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« Reply #345 on: February 23, 2014, 10:55:48 AM »

Hi, Long-time Lurker, first time Poster:*

Have to say watching Tikay ladder to heads up in the PLO final was one of the highlights of the trip for me overall.  Staring with a slight frown into the middle distance in alternating directions between hands wasn't enough to fool anyone that he wasn't utterly enjoying himself every hand.  Well played to them all (Ben, champion Alex and Ian among them) and the core 4am railgroup.

Anyone I know whom I saw for the first time in months/years over the weekend - it was a pleasure; occasionally an event seems to trap everyone like honey on that Micro Machines on-the-kitchen-table level and this was definitely one of them.  Best of luck to anyone heading to the deep end of the Main and 6-Max.  Also a big thank-you directed to the dealers and floor staff many of whose faces I saw so often I wondered if they actually went home at all - these things run smoothly because people are on their feet and on the ball for long hours.

Here are my clearest-remembered aspects of my days there (+ stand-out features):

Everyone was there (multiplicity & camaraderie)
DTD staff (hospitality in adversity)
Day 1a buffet (viscosity & salinity)
Jeremy Nock winning the hi roller at 6am (tenacity not alacrity)
Nando's (proximity and periperi)
..and especially TightEnd (indefatigability).

Hope everyone still out there has a great time until end of the UKPC!

*This year

good post please post more

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« Reply #346 on: February 23, 2014, 11:01:05 AM »

Hi, Long-time Lurker, first time Poster:*

Have to say watching Tikay ladder to heads up in the PLO final was one of the highlights of the trip for me overall.  Staring with a slight frown into the middle distance in alternating directions between hands wasn't enough to fool anyone that he wasn't utterly enjoying himself every hand.  Well played to them all (Ben, champion Alex and Ian among them) and the core 4am railgroup.

Anyone I know whom I saw for the first time in months/years over the weekend - it was a pleasure; occasionally an event seems to trap everyone like honey on that Micro Machines on-the-kitchen-table level and this was definitely one of them.  Best of luck to anyone heading to the deep end of the Main and 6-Max.  Also a big thank-you directed to the dealers and floor staff many of whose faces I saw so often I wondered if they actually went home at all - these things run smoothly because people are on their feet and on the ball for long hours.

Here are my clearest-remembered aspects of my days there (+ stand-out features):

Everyone was there (multiplicity & camaraderie)
DTD staff (hospitality in adversity)
Day 1a buffet (viscosity & salinity)
Jeremy Nock winning the hi roller at 6am (tenacity not alacrity)
Nando's (proximity and periperi)
..and especially TightEnd (indefatigability).

Hope everyone still out there has a great time until end of the UKPC!

*This year

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« Reply #347 on: February 23, 2014, 12:00:59 PM »


Jen is the greatest.

Manages to be a sheer genius, & a complete fruitcake, at one & the same time.

No further evidence, M'Lord.

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« Reply #348 on: February 23, 2014, 12:05:11 PM »

Day1b of the Six Max

32 of 202 got through

Sinem Melin    58    5    570600
Julian Thew    46    2    549700
Elaine Cockburn    48    2    339800
Ben Dobson    68    5    323300
Anooj Sareen    48    3    312500
Martyn Frey    47    2    302700
Bruce Jones    58    6    254400
Mazalahedwa Bako    46    5    253500
Thomas High    67    5    245000
Harry Zammit    67    3    243700
Waikiat Lee    68    4    233200
Mathew Perry    46    4    200700
John-paul Kelly    48    4    197500
Gary Strang    47    4    180100
Lee Taylor    67    1    176700
Jack Allen    58    3    173600
Robert Bostock    47    6    164700
Emrah Yildiz    68    1    152700
Waheed Ashraf    47    1    147300
Jeremy Nock    67    4    146100
Stavros Ioaanou    67    6    117900
Masud Prodhan    58    2    106700
Paul Garner    48    5    93600
Marc Convey    48    1    83200
John Sadler    48    6    80900
Anonymous    47    5    80000
Ian Tough    58    1    64300
Dahe Liu    68    6    57800
David Crilly    46    6    41400
Oluwashola Akindele    68    3    25300
Timothy Chung    46    1    17800
Paul Grummitt    46    3    6800

70 of 402 (£201,000 prize pool!) resume at 2pm
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« Reply #349 on: February 23, 2014, 12:11:55 PM »

With the £500 Turbo event to come at 2pm this afternoon, prize pools this week now exceed £1.1m. The whol week was Guaranteed at £800,000
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« Reply #350 on: February 23, 2014, 12:14:51 PM »

Seat draw for the Six Max today


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Table 21
Seat    Player
1    David Thomas
2    Inaki Santos
3    Bruce Jones
4    Jonathan Slater
5    Waheed Ashraf
6    Dahe Liu
Table 22
Seat    Player
1    Richard Blacklock
2    Andrew Hulme
3    Ceri Rees
4    Mathew Perry
5    Simon Deadman
6    Thomas High
Table 23
Seat    Player
1    Robert Hallworth
2    Paul Lambert
3    Greg Hill
4    Tamer Kamel
5    Mark Hitchens
6    Anooj Sareen
Table 25
Seat    Player
1    Dean Gilbert
2    Matthew Davenport
3    David Crilly
4    Michael Wernick
5    Sinem Melin
6    Anonymous
Table 26
Seat    Player
1    Rehman Kassam
2    Mazalahedwa Bako
3    Joseph Tully
4    Paul Coughlan
5    Trevor Pearson
6    John-paul Kelly
Table 31
Seat    Player
1    Ben Mayhew
2    Oluwashola Akindele
3    Paul Garner
4    Timothy Chung
5    Emrah Yildiz
Table 32
Seat    Player
1    Ian Tough
2    Jeremy Nock
3    Gary Strang
4    Zimnan Ziyard
5    Ben Dobson
6    Gordon Anthony Casey
Table 33
Seat    Player
1    Danny Hernon
2    Trevor Reardon
3    Elaine Cockburn
4    Fuad Serhan
5    Basharat Mahmood
6    Masud Prodhan
Table 34
Seat    Player
1    Jeffrey Duvall
2    Harry Zammit
3    Julian Thew
4    Waikiat Lee
5    Paul Grummitt
6    Asif Raja
Table 35
Seat    Player
1    Ian Simpson
2    Ryan Spittles
3    Marc Convey
4    Jack Allen
5    Robert Bostock
6    Martin Hogarty
Table 36
Seat    Player
1    Ross Jarvis
2    Philip Pattenden-oxenham
3    Martyn Frey
4    John Sadler
5    Craig Grant
6    Phillip Corion
Table 37
Seat    Player
1    Tristan Mcdonald
2    Lee Taylor
3    Stavros Ioaanou
4    Tim Davie
5    Lloyd White
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« Reply #351 on: February 23, 2014, 12:18:57 PM »

chip count for stato? see him on seat draw but not chip count list.

great updates as per
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« Reply #352 on: February 23, 2014, 12:22:39 PM »

Seat draw for the Six Max today

Table 22
Seat    Player
1    Richard Blacklock
2    Andrew Hulme
3    Ceri Rees
4    Mathew Perry
5    Simon Deadman
6    Thomas High

Sick. Round of this please Tighty!
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« Reply #353 on: February 23, 2014, 12:25:37 PM »

Seat draw for the Six Max today

Table 22
Seat    Player
1    Richard Blacklock
2    Andrew Hulme
3    Ceri Rees
4    Mathew Perry
5    Simon Deadman
6    Thomas High

Sick. Round of this please Tighty!

+1million to this

Eso for bracelet double today!!
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« Reply #354 on: February 23, 2014, 12:33:50 PM »

What's payouts for £500? Bought shares in 3 people and they all still in.

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« Reply #355 on: February 23, 2014, 12:55:15 PM »

What's payouts for £500? Bought shares in 3 people and they all still in.

Thin Smiley

They are not available yet Mr S, but Tighty will Post them as soon as they are available.

Think there were just over 400 Entries @ £500
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« Reply #356 on: February 23, 2014, 12:56:50 PM »

Seat draw for the Six Max today

Table 22
Seat    Player
1    Richard Blacklock
2    Andrew Hulme
3    Ceri Rees
4    Mathew Perry
5    Simon Deadman
6    Thomas High

Sick. Round of this please Tighty!

+1million to this

Eso for bracelet double today!!
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« Reply #357 on: February 23, 2014, 12:58:49 PM »

Best of luck to Harry (piano man) Zammit, and Eso
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« Reply #358 on: February 23, 2014, 01:05:18 PM »

Seat draw for the Six Max today

Table 22
Seat    Player
1    Richard Blacklock
2    Andrew Hulme
3    Ceri Rees
4    Mathew Perry
5    Simon Deadman
6    Thomas High

Sick. Round of this please Tighty!

That is a sick sick table!
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« Reply #359 on: February 23, 2014, 01:06:11 PM »

Seat draw for the Six Max today

Table 22
Seat    Player
1    Richard Blacklock
2    Andrew Hulme
3    Ceri Rees
4    Mathew Perry
5    Simon Deadman
6    Thomas High

Sick. Round of this please Tighty!

I'd pay to watch this table on a stream
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