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« Reply #270 on: June 01, 2013, 10:02:47 PM »

One more twitter post:

Jon Kalmar ‏@skalie I enquired wether there is a redraw at the end of the day. A play says "why? Don't you like me?""No mate, no! Quite the opposite!" I reply
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« Reply #271 on: June 01, 2013, 10:06:26 PM »

Craig Goldsmith is on 77k.

If you want to be Tighty's protégé, you're going to need to tell us what he looks like, what he's wearing, whether he reminds you of a minor celebrity and would it kill you to add a bit of Latin?!

He is has brown hair, I can't tell how tall he is as he is sat down...He is wearing a musty coloured hoodie and is sporting what looks like an Ipod shuffle on the table. He resembles no minor celebrity (which is probably a good thing) et tua est Latine. (and there is your Latin)  thumbs up

Much better.
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« Reply #272 on: June 01, 2013, 10:06:55 PM »

We've worked out that we are 80 metres above the pitch

We reckon total trips per day to amount to 1800, up only

So thats 5400 metres to day 4, when I think the tournament moves inside to the same level as us

So in summary, we are each climbing Mount Chacaltaya in the Andes, Bolivia to be exact, over days 2a,2b and 3

Cool, but the calves are burning a bit

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« Reply #273 on: June 01, 2013, 10:15:59 PM »

We've worked out that we are 80 metres above the pitch

We reckon total trips per day to amount to 1800, up only

So thats 5400 metres to day 4, when I think the tournament moves inside to the same level as us

So in summary, we are each climbing Mount Chacaltaya in the Andes, Bolivia to be exact, over days 2a,2b and 3

Cool, but the calves are burning a bit
Tighty,When ive done tomorrow at Hull KR ill come give you and your staff a quick rubdown with the sporting life...You look nothing like a member of the Von Trapp family so keep off the mountains....ps great updates.

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« Reply #274 on: June 01, 2013, 10:18:20 PM »

We've worked out that we are 80 metres above the pitch

We reckon total trips per day to amount to 1800, up only

So thats 5400 metres to day 4, when I think the tournament moves inside to the same level as us

So in summary, we are each climbing Mount Chacaltaya in the Andes, Bolivia to be exact, over days 2a,2b and 3

Cool, but the calves are burning a bit



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« Reply #275 on: June 01, 2013, 10:21:30 PM »

So, this is all subject to official confirmation


442 entries today

319 yesterday

761 entries total at €2700 for a prize pool of €2054700


20% for first is €410940


€1000000 is GTD for first place so €589060 will be added


Half the 761 entries will be paid so 381

170 of 319 made it through yesterday

Around 240 will make it through this final level

So c410 will come back, 381 paid a minimum of €540, so the bubble will break early tomorrow afternoon


I will put the full payout up when received, probably tomorrow      
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« Reply #276 on: June 01, 2013, 10:27:41 PM »

The scene in the last break

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« Reply #277 on: June 01, 2013, 10:28:09 PM »

Exits as of now:

276   Michael mizrachi
277   Alexander Schechter
278   falfoul mourad
279   Daniel Marquis
280   Matt Perrins
281   Vincent BIGEON
282   Marc Göschel
283   Ofer Stern
284   Mario Sfameni
285   Alain Bauer
286   Mark Dillon
287   James Sullivan
288   Alexander ZAJA
289   David Harris
290   Mikael Johansson
291   Guillaume Lefebvre
292   Krzysztof Jaromin
293   Ghassan El-hoss
294   Nick Jamieson
295   Robert Woodcock
296   Richard Whitmore
297   David Burghardt
298   PAUL PHAM
299   Jean-Bernard bot
300   Guido PIERACCINI
301   Kane Thomason
302   Stephen Hay
303   Constant Tanganelli
304   alexandre amiel
305   Jose Quintas
306   Luke Hallinan
307   Patryk Slusarek
308   Ryan Mc Elhinney
309   Chris Hatton
310   ilan boujenah
311   Kyriacos Dionysiou
312   Alexander Salabaschew
313   Sergi Reixach
314   Martins Adeniya
315   Roger Hairabedian
316   massou cohen
317   Debjani Duncan
318   Shaun Conning
319   Darren Rice
320   NOUSSE PIERRE
321   Ross Patman
322   Rob Day
323   Adrian Latka
324   Anthony Nicholls
325   Terry Cameron
326   James Sykes
327   Mark Warnock
328   Pawel Brzeski
329   Daniel Charlton
330   Alan Mansbridge
331   Peter Barrable
332   David Bridoux
333   Asif Raja
334   Scott Long
335   Stephen Wilsdon
336   Louis Manson
337   Carmelo Indorato
338   Martin Hansen
339   Thomas Horton
340   Sebastien Cadenel
341   David La Ronde
342   Imraan Ladak
343   Julian Adamson
344   Tom Langley
345   John Engledow
346   Jerome Bradpiece

Well I for one am sad to see the demise of Vincent Bigone.Sad
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« Reply #278 on: June 01, 2013, 10:33:22 PM »



Well I for one am sad to see the demise of Vincent Bigone.Sad
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he was knocked out by Rob Woodcock I think!
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« Reply #279 on: June 01, 2013, 10:46:15 PM »

Late entry for the lookalike competition. Marcel Luske...next to James Caan of Dragon's Den.
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« Reply #280 on: June 01, 2013, 10:47:21 PM »

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Never let it be said he looks like a juggler off bgt

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Many thanks for his help today. Boy done good. He's coming back on Monday too...
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« Reply #281 on: June 01, 2013, 10:48:58 PM »

I was chatting to a short stacked Damon Hill John Murray when I noticed a hand developing on his table. Mateyboy had raised it up to 2600 at 600/1200-200 and Ben Vinson had called, along with Sebastien Bouvron from the BB. They saw a three clubs flop and Bouvron checked. Mateyboy bet 3700 and Ben was the only caller. Heads-up, the dealer burned and turned the and Mateyboy led for 6700. Again, Ben called.

The river was the and Mateyboy fired the 3rd barrel - 11700. Ben went into the tank but eventually decided just to call. Both men showed the same hand. A-Q.

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« Reply #282 on: June 01, 2013, 10:56:17 PM »

Mondatoo open-shoved 16xbb preflop with 9-9. A player who shall remain nameless had a stack of 150k and found A-K.

What would you do? Answer to follow at the end of the day (in 20 minutes)
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« Reply #283 on: June 01, 2013, 10:57:49 PM »

Craig Goldsmith is on 77k.

If you want to be Tighty's protégé, you're going to need to tell us what he looks like, what he's wearing, whether he reminds you of a minor celebrity and would it kill you to add a bit of Latin?!

He is has brown hair, I can't tell how tall he is as he is sat down...He is wearing a musty coloured hoodie and is sporting what looks like an Ipod shuffle on the table. He resembles no minor celebrity (which is probably a good thing) et tua est Latine. (and there is your Latin)  thumbs up

An he used to play professional football for Peterborough utd  then Carlisle in the 80s ? But never made it to wembley until today , so he was highly delighted to do so today
played with him for a season in Peterborough prem such a skilful player, with him we won the league
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« Reply #284 on: June 01, 2013, 10:58:18 PM »

Mondatoo open-shoved 16xbb preflop with 9-9. A player who shall remain nameless had a stack of 150k and found A-K.

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lol did they fold?
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