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« Reply #315 on: June 02, 2013, 08:33:04 AM »

nice one vinod....good luck today

unlucky yeahman...there's always the next DTD tounry
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« Reply #316 on: June 02, 2013, 09:20:43 AM »

Any idea roughly how many blondes are still in for the LLB ?
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« Reply #317 on: June 02, 2013, 10:28:14 AM »

Been a long time since I posted on here, but made it through to day 3, and as I've not been playing poker at all I'm pretty chuffed.(won seat through the facebook freeroll, so...BONUS)
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« Reply #318 on: June 02, 2013, 10:43:11 AM »

Day 2B Chip Counts:

Anonymous   22   7   306000
Paul Bampton   26   3   276000
Van Tuan Phan   21   5   266600
Adebayo Odetoyinbo   41   6   250200
Age Spets   25   3   248000
James Clutton   13   1   238700
Tomi-Ville Hytti   15   2   236900
Martial blangenwitsch   44   4   234000
Ben Jones   36   4   230300
Manuel Garcia Gonzalez   25   5   229300
Ben Martin   14   6   215000
Ross Loggie   7   7   214500
Mahamed Muse   42   9   212600
Soren Hansen   31   3   212400
Nils Jarefjall   33   3   207600
Mitchell Johnson   34   4   204200
Daniel Hardy   32   7   202200
Andrew Gough   6   6   200200
ole schemion   33   2   196700
giovanni di persio   7   9   196200
Christopher O'donnell   13   3   193600
Giulian0 Bendinelli   35   9   184500
Gareth Holt   21   3   183600
Thomas Ambler   17   8   181800
Satnam Sandhu   4   2   181300
Yiannis Liperis   44   7   180200
Derek Murray   5   4   179300
Chris Smith   6   8   178900
Daniel Johansson   35   7   178600
Michael Maruna   16   1   178300
Jen-yue Chiang   40   4   176800
maxime conte   44   2   175700
S�bastien Bouvron   24   2   168800
Mark Dillon   34   1   167200
giuseppe stagno   17   6   166400
Bj�rn Eriksson   35   2   165200
Tom Kugelstadt   33   5   163600
Daryl Haney   39   6   163000
David Burn   26   2   162700
Peter Eastgate   17   7   155700
Narcis Cristian Olaru   22   4   153600
Jack Ellwood   42   2   152100
antoine saout   23   8   151500
Oliver Price   13   7   149400
Marcin Wydrowski   43   8   149200
Farhad Afshin   41   1   148000
Neil Raine   16   6   146500
Dave Ulliott   16   5   145000
Toby Lewis   31   1   144300
hauke Heseding   43   5   142600
Georgios Doumas   31   7   141400
Reyaaz Mulla   17   2   141300
Ferhad Seyadi   34   2   140200
Jonathan Spinks   23   7   138800
Ning Li   7   1   136900
Xavier el fassy   31   2   136000
Andrej Kuttruf   41   3   135500
Matt Adams   5   8   133900
Robert GIORDANO   23   2   132800
Andre Moreira   39   8   132800
Steve Brown   14   3   132100
Andreas Constantinou   30   2   131200
Jorge Ufano   43   2   129100
Ganesh Jayaraman   15   1   128800
Abhishek Khaitan   13   4   128200
Roberto Romanello   21   9   125000
Stephen Jennison   41   2   123500
Simon Higgins   5   1   122400
Andr� Andrade   31   4   121000
Eric Meissonnier   14   4   121000
Dany Parlafes   7   8   120700
Pramesh Bansi   6   3   120100
Leon Louis   17   5   117700
paolo morris   30   6   117000
Jonathan Concepcion   6   7   113400
Edward Roger   22   8   111100
Paul Senter   21   8   110800
Tom Hall   16   7   109800
jorma nuutinen   41   4   109100
David Stonehouse   41   7   108900
Murtagh Mulholland   30   3   108400
Tracey Lockwood   4   3   105500
Glyn Rees   6   2   103400
Peter ROCHE   36   8   103400
Duncan Mclellan   41   8   102900
Michael Quigley   43   9   101200
Sylvia Hewitt   35   3   100000
Sebastian Gohr   33   7   99500
Paul Hardwidge   24   3   98500
Antanas Guoga   14   7   97300
Seun Oluwole   26   1   97100
Mathew Perry   24   7   95000
Basharat Mahmood   23   3   94100
Dale Garrad   5   6   93600
philippe barouk   32   4   93000
martin quack   5   3   92000
Chris Dowling   43   1   90400
Christopher Tilbury   14   9   90300
Bradley Gibbs   7   5   90200
Nick Hicks   42   7   90000
Daniel Platten   42   5   89700
Eugen Fritzler   21   1   89600
Craig Goldsmith   39   9   89600
Joel Ettedgi   21   7   89500
Patrick Guintrand   16   9   88800
Timothy Chung   17   3   87600
Neil Mcculloch   22   2   87600
Albert Sapiano   6   5   86700
Paul Bell   44   1   86200
Anthony Davies   4   7   82800
Aurelien Cattet   42   4   82600
Christophe PEREIRA   14   2   82400
Paul Garden   26   8   82400
Gary Bryan   34   3   82100
Angelo Vietti   36   2   82100
Chin Chai Koh   39   3   79900
Rory Campbell   32   8   79300
James Fisher   23   9   79000
Erich Kollmann   36   3   77700
Marcel Luske   4   1   77600
Ka-Wing Njouw   24   4   77000
benoit albiges   39   7   76700
Michael Wernick   40   3   76300
Nilufer Gunay   35   5   75700
Kevin Lee   32   9   75400
Richard Hawes   13   8   75300
James Tomlin   42   3   74700
Carlo Cantone   23   1   74700
Maurice Samuels   33   6   74600
Khalil Youssafi   32   6   74200
Mark Wagstaff   21   4   73800
Jonathan Kalmar   4   5   73600
Dominic Kay   15   3   73500
Philip Ashton   33   1   73300
Anonymous   24   9   72900
Min Ji   7   4   71800
antonino leotta   24   8   71600
David DRAI   25   1   71000
Mark Hutchison   13   5   70400
Liz Lieu   22   3   70200
Julian Gardner   43   3   68900
Ben Vinson   24   5   67500
Jamie Brown   42   8   66300
Stephen Holden   43   4   66200
Anton Abela   40   5   65800
Vincent Sanchez   15   7   65800
Thomas Busst   31   6   65700
Frederic FUENTES BUSSOT   17   1   65600
Laurence Houghton   25   9   65600
flavien Guenan   15   5   65600
Patrick sacrispeyre   14   1   65500
Long Sui   23   4   65300
Milan Rabsz   43   6   64900
Florent MARQUES   33   4   64800
Mark Roberts   42   6   64700
Richard Hoadley   6   9   64500
Darren Hill   30   5   64300
Kevin Iacofano   39   1   64100
Darren Stribling   39   2   62800
Benjamin Jenkins   15   8   61300
Emlyn Long   6   4   61300
Giovanni Raffa   40   2   61200
Morgan Karlsson   16   2   60800
Alistair Carins   39   4   60300
Harprit Singh Gurnam   36   5   60200
Azziz Echihi   30   1   59700
Stephen Rawle   30   4   59500
Rinaldo Aquino   4   8   59400
Daniel georgescu   44   5   59100
Rasmus Agerskov   34   5   59100
Daniel Lenham   40   8   57300
jean christophe choffray   22   6   56000
david gough   32   3   54900
Thomas High   25   6   54800
Patricia Anne Baggott   26   4   53500
alain roy   32   2   52900
Bao Trung Tieu   15   4   52700
Jean-michel Ploch   16   4   51500
Guy Collins   5   5   50400
Morten Varbaek Mortensen   22   9   50300
Zeik Tuit   7   6   49000
Saifon Lambe   36   9   48800
Tomasz Gluszko   4   6   47900
Anonymous   41   9   47600
Richard Garner   44   3   46800
Kevin Stani   30   7   46400
Adrian Copping   24   6   46100
David Gent   6   1   45900
Jakub Dobias   43   7   45300
James Akenhead   22   1   44700
Alexander Jilek   36   7   44700
Gary Fisher   40   1   44400
said sadallah   35   1   43600
Michal Vojtisek   26   9   43600
Martin Kabrhel   40   7   43100
Alan Brown   40   6   42900
Paul Coughlan   31   9   42800
Thomas Tranpota   34   9   42700
Ivan Tikhov   17   4   42400
Alex Millar   33   8   41300
Gerard Mc Clure   42   1   41200
ryan bell   41   5   40800
Martin Cheese   32   1   40600
James Atkin   31   8   40200
Alison Awome   25   2   39200
Zigmantas Jockus   17   9   39100
Renee Xie   26   7   38100
Dean Bloomfield   22   5   38000
Marc Uzan   4   4   37600
Anthony Woolley   26   6   36100
Alain Medesan   13   2   35900
Waheed Ashraf   13   9   35800
Ryan Passey   21   2   35200
Carlo Citrone   7   2   35000
CHRISTOPHE CABRAS   23   6   34700
Ugnius Simelionis   30   8   34400
Gerald Karlic   26   5   34200
Gaurav Kumar   44   9   33200
Oliver Breese   25   4   32900
Gavin Mills   23   5   31900
Anonymous   25   7   31700
Joseph Lovelady   35   4   31000
Neil Giblin   44   8   30800
Stephen Millar   15   9   30500
Anthony Hardy   14   8   29600
Stuart ODELL   5   2   29400
Erik Wigg   16   3   29400
John Murray   24   1   29300
Julian Herold   35   8   29200
Jono Beck   34   7   28900
James Sullivan   21   6   28800
Pierluigi Palmaricciotti   4   9   28400
Will Blanche   40   9   25600
Raymond Norton   16   8   23900
Alan Gold   34   8   23800
Giuseppe Grimaldi   7   3   23700
Paul Brown   31   5   23100
Lasse Frost   5   7   18800
David Lloyd   30   9   14800
Philippe narboni   15   6   12400
Alex Varga   14   5   11500
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« Reply #319 on: June 02, 2013, 10:56:26 AM »

Don't suppose there is any chance of the players agreeing to reduce the payouts to reduce DTDs overlay? No didn't think so (0);
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« Reply #320 on: June 02, 2013, 11:04:09 AM »

Don't suppose there is any chance of the players agreeing to reduce the payouts to reduce DTDs overlay? No didn't think so (0);

I thought this last night - if I had been in a position to be affected by it, I just couldn't accept €500k straight out of Rob's pocket. There are probably many other UK players who feel the same. Obv, random foreigners could probably care less.
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« Reply #321 on: June 02, 2013, 11:15:07 AM »

Don't suppose there is any chance of the players agreeing to reduce the payouts to reduce DTDs overlay? No didn't think so (0);

I thought this last night - if I had been in a position to be affected by it, I just couldn't accept €500k straight out of Rob's pocket. There are probably many other UK players who feel the same. Obv, random foreigners could probably care less.

Plenty of time for post mortems. I'd be amazed if yesterday's numbers hadn't been anticipated long in advance.

Terrific shame but I'm sure, when the dust has settled, DTD will come out of this favourably.
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« Reply #322 on: June 02, 2013, 11:47:44 AM »

It is with some regret that I start this piece. It is Sunday 2nd June and poker may have climbed into its death bed in the UK. Tragically over the weekend DTD, have apparently, lost almost 600,000 Euros on the ISPT poker event. Two years in the planning “the ISPT” is a great idea but perhaps a little ambitious in its conception and the clash with the WSOP is very difficult.

I want to question the DTD losses 589,060€, none of my business I know, but how can they carry on making these sort of losses? With almost 250K towards paying for the event perhaps the ISPT losses will be reduced so they can carry on with further events? I think, despite the reduced turnout for the event, that London Wembley was the right choice for the kick off event. Perhaps when the final figures are analysed and the online returns dissected losses can be put more into perspective.

There is no doubt that DTD is an incredibly brave organisation and 100% committed to poker in the UK, I for one will certainly be trying to support them even more through 2013 and beyond, they have rapidly become the true heart of poker in Europe.

Watching the event live there is an amazing echo / atmosphere in the Igloo / tents. Tighty looks like he’s feeling the heat but getting on with an admirable job as usual.
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« Reply #323 on: June 02, 2013, 12:11:06 PM »

It is with some regret that I start this piece. It is Sunday 2nd June and poker may have climbed into its death bed in the UK. Tragically over the weekend DTD, have apparently, lost almost 600,000 Euros on the ISPT poker event. Two years in the planning “the ISPT” is a great idea but perhaps a little ambitious in its conception and the clash with the WSOP is very difficult.

I want to question the DTD losses 589,060€, none of my business I know, but how can they carry on making these sort of losses? With almost 250K towards paying for the event perhaps the ISPT losses will be reduced so they can carry on with further events? I think, despite the reduced turnout for the event, that London Wembley was the right choice for the kick off event. Perhaps when the final figures are analysed and the online returns dissected losses can be put more into perspective.

There is no doubt that DTD is an incredibly brave organisation and 100% committed to poker in the UK, I for one will certainly be trying to support them even more through 2013 and beyond, they have rapidly become the true heart of poker in Europe.

Watching the event live there is an amazing echo / atmosphere in the Igloo / tents. Tighty looks like he’s feeling the heat but getting on with an admirable job as usual.


DtD didn't have to get involved in this venture; they chose to get involved and they chose to embrace the risks that came with it: a never-before-tried stadium tournament with huge overheads, no major online site offering satellites, a clash with the start of the WSOP etc. Sorry if this sounds callous, but I can't feel too much sympathy for them. They knew what they were getting in to and they didn't have to go anywhere near it if they didn't want to. They obviously had deep enough pockets to be able to cover the losses if and when the tournament didn't reach it's guarantee.
I do however wonder if  this year's loss is part of a long term genius business plan where the tournament becomes an annual, must-play event for the biggest names and biggest field in world poker and where the ongoing  annual profit for DtD eclipses this year's loss.
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