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« Reply #90 on: April 06, 2013, 06:35:14 PM »

Craig Betts opens to 1,100 UTG with  . Millidonk taught him that

He gets no less than seven callers, including Andrew bobalike on the button with   

flop 

Small blind Martyn Frey 3,000 with  two hearts

Betts 9,000

Both playing 23,000

bobalike sets them in for 23,000 effective

both call

Betts drawing thin then...

bobalike's top pair Queen kicker holds, he knocks two out and goes to a chip lead with 130,000

No comment.

K4 utg defo a bettsy move..

Where was our king ball?
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« Reply #91 on: April 06, 2013, 06:36:52 PM »

Apologies for the next three pictures. I feel they are part of my best work, but nonetheless if you have a medical condition, prepare yourselves..

Helen the masseuse



Rose and Holly



Kirsty and new valet Charlotte
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« Reply #92 on: April 06, 2013, 06:37:11 PM »

if Round with stato and #realjohnblackupdates are anything to go by, a round with Aaron Br"unskill" is a must.
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« Reply #93 on: April 06, 2013, 06:39:17 PM »

Second break of the day after six levels

174 of 236 remain

Overlay £12,600 with an hour of late reg to come

exits are

177    Stuart Kinghorn
178    Kevin Smith
179    Kyriacos Dionysiou
180    Natalia Breviglieri
181    Steven Hamlani
182    Gordon Woodings
183    Sam Clayden
184    Mark James
185    Craig Betteridge
186    Martyn Frey
187    Patrick Kelly
188    Will Fairclough
189    Stacy Coore
190    Anonymous
191    Navid Abolsahani
192    Roger Hill
193    Charles Allen
194    Michelle Bricknell
195    Kuljinder Sidhu
196    Zane Collison
197    Vittorio Carratu
198    David Crane
199    Christopher Murtagh
200    Karl Caldeira
201    Farhad Mirfakhrai
202    Hamid Rowshanaei
203    Anonymous
204    Llyr Jones
205    Ian Fieldhouse
206    Robert Trueman
207    Joe Oliver
208    Darran Messom
209    Sean Randall
210    Nigel Ventre
211    Anonymous
212    Carl Williams
213    Anonymous
214    John Cleverly-james
215    Lee Taylor
216    Gunmeet Dhingra
217    Alan Hunter
218    Nadim Sarwar
219    David Smart
220    Richard Paul
221    Luke Turner
222    Karl Ali
223    Rahim Tadj-saadat
224    Anonymous
225    Long Sui
226    Nigel Hill
227    Mohammed Qureshi
228    Jack Stokes
229    Anonymous
230    Micheal Sharkey
231    Ryan Spittles
232    Lynne Beaumont
233    Mark Mccluskey
234    Lawrence Sanchez
235    Glyn Cooke
236    Mohammed Ghollamrezapoue

blinds go 300-600 next and average is 41,000

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« Reply #94 on: April 06, 2013, 06:39:20 PM »

if Round with stato and #realjohnblackupdates are anything to go by a round with Aaron Br"unskill" is a must
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« Reply #95 on: April 06, 2013, 06:50:02 PM »

ok after the break

"Br-Unskilled Labour. The secret world of Aaron the Sheffield Tycoon"

On this table...

34    1    Gary Bowden
34    2    Darren Jarvis
34    3    Aaron Brunskill
34    4    James Glossop
34    5    Todd Swain
34    6    Stephen Holden
34    8    Justin Devonport
34    9    Cecilia Aitken
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« Reply #96 on: April 06, 2013, 06:57:01 PM »

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« Reply #97 on: April 06, 2013, 07:01:16 PM »

Apologies for the next three pictures. I feel they are part of my best work, but nonetheless if you have a medical condition, prepare yourselves..

Helen the masseuse



Rose and Holly



Kirsty and new valet Charlotte


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« Reply #98 on: April 06, 2013, 07:02:02 PM »

Last hand before the break, and Rupinder Bedi bounces over to me like a hoodied Tigger excitedly telling me the hand

Livonas made it 1100 on the button

Barry Neville shoves 15,000 in the big blind

The two have been bantering

Livonas calls

Neville

"I 'avn't got much"

and flips 10-9

Livonas reveals, for around 40% of his stack, J-5 off

J-5 off knocks the distraught Neville out on A-Q-6-5-2


as Chuckles finishes Chuckling through the story, Barry wanders over


"absolutely  ******* horrendous"

"the worst I have ever &&&&&& seen"

"wind him up, get an 'and against him and hold. 'sall you 'av to do George"

"absolutely unreal"

and he heads off to his spiritual home, the car park, no doubt to chunter a while further, if not find red-jumpered loose players from Derbyshire
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« Reply #99 on: April 06, 2013, 07:06:04 PM »

He did the same in the apat main event on a few occassions i was sat with him
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« Reply #100 on: April 06, 2013, 07:12:55 PM »

Updates on the Bearded lutonians Please.
Bob alike and his brother. Wink
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« Reply #101 on: April 06, 2013, 07:17:34 PM »

Richard Mothercare Eso Kral raises to 1200 with and is flatted by Mike Hobbs

 

Blacklock 1500, Hobbs flats

 two hearts

Blacklock check calls 3,000 with 6,000 behind

 

Bl;acklock check mcalls all in and is knocked out by 
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« Reply #102 on: April 06, 2013, 07:26:19 PM »

Just got home, nightmare day for me but I guess trying to 4 bet in to the nuts is not the best idea lol. then lost a lot with 10/10 on 8 high flop. bring on the MC Smiley
chip counts on steven holden when you can tighty please
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« Reply #103 on: April 06, 2013, 07:33:51 PM »

Br-Unskilled labour, an everyday story of Sheffield business folk

"I woke up this morning with a busy to-do list

a) Sell my start up business in the field of cryo-technologies. Have been negotiatiing with Bill Gates for ages and I left him in the Sheffiled Hallam travelodge last night considering a counter offer for my 0.6% stake in the business.

b) Return four shirts with holes in them to Meadowhall. I have no receipts but diarised their purchases in my ring binder. Although the purchases date back to 2004 and I have had no luck with the manufacturer, I feel sure the shop will agree I have a case"

c) Go to Corals near Hillsborough and punt £50 on electronic roulette before backing the four favourites each way in the National, making sure the cashier rings up her Head Office first before they accept my bets

d) Purchase new Marc Antonio Number 7 Sheffield Wednesday shirt (note to self, check for holes at time of purchase) at club shop

e) Buy a ferrari

f) form, float and then sell another business by tea-time

All this made me rather late for DTD, I must admit

I arrived at Level 4 and soon chipped up rapidly. Despite my disgust that less reputable players than myself could consider selling shares in any tournament at 1.5 or above, and frankly surprised to see such mistakes in written form in the past week, I consider myself great value and played with the confidence of a young Sir Alan Sugar in his boardroom, or a dashingly handsome Dragon in his den

I soon had 100,000 chips and at the break for tbhe Grand National went outside to silently check this latest t-shirt for holes. All good so far, but then again I only bought it 6 years ago

With blinds of 300-600 75 I sat down after the break as table chip leader

Justin Devonport raised to 1,225

I call, with aplomb. I consider that a player charging a mark-up of 1.5 would not have made this correct play. I did though, for I am mighty, always right and everyone knows it

The button calls and Steve Holden calls in the big blind

Two Diamonds flop

It is checked to me

Green light says GO GO GO (I learnt that from Gordon Ramsay on one of his cooking programmes where he was chastising those in his kitchen. Legend)

I bet 3,500

The button calls

  turn

I check. After all I have nothing

The button bets 6,000

I pass, lulling him into a false sense of security. I will call him out later for not stacking his chips neatly and having an unironed crease in his jeans. Sloppy


In the next hand, I have to post another 75 ante. 75 antes should not be allowed as they unbalance my stack and make it look uneven. I intend to make a forum post about it, whilst reminding players that they should not make the mistake of ever asking for 1.5 in a comp.

I raise and am called by the same player as before

I won't be offering him a job soon, I can tell you

Two Clubs three clubs

I check call

 

I check call 3,200

 

I check, trappily. But my opponent would not know this for I am clever

He bets 7,200

A-ha! I check raise to 27,400

He passes

Another notch on my burgeoning young entrpreneur of the year belt

In the very next hand, seat 9 opens to 2,000

2,000 is a good raise size as its even and symmetrical. I like this player

I call, as a result, so do two other players

Two Clubs

It is checked to me

I bet 2,300 and they all fold

I now have over 125,000 and am a top five stack


When I win the £30,000 first prize I am going to invest it in a proper clothes manufacturing facility for Sheffield, which I will run with a rod of iron, and unimpeachable quality assurance processes.
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« Reply #104 on: April 06, 2013, 07:42:42 PM »

Loving your work today Mr End.
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