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« on: September 03, 2012, 08:52:01 AM »

910 began over three starting days and 22 remain as follows

Lee Taylor    14    5    5660000
Kieran Plater    13    1    4250000
Danish Gandhi    13    6    3505000
Marius Lietuvninkas    12    7    3430000
David Williams    14    3    3400000
Sean Randall    12    4    2930000
Cina Farazdaghi    12    2    2310000
Giedrius Mockunas    14    2    2290000
Glen Mccabe    14    4    2255000
Darren Copus    12    3    2235000
Marios Andreas    13    4    2085000
Charles Akadiri    12    5    1855000
James Browning    14    8    1345000
Matt Perrins    13    5    1220000

Tin Yau Li    13    8    1085000
Sean Belton    12    6    1015000
Gary Jones    13    7    970000
Senh Man Ung    14    6    830000
Nick Jamieson    14    1    830000
Thomas Myland    13    3    805000
Anthony Mackay    13    2    750000
Stuart Fox    12    8    485000
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« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2012, 08:52:18 AM »

1. £110,000.00
2. £65,000.00
3. £43,000.00
4. £30,000.00
5. £22,000.00
6. £17,000.00
7. £12,000.00
8. £8,500.00
9. £6,500.00
10. £5,000.00
11. £4,500.00
12. £4,500.00
13. £3,750.00
14. £3,750.00
15. £3,300.00
16. £3,300.00
17-24. £2,800.00
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« Reply #2 on: September 03, 2012, 08:54:25 AM »

Once again many thanks to Jonathan for his hard work over the weekend

One more day


Alongside the updates this afternoon the whole of the final day's play will be live streamed

Play moves 8 handed, and there will be a feature table throughout

The link for that commentary and chatbox is at http://www.dusktilldawncasinonottingham.com/live.php

I will be in the commentary booth with Paul Zimbler


Please post on the updates as you watch
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« Reply #3 on: September 03, 2012, 09:18:26 AM »

Once again many thanks to Jonathan for his hard work over the weekend

One more day


Alongside the updates this afternoon the whole of the final day's play will be live streamed

Play moves 8 handed, and there will be a feature table throughout

The link for that commentary and chatbox is at http://www.dusktilldawncasinonottingham.com/live.php

I will be in the commentary booth with Paul Zimbler


Please post on the updates as you watch

Interesting.

Very best of luck today Tighty and I echo your sentiments re: Jon's efforts, wp both of you.

Looking forward to the final. Special well wishes to Mr Belton though fear he's playing for second place behind Marius...
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« Reply #4 on: September 03, 2012, 09:29:01 AM »

So, some information about some of your final 22....I don't know all of the guys, but I know most...

The runners and riders and the form guide


Lee Taylor

Lee, from Newcastle overcame an unpromising start. Two Lee Taylors in the field, both wanted to sit in the same seat, and this Lee was asked to move.....on such fine margins are tournaments won and lost. Lee is from Newcastle, best result is a 4th in a GUKPT £500 at Coventry and whatever happens this is already his highest live cash

Kieran Plater

Kieran looks about 14. Son of DTD regular Ian, he posts on blonde as donkieplayer. With his shock of Ginger hair, the one thing you notice about Kie when you walk the tables is his real enthusiasm for the game. Bounces around like a card-playing tigger, simply loves it. This is his first live festival cash, a terrific achievement already. Good news really, as the school term starts this week, and there's new uniform to buy

Marius Lietuvninkas 

Tough player, a regular on the UK circuit since 2009. Best result 6th in a UKIPT for over £8,000. Based in London with a string of minor festival cashes to his name. Dark horse for this, not a lot of update profile, but a real threat

David Williams

If its the David I am aware of, a Les Croups regular in Cardiff, only festival cashes so far at his local casino

Sean Randall 

DTD regular at the big events, indeed he won the DTD Deepstack in its £300 buy in days for over £12,000.

Cina Farazdaghi   

No database entries. Guessing a bit here but judging from who was railing him online, a Northampton player with that good crop of young players (and John Black)? Someone can confirm....

Glen McCabe 

Irishman Glen with a string of festival results in the Republic, including an outright win in Kildare. Best ever DTD result 10th in a monthly Deepstack

Marios Andreas   

Marios is from London, with a few results in festivals in places like Big Bluff, where he scooped £14,500 in a £200 buy in event for finishing 2nd! I remember him on Day1a, drawn next to Chilli and giving her problems most of the day

James Browning

The veteran of the field. Effusive and erudite, loquacious and pragmatic. TV veteran from Poker Night Live, Sky Poker. Many poker involvements over many years. Very steady and consistent player. According to THM, has never had a five figure tournament cash, which surprised me

Matt Perrins

$750,000 of live database cashes including a WSOP bracelet, winner of IPT Venice, 2nd in a DTD Monte Carlo etc etc. Has never had leading chips in this, but in many ways is the class of the field. Hostelries in Leeds await another big cash with baited breath

Sean Belton

Former DTD Dealer, website entrepreneur, blonde diarist, Shaggy from Scooby-Doo lookalike, we thought there was no beginning to this man's talents. Today he can rpove us wrong. Going to be one of the best supported players on here, zerofive has a big chance today. Already his biggest live cash, I'd love him to hit it big today.

Senh Man Ung

West Midlands based tournament reg, highest cash £8,000 in a GUKPT. Looks hard as nails, plays hard as nails.


Nick Jamieson

5th in a UKIPT Galway side event, won into and cashed in the PCA for $30,000

Thomas Myland

The best builder in St Albans. Strangest diarist on blonde. A Luton regular for 67 years, with his own unique style on and off the table. Seeing his hole cards on the live stream will, for me, solve one of my ancient poker riddles. How does he do it?

Anthony Mackay

Anthony is a high stakes London cash game and tournament regular, at places like the Vic. Really strong game, database entries consistently since 2006, primarily in London and not often seen at DTD. Take him lightly at your peril

Stuart Fox

Coming into today as the short-stack Stuart from Birmingham is an extremely likeable and successful tournament pro with $1.4m in career winnings including a three WSOP final tables, two EPT finals and a WPT final. Took a break from the game a while ago with the arrival of his son, but came back last year as good as he ever was. I hope he gets chips today, would love to watch him go deep here


Others

Danish Gandhi
Giedrius Mockunas 
Darren Copus
Charles Akadiri 
Gary Jones (not "the choirboy" i don't think)
Tin Yau Li

Information on these guys gratefully received, thanks!
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« Reply #5 on: September 03, 2012, 10:07:43 AM »

Just woke up and mr Taylor's chip leader think I'll be letting the wife know I am off to rail him and most probley have to explain what rail means then I'll be to start the 2hr trip..... COME ON LEE TAYLOR Smiley
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« Reply #6 on: September 03, 2012, 10:11:18 AM »

Gl to 21 of the runners     .....

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« Reply #7 on: September 03, 2012, 10:19:02 AM »

Gl to 21 of the runners     .....

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« Reply #8 on: September 03, 2012, 10:37:01 AM »

Glglgl Bernard. No longer a builder though, now St Albans' answer to Ted Moult.
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« Reply #9 on: September 03, 2012, 10:39:52 AM »

910 began over three starting days and 22 remain as follows

Lee Taylor    14    5    5660000
Kieran Plater    13    1    4250000
Danish Gandhi    13    6    3505000
Marius Lietuvninkas    12    7    3430000
David Williams    14    3    3400000
Sean Randall    12    4    2930000
Cina Farazdaghi    12    2    2310000
Giedrius Mockunas    14    2    2290000
Glen Mccabe    14    4    2255000
Darren Copus    12    3    2235000
Marios Andreas    13    4    2085000
Charles Akadiri    12    5    1855000
James Browning    14    8    1345000
Matt Perrins    13    5    1220000

Tin Yau Li    13    8    1085000
Sean Belton    12    6    1015000
Gary Jones    13    7    970000
Senh Man Ung    14    6    830000
Nick Jamieson    14    1    830000
Thomas Myland    13    3    805000
Anthony Mackay    13    2    750000
Stuart Fox    12    8    485000

Good luck to all who made it today. Great Comp and well run by DTD again.
Have to say this as I played on Saturday, I absolutely hate those uniforms the girls are wearing. Who actually thinks they look good. I'm no prude, but I think it is demeaning. Srry its my view !!!
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« Reply #10 on: September 03, 2012, 10:44:04 AM »

Cina Farazdaghi I'm sure is a member of the www.Pokertube.com team. Online reg. From Belgium. Really good player. One to watch Tighty.
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« Reply #11 on: September 03, 2012, 10:45:19 AM »

Bets of luck to Sean today. Ship the lot mate.
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« Reply #12 on: September 03, 2012, 10:48:51 AM »

Cina Farazdaghi I'm sure is a member of the www.Pokertube.com team. Online reg. From Belgium. Really good player. One to watch Tighty.

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« Reply #13 on: September 03, 2012, 11:00:10 AM »

good luck to all.
Especially Tom Myland
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« Reply #14 on: September 03, 2012, 11:20:22 AM »

Great summary tighty. I've never met that ginger kid before but seen him bouncing around like Tigger on a sunny D drip so be good if he ships it
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