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« Reply #330 on: June 03, 2013, 09:44:34 PM »

A bloggers dilemna

Railer "Excuse me do you know the lady on the rail?"

Tighty "Yes"

Railer "Who is she supporting, a boyfriend?"

Tighty "No she is Michelle Orpe, presenter for the ISPT"

Railer, eyes light up "Oh can you tell her for me that she has a fucking great bum?"

My mouth opens...

What should I say?

Send him over to tell her himself LDO, watch him make a complete tit out of himself.
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« Reply #331 on: June 03, 2013, 09:44:43 PM »

A bloggers dilemna

Railer "Excuse me do you know the lady on the rail?"

Tighty "Yes"

Railer "Who is she supporting, a boyfriend?"

Tighty "No she is Michelle Orpe, presenter for the ISPT"

Railer, eyes light up "Oh can you tell her for me that she has a fucking great bum?"

My mouth opens...

What should I say?

Just nod.
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« Reply #332 on: June 03, 2013, 09:45:21 PM »

Think Freddie or anyone else got every right to be argumentative when u playing for a milly n there's mistakes happening. Still, these things happen and can't see what the delay was, defo an under raise, poker's a visual game and dealer mistakes happen. Just saying raise then putting them in in instalments it far more fun when clicking back anyway

He has every right to fight his corner and I was just trying to show he was doing so, not trying to be critical

I gather one of things he was agitated about was that the Portugese player was talking to a Portugese blogger in his native tongue, before Simon arrived..so that all had to be sorted out too
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« Reply #333 on: June 03, 2013, 09:50:14 PM »

Daniel Platten out in 23rd. He shoves his short 107K stack after some action between seat 3 Guiseppe Stagno and Pras Bansi. These two check down T K 9  and the A turn. the river comes   and Bansi makes a small bet which Stagno calls. Stagno shows A 3, but Bansi's J 8 for the straight is good.

Platten mucks and makes his way to the cash desk.
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« Reply #334 on: June 03, 2013, 09:50:37 PM »

Florian Schultz raises



Devilfish calls

Schultz bets all the way, called all the way

and Schultz jams the river




Devilfish is covered. He has 600,000 behind if he folds. Average is 1.6m

He doesn't look comfortable with the situation



After a Chieftain tank, he calls

The crowd gathers, bloggers knocking each over in a rush of camcorders, cameras and journalistic testosterone.

I win

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Anti-climactic, it is a chop, and my competitor bloggers left strewn in my ample wake get the last laugh


Can't see Devilfish wanting to go out to someone called Schultz,after the torturous 5 years we spent at the Sir Leo SCHULTZ High School in Hull...when he turned up that is......................
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« Reply #335 on: June 03, 2013, 09:50:43 PM »

22 left with 35 minutes left today

Average 1.8m at 20-40k

1 €1 000 000
2 €285 000
3 €201 000
4 €143 500
5 €102 500
6 €73 000
7 €52 000
8 €37 000
9 €26 520
10-12 €19 000
13-15 €14 000
16-18 €10 500
19-27 €7 950
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« Reply #336 on: June 03, 2013, 09:51:31 PM »

Daniel Platten out in 23rd. He shoves his short 107K stack after some action between seat 3 Guiseppe Stagno and Pras Bansi. These two check down T K 9  and the A turn. the river comes  and Bansi makes a small bet which Stagno calls. Stagno shows A 3, but Bansi's J 8 for the straight is good.

Platten mucks and makes his way to the cash desk.

Bansi up to 900,000.....
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« Reply #337 on: June 03, 2013, 09:52:15 PM »

All in pre

Tom Kugelstadt  

Janot Gwendoline  

 

Knocking out Kugelstadt

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« Reply #338 on: June 03, 2013, 09:55:43 PM »

Nick Hicks 4.3m

40m chips in play, so 10% of the total with 24 left

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One time!! gogogogogo

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« Reply #339 on: June 03, 2013, 09:59:48 PM »

A bloggers dilemna

Railer "Excuse me do you know the lady on the rail?"

Tighty "Yes"

Railer "Who is she supporting, a boyfriend?"

Tighty "No she is Michelle Orpe, presenter for the ISPT"

Railer, eyes light up "Oh can you tell her for me that she has a fucking great bum?"

My mouth opens...

What should I say?

TBF his not wrong Smiley
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« Reply #340 on: June 03, 2013, 10:02:38 PM »

Jakub Michalak raises on the button to 80k

Peter Linton flats in the small

Ivan Tikhov goes all in for 942k

Michalak folds

Linton say to Michalak "do u want to go out in 22nd"

Linton calls and shows  

Tikhov  

 

Tikhov out in 22nd

Linton now on 4.4 million
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« Reply #341 on: June 03, 2013, 10:02:52 PM »

As I cast my eye over table 70 Freddy Deeb is involved in a hand with Xavier El Fassy. El fassy checks in the dark on   two spades     Freddy leads for 200K, El Fassy's 500K 3 bet is called.

The   river see's El Fassy bet 600K which Freddy calls.

To his delight El Fassy is good with his flopped house (he has deuces)

Deeb has K Q

Still in the hunt though with 1.5 mil.
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« Reply #342 on: June 03, 2013, 10:04:15 PM »

Jakub Michalak raises on the button to 80k

Peter Linton flats in the small

Ivan Tikhov goes all in for 942k

Michalak folds

Linton say to Michalak "do u want to go out in 22nd"

Linton calls and shows  

Tikhov  

 

Tikhov out in 22nd

Linton now on 4.4 million

What a legend!
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« Reply #343 on: June 03, 2013, 10:04:53 PM »

Jakub Michalak raises on the button to 80k

Peter Linton flats in the small

Ivan Tikhov goes all in for 942k

Michalak folds

Linton say to Michalak "do u want to go out in 22nd"

Linton calls and shows  

Tikhov  

 

Tikhov out in 22nd

Linton now on 4.4 million

Nice Tekkers Pete.
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« Reply #344 on: June 03, 2013, 10:07:08 PM »

Jakub Michalak raises on the button to 80k

Peter Linton flats in the small

Ivan Tikhov goes all in for 942k

Michalak folds

Linton say to Michalak "do u want to go out in 22nd"

Linton calls and shows  

Tikhov  

 

Tikhov out in 22nd

Linton now on 4.4 million

Get in there big Linton!
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