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« Reply #150 on: March 01, 2013, 11:38:27 PM »

How's Barry neviel doing ?

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He has 120,000 and is currently admonishing Penny the ex dealer turned valet for liking pretty boys and not butch fellas

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« Reply #151 on: March 01, 2013, 11:41:12 PM »

Great updates again Tighty. What do you recommend from the food menu?
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« Reply #152 on: March 01, 2013, 11:45:35 PM »

Great updates again Tighty. What do you recommend from the food menu?

Been a good lad. Chicken Noodles and a side salad.

Copious cups of tea

Resisting the desserts that keep wafting past me towards the tables
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« Reply #153 on: March 01, 2013, 11:50:15 PM »

Through the blinds with Goulder

Goulder moves table


Langley 5,200 on the button

Mark Cullumbine calls in the small blind

Goulder 19,300 in the big blind

Langley, as suspicious as Dangermouse and Penfold on the trail of Baron Silas Greenback in a 1980s childrens cartoon, passes

Cullumbine passes


Next hand, folded to Goulder in the small, raises to 6,200

David Gallagher in the big calls



Goulder 5,500, call

check check

check check

Goulder shows down and is good



With 4 tables left, it is a bit unfortunate for me that the Goulder/Langley table with what might be a fun dynamic is next to break

If it weren't to break, I would think one of these might be over-night chip leader
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« Reply #154 on: March 01, 2013, 11:53:25 PM »

Down to 3 tables and 27 left

As follows:

12    1    Anthony Thornhill
12    2    Alex Goulder
12    3    Jack Young
12    4    George Baldock
12    5    Scott Long
12    6    Nikita Novikovs
12    7    James Tomlin
12    8    Martins Pavars
12    9    John Woods

13    1    Ceri Rees
13    2    Barry Neville
13    3    Tom Langley
13    4    James Millard
13    5    Alec Tindal
13    6    Paul Mason
13    7    Will Fairclough
13    8    Mark Cullumbine
13    9    Ricky Cross

14    1    Chris Cancelliere
14    2    Carl Taylor
14    3    James Gardner
14    4    Gordon Goodall
14    5    Anonymous
14    6    Jack Allen
14    7    Athir Ali
14    8    David Lhonore
14    9    David Gallagher

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« Reply #155 on: March 02, 2013, 12:03:16 AM »

Tom Langley doubles through Mark Cullumbine

Langley shoves on Q-J-8 over a Cullumbine c bet, for 106,000

Called by A-Q

Langley A-K

10 on the turn to send Langley over 200,000 and about 1.5x average
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« Reply #156 on: March 02, 2013, 12:23:35 AM »

John Woods, challenging for the chip lead with 400,000

Opens the cut off for 6,000 and Goulder calls on the button



Woods 15,000

Goulder 40,000

Woods passes



Next hand

Goulder opens to 6,000

In the small blind George Baldock 13,2000

Goulder 4 bets to 30,000

Baldock passes



Next hand James Tomlin opens to 7,300

Goulder 17,000

Scott Long in the big blind calls

Tomlin calls

three diamonds two hearts

Long open shoves 60,000

Both pass, Goulder saying "this is the best hand I have had for ages too"


Alex is not going to die wondering here, its get a stack time.....
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« Reply #157 on: March 02, 2013, 12:38:23 AM »

David L'Honore raises and James Gardner shoves

L'Honore calls with Q-Q and the short-stack has A-J

2-K-Q-A-2 knocks out Gardner

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Meanwhile on table Garrulous Neville

Ricky Cross opens to 6,000

On the button short-stack Alec Tindal 3 bets to 12,000

Cullumbine calls in the big blind

Cross calls

2-7-7

check check, shove from Tindall

Barry Neville rises and approaches me, his hulking demeanour dominating my space, and whispers

"Only One 'and he can 'ave Tighty. Aces or Kings"

"Hasn't 3 bet all t'time on 'ere Tighty. Aces"

Cullumbine and Cross pass

Tindall flips 8-8

"fook me Tighty, I wasn't expecting that"


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« Reply #158 on: March 02, 2013, 12:42:10 AM »

Break after 14 levels on the never-ending days play

22 are left as blinds go 2000-4000

Average is 156,000

exits

23    James Gardner
24    Ceri Rees
25    Athir Ali
26    Martins Pavars
27    Anthony Thornhill
28    Nick Hicks
29    Andy King
30    Charlotte Godwin
31    Joseph Cockburn
32    Michelle Bennett
33    Vikram Digpal


and chip counts

12    2    Alex Goulder 250,000
12    3    Jack Young 120,000
12    4    George Baldock 160,000
12    5    Scott Long 90,000
12    6    Nikita Novikovs 130,000
12    7    James Tomlin 160,000
12    8    Will Fairclough 130,000
12    9    John Woods 350,000

13    2    Barry Neville 200,000
13    3    Tom Langley 290,000
13    4    James Millard 100,000
13    5    Alec Tindal 90,000
13    6    Paul Mason 80,000
13    8    Mark Cullumbine 120,000
13    9    Ricky Cross 375,000

14    1    Chris Cancelliere 150,000
14    2    Carl Taylor 180,000
14    4    Gordon Goodall 100,000
14    5    Daniel KD Ward 90,000
14    6    Jack Allen 100,000
14    8    David L'honore 300,000
14    9    David Gallagher 275,000







Two levels, count them Tighty count them, Two levels to play on the first of the Graveyard shifts
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« Reply #159 on: March 02, 2013, 01:14:20 AM »

David L'Honore opens to 8,000

David Gallagher, who appears to have lost a big pot to Chris Cancelliere since the break, shoves for 30,000

call

L'Honore

Gallagher

flop

turn

river to knock Gallagher out and take us to 20 left
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« Reply #160 on: March 02, 2013, 01:16:00 AM »

Other exits since the break, Jack Allen and Scott Long

Chip leaders John Wood, Ricky Cross, David L'Honore, Tom Langley, Chris Cancelliere
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« Reply #161 on: March 02, 2013, 01:20:23 AM »

Ricky Cross opens UTG

Tom Langley flats Aces in position with the

flop

Cross 10,500. Call

turn (blessed)

Cross check calls 23,000

river Two Clubs

Cross check calls a whopping 64,000 and of course loses to the nuts

Langley 400,000 and close to John Wood's chip lead
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« Reply #162 on: March 02, 2013, 01:36:16 AM »

John Wood opens to 9,000 in the cut off at the end of 2000-4000

Alex Goulder calls on the button

They check down 

Wood 18,000 in a tower of low denomination chips on the  river

Instant call from Goulder with  beating  three clubs
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« Reply #163 on: March 02, 2013, 01:38:10 AM »

19 left, into the last level of the day

2500-5000

Average 180,000

Chip leaders around 400,000

exits that level

20    Jack Allen
21    David Gallagher
22    Scott Long
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« Reply #164 on: March 02, 2013, 01:38:34 AM »

I 3bet pre to 20k but w/e Tongue
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