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« Reply #105 on: February 21, 2014, 04:57:47 PM »

Ben Martin delighted to have won a bit pot with Q-6

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« Reply #106 on: February 21, 2014, 04:58:57 PM »

Here's a new-ish big stack

Over 300,000 for Peter Mok with 180 left, average 103,000 at 1000-2000

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« Reply #107 on: February 21, 2014, 05:04:08 PM »

Here's one of the best tables in the room. With 21 tables left I just wish I had four pairs of eyes and hands to do it justice

James Rann, Liam Batey, Fraser Bellamy, Jamie Rutherford


All very good players, all chip getters and all in a row

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Round the back on the same table is London and South East poker veteran Kirit Patel who knocked out Jen

As we can see this is another big stack. Complete with photo-bomber



Between the big stacks and Kirit's pilesof chips is poor old Adam Bromley, from Burnley, to the left of that picture. He is a forlorn short-stack, with as much chance of geting a shove through than I have of getting any rest this weekend


Just for completeness, here's the dealer on that table


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« Reply #108 on: February 21, 2014, 05:08:58 PM »

In the tank with Matt Pitt.

Matt Pitt makes it 6K from middle position.

Its bumped up by unknown in seat 1.

Pitt Calls.

 

He then check calls 12k

 

Check Check.

 

Check by Pitt, unknown then bets 31K.

Pitt goes into the tank for three minutes+:
A player next to Pitt then orders a drink, cordial and soda, not too much juice and a straw. Very precise.

Pitt folded here and nobody showed. I'm intrigued as to what people think they had?
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« Reply #109 on: February 21, 2014, 05:23:48 PM »

This is Alan Graham.

Alan is from Leicester. Big Tick

Alan is also chip leader with 430,000. Big Tick

He bust actionjack's Aces with Jacks to win a big pot to get there, having started the day on 230,000

He plays on Sky as "Beefy777" and is in for small money




As I interrogate him, he calls an UTG raise from Darren Delahunty in the big blind, as does actionjack in the small blind

J-10-8 flop

check check

Delahunty c-bets 35,000 and actionjack folds

Before Graham bets Delahunty reveals K-Q for a straight and flush draw

The hand plays on.

Graham check raises to 75,000

Delahunty, hand open and with a massive draw calls

On the offsuit 7 turn Graham leads for 100,000

Delahunty stops chasing and folds


This takes Graham up near 500,000
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« Reply #110 on: February 21, 2014, 05:27:57 PM »

Chip-counts forJohn Kabbaj, Jonathan McCann, and Red-Dog please.

Sincerely hoping not to bok anyone here.
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« Reply #111 on: February 21, 2014, 05:30:39 PM »

Chip-counts forJohn Kabbaj, Jonathan McCann, and Red-Dog please.

Sincerely hoping not to bok anyone here.

Red is out. He pushed for 17x bb in mid position with KQ, called by Matalas Cimbolas in the big blind with 88 which held

McCann is on table pleno/Deadman and is short with under 50k

Kabbaj is on a table with Rick Trigg and has 85,000
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« Reply #112 on: February 21, 2014, 05:31:38 PM »

We are hitting the break after Level 13 and four levels today

158 of 621 remain with blinds going 1200-2400

Average is 117,000

Exits are

162    Neil Mcculloch
163    Shaun Hegarty
164    Thomas Mccready
165    Jeff Kimber
166    Sidney Oppong
167    David Knight
168    Mike Thomas
169    John Blaynee
170    Derek Kavanagh
171    Kenneth Iredale
172    Chris Jones
173    Keith Summers
174    Paul Coughlan
175    Ben Mayhew
176    Thomas Zhang
177    Ian Tough
178    John Mann
179    Julian Adamson
180    Gary Strang
181    Nathan Davies
182    Ludovic Geilich
183    William Kassouf
184    Anonymous
185    Michael Ellis
186    Richard Kellett
187    Nicholas Crisp
188    Paul Bampton
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« Reply #113 on: February 21, 2014, 05:35:15 PM »

Jake Quinsee's stack please?
Great updates too tighty.
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« Reply #114 on: February 21, 2014, 05:35:19 PM »

Better update you on who is where now

As you can see its a stacked field, and will try to answer any requests etc after the break for those players I haven't been able to keep up to date with. The request world is your oyster, fire away

1    1    Ray Brookshaw
1    2    Guy Barron
1    3    Parvis Tafreshi
1    4    Neil Fox
1    5    James Rimmer
1    6    Matas Cimbolas
1    7    James Browning
1    8    Danny Toffel
1    9    Andrew Papageorgiou

11    1    Chris Dowling
11    2    Jonathan Mccann
11    3    Danny Harwood
11    4    Dale Simmons
11    5    Zack Rosen
11    6    Simon Deadman
11    7    Ian Gwynne
11    8    Clive Jones
11    9    Patrick Leonard

12    1    Bruce Jones
12    2    Kev Smith
12    3    Stuart Fox
12    4    Ben Creasey
12    5    David Gillies
12    7    Gary Banks
12    8    Richie Allen
12    9    Giovanni Brandi

13    1    Ian Morgan
13    2    Sam Bayliss
13    3    Alexander Spencer
13    4    Tim Slater
13    5    Richard Gryko
13    6    Carlo Citrone
13    7    Richard Milner
13    8    Arron Bowen
13    9    Henry Shervington

14    1    Darren Delahunty
14    2    Anonymous
14    3    Thomas Horton
14    4    Dean Hutchison
14    5    Stephen Broughton
14    6    Paul Delaney
14    7    Martyn Frey
14    8    Paul Jackson
14    9    Allan Graham

15    1    Carl Taylor
15    2    Andrew Wilson
15    3    Paul Wood
15    4    John Allison
15    5    Oliver Morgan
15    6    Derek Baxter
15    7    Anonymous
15    8    Mark Wates
15    9    Neil Channing

21    1    Luigi Viscomi
21    2    John Littler
21    3    Ben Ward
21    4    Jianhui Nie
21    5    Albert Sapiano
21    6    Martins Adeniya
21    7    Jamie Burland
21    8    Alan Vinson
21    9    Steven Sargent

22    1    Matthew Lewis
22    3    Ben Dobson
22    4    Danny Blair
22    5    Gavin Manley
22    6    Peter Mok
22    7    Jonathan Kalmar
22    8    Paul Foltyn
22    9    Martin Cheese

23    1    Renee Xie
23    2    Robert Baker
23    3    Alex Johnson
23    4    Alex Jones
23    5    James Koumis
23    6    William Chattaway
23    7    John Haigh
23    8    Jack Allen
23    9    Rob White

25    1    Stephen Bean
25    2    Mark Lane
25    3    Deborah Oconnell
25    4    Ricky Jones
25    5    John Hall
25    6    Barny Boatman
25    7    Nick Paling
25    8    Matt Pitt
25    9    Gary Fisher

31    1    Mohammed Istakhar Sadiq
31    2    Ben Dixon
31    3    Charlie Smithson
31    4    Mark Wincell
31    5    Kelly Saxby
31    6    Kevin Williams
31    7    Ben Martin
31    8    Ronnie Robertson
31    9    Scott Shelley

32    1    Simon Wing
32    2    Robert Machin
32    3    James Rann
32    4    Liam Batey
32    5    Fraser Bellamy
32    6    Jamie Rutherford
32    7    Jamie Roberts
32    8    Adam Bromley
32    9    Kirit Patel

33    1    Andrey Dimitrov
33    2    Richard Trigg
33    3    Leon Campbell
33    4    Joanne Ramsden
33    5    Richard Fleissner
33    6    John Kabbaj
33    7    Matthew Dowler
33    8    Paul Johnson
33    9    Franco Menchella Jnr

34    1    Lee Cockroft
34    2    David Docherty
34    3    Raymond Drummie
34    4    Derek Payne
34    5    Alfred Bedford
34    6    Andrew Conkleton
34    7    Mark Gardner
34    8    Anthony Hayes
34    9    Osman Mustanoglu

35    1    Hamish Morjaria
35    2    Arran Fletcher
35    3    Rahim Tadj-saadat
35    4    Kenny Prazer
35    5    Ben Winsor
35    6    Harprit Singh Gurnam
35    7    Alex Goulder
35    9    Lee Tatters

41    1    Jimmy Cinquemani
41    2    Marcel Luske
41    3    Brett Angell
41    4    Zac Morris
41    6    Ali Elmorssy
41    7    Alan Mansbridge
41    8    Meli Vincent
41    9    Timothy Chung

42    1    Lee Harling
42    2    Jake Quinsee
42    3    William Dorey
42    4    Chris Love
42    5    John Bousfield
42    6    Anonymous
42    7    Daiva Barauskaite
42    8    Sean Randall
42    9    Charles Chattha

43    1    David Jones
43    2    Charles Akadiri
43    3    Philippe Souki
43    4    Ali Zihni
43    5    Simon Tomsett
43    6    Kyriacos Dionysiou
43    7    George Turner
43    8    Matthew Nordon
43    9    Richard Hawes
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« Reply #115 on: February 21, 2014, 05:40:15 PM »

Regarding the overall UK Poker Championships Leaderboard: Of the High Roller top 10 it looks like Martyn Frey is the only one remaining in the Main, and none of these guys are in the Final 15 of the PLO.

The Heads up comp will pay top 2 and it is only paid places that receive points so this could prove vital.
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« Reply #116 on: February 21, 2014, 05:58:40 PM »

Neil Channing shoves in the cut off for 14x bb at 1200-2400, one of the first hands back

Andrew Wilson calls in the big blind with Kings

Channing has Q-3 of spades

The flop comes King high, two spades

Neil turns a spade and doubles up.....
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« Reply #117 on: February 21, 2014, 05:59:19 PM »

Jake Quinsee's stack please?
Great updates too tighty.

He has 165,000 (average 121,000) just after the break
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« Reply #118 on: February 21, 2014, 06:20:45 PM »

Neil Channing shoves in the cut off for 14x bb at 1200-2400, one of the first hands back

Andrew Wilson calls in the big blind with Kings

Channing has Q-3 of spades

The flop comes King high, two spades

Neil turns a spade and doubles up.....

I'll send my bill for the coaching. Cheque's in the post, right?
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« Reply #119 on: February 21, 2014, 06:31:14 PM »

Sorry I was so long, saw a beautiful hand play out over 15 minutes

Carlo Citrone raised on the button to 5,000

Richard Milner, the young GPS Sheffield winner 3 bet the small blind to 12,000

Call

This took a few minutes!

3-5-2

Milner 13,600

Call

Each movement Citrone makes is considered and deliberate

10 turn

Milner 19,500

A quick call this time

K river, no flushes possible

Milner shoves for 41,500

Citrone is playing 70,000


The following takes place over ten minutes

Two TV camera are around the table, with bright lights

Over time a rail gathers

Throughout Milner is motionless, looking straight ahead


Citrone looks at him repeatedly, staring at his neck, staring at his hands, staring at his legs. Anything for a read.

Citrone begins talking to Milner, very very quietly. I cannot hear what he is saying, and neither can the other players at the table

It appears to be quite a subtle form of psychological pressure to get a read, having failed to get a physical tell from a pulse or a nerve or a heart pounding through a jumper

The talking intensifies, Citrone is laughing at Milner, joking away

Milner inert though. Impressive impassivity

Eventually, a short-stack at the table calls the clock on Citrone and he is given a minute to act

He begins staring at Milners neck again

Eventually he is counted down 15.....10......6,5,4,3,2,1

"Your hand is dead"

Citrone is still staring at Milner.

Milner is still impassive

The dealer leans over and breaks their mutual trance, pulling in Citrone's cards over the line

Just as he is about to pull Milner's cards away from his grasp

Milner flips them over, and shows AQ

An audible gasp on the rail.

Citrone leans back, lets out a guttural sound of dismay as he puts both hands to his face

Milner does not crack and gently begins to rake in the pot, battle of minds as well as poker conclusively won
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