?"

Dhiri shows him the flopped nuts 
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« Reply #95 on: July 07, 2012, 11:38:03 PM »

80 left as we head into Level 12


Kevin Noble was put to the test by Daniel Copeland on a 5-10-3-5 board

Noble led for 18,000 and Copeland raised a big stack of purples enough to set Noble in several times over

Noble sat inert for aeons. The clock was called. A minute passed. He was counted down from 10 to 1. His hand was declared dead. The dealer reached for his cards

Noble didn't move at all

Most odd indeed


Copeland has about 140,000 a top 5 stack

Noble needs a cattle prod.
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« Reply #96 on: July 07, 2012, 11:39:58 PM »

Matt Russell started at 30, went to 75, down to 25, up to 75 again now. All part of the plan to be at 200,000 at night end he says

On quite a sparky table with Jamie Andree, who is sparring with Chris Murtagh. Rulings called for, accidentally dropping of chips over the felt. Verbals.

I think Matt will iron the volatile ones out. Don't let me down Matt.
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« Reply #97 on: July 07, 2012, 11:46:50 PM »

11    1    Heidi Myhal
11    2    Demetrios Nikolaidis
11    3    Christopher Murtagh
11    4    Mark Clare
11    5    Roger Wright
11    6    Jamie Holland
11    7    Steven Milton
11    9    Matt Russell

Myhal managed to avoid a full double up with K-Q on x- J-10-A-x against Mark Clare with A-J because she was "being nice"



12    1    Lee Connett
12    2    Brett Pinder
12    3    Joe Oliver
12    4    Haris Uzdrav Is
12    5    Waheed Ashraf
12    6    Ross Talbot
12    7    Thomas Busst
12    8    Peter Winter
12    9    Matthew Cartwright

Matt Cartwright from Walsall way is a presence here. Good player, lots of results yam yam way over the years. Oliver and Ashraf are the other chip leaders on this table


13    1    Stephen Jakes
13    2    Ryan Omahony
13    3    Luke Bayliss
13    4    Chris Lewis
13    5    Joseph Cockburn
13    6    Darren Gayle
13    7    Matthew Maule
13    8    Garry Hallows
13    9    Nicholas Mc Evoy

Still O'Mahony, Luke Bayliss and McEvoy leading on here.


14    1    Tom Kugelstadt
14    2    Frank Hepburn
14    3    Akhil Avasthy
14    4    Ben Jackson
14    5    David Woolis
14    6    Raj Dhiri
14    7    Frank Flanagan
14    8    Thomas Horton
14    9    Weswell Ellis

Good table. Kugelstadt at about 100,000. Jackson well above average too. Presumably not in Vegas cos he's too young to play over there?


21    1    Mark C Smith
21    2    Ross Patman
21    4    Richard Proctor
21    5    Nilufer Gunay
21    6    Graham Manley
21    7    Saifon Lambe
21    8    Steven Brookes
21    9    Imran Mckenzie

Smith and Gunay the chip leaders amongst a sea of bobbing short-stacks

22    1    Lynne Etches
22    2    Jin Ze Wu
22    3    Daniel Copeland
22    4    Leon Campbell
22    5    Elaine Cockburn
22    6    Ben Solway
22    7    Kevin Noble
22    8    Brijesh Das
22    9    Ali Ahmed

Copeland all the way on here. In shock news British Gas's pilot light still flickers


23    1    Ray Mackintosh
23    2    John Fake
23    3    Nathan Whittle
23    4    Sean Randall
23    5    Michael Jagger
23    6    Robert Baguley
23    7    Jose Pena
23    9    Benjamin Sweetman


Sweetman has comforatably over 100,000. Baguley above average too

33    2    Marcel Ligac
33    3    Mat Jones
33    4    Michael Nash
33    5    Shaun Hibbert
33    6    Jav Javed
33    8    Simon Dodson
33    9    Andy Whyte

Shaun Hibbert moved out of a big blind onto here. Awful cap, but big stack

34    1    Duncan Mclellan
34    2    Simon Tasker
34    3    Daniel Ward
34    4    Daniel Hide
34    5    John Wootton
34    6    Fred Wise
34    7    Mike Dao
34    8    Jason Holland
34    9    Karl Whinkless

Dan Ward is due a result. I have that phrase saved in copy and paste favourites. Always impresses me. Maybe this time, more than any other time, this time, he'll get it right? (think that was a football song, once) Duncan Mclellan is an unorthodox playing Irishman who finalled a couple of DTD £300s a while ago. Doesn't like folding. Ever.
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« Reply #98 on: July 07, 2012, 11:57:22 PM »

Justin Beiber update pls Tighty.
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« Reply #99 on: July 07, 2012, 11:58:32 PM »

Justin Beiber update pls Tighty.


Out on about page 2

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« Reply #100 on: July 08, 2012, 12:04:26 AM »

He tried to bluff a lady off a boat? Sounds about right.
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« Reply #101 on: July 08, 2012, 12:24:29 AM »

He tried to bluff a lady off a boat? Sounds about right.

Not a lady, but still a boat
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« Reply #102 on: July 08, 2012, 12:37:31 AM »

Tom Kugelstadt opens to 5,200 at 1200-2400

Akhil Avasthy calls

Ben Jackson 13,800 on the button

Kugelstadt, playing perhaps 120,000, 4 bet shoves

Avasthy folds

Jackson playing just under 100,000 calls


Kugelstadt 

Jackson 

two spades three clubs


Ben Jackson now challenging for the chip lead


60 left heading into Level 14 1500-3000
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« Reply #103 on: July 08, 2012, 01:02:46 AM »

final break of the day, one level to play

45 left

47    Ross Patman
48    Saifon Lambe
49    Mark Clare
50    Leon Campbell
51    Peter Winter
52    Joseph Cockburn
53    Steven Milton
54    Fred Wise
55    Ben Solway
56    Demetrios Nikolaidis
57    Lynne Etches
58    Graham Manley
59    Jamie Holland
60    Nathan Whittle
61    Steven Brookes
62    Andy Whyte
63    Thomas Horton
64    Frank Hepburn
65    Daniel Hide
66    Michael Jagger
67    Jin Ze Wu
68    John Wootton
69    Haris Uzdrav Is
70    David Woolis
71    Duncan Mclellan
72    Matthew Maule
73    Kevin Noble
74    Brijesh Das
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« Reply #104 on: July 08, 2012, 01:09:46 AM »

Matt Russell 215,000, taret acheived with a level to go (plenty of time to get rid of them lol)

Average is 140,000



Spots include KK on the button after a raise and a call to get him to over 100,000

then...

and AA versus Shaun Hibbert, 7-7-6 flop...and Matt is check raised...J on the turn Hibbert shoves 10-10

Aces hold and Matt doubles

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