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« Reply #60 on: March 08, 2014, 01:12:58 AM »

Rastafish opens to 2800 at 500-1000

Andrew Psaras calls

Mark Hitchens calls on the button

James Clarke all in 40,000 in the big blind

Rastafish passes

Psaras declares all in too, and Hitchens fold

Clarke A-K

Psaras 7-7

K-8-4-Q-6 to more than double Clarke up

No Raggy flop for Andrew
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« Reply #61 on: March 08, 2014, 01:17:43 AM »

Two levels to play

exits today

45    Trevor Lawson
46    Stephen Kidsley
47    Anonymous
48    Richard Wong
49    Neil Whitby
50    Robert Smith
51    James Bott
52    Alan Picken
53    John Woods
54    Emran Hussain
55    David Reynolds
56    Alex Mah
57    Wai Leung
58    Stuart Fox
59    Joseph Tully
60    Anthony Martin
61    Richard Whiteley
62    Paul Smith
63    Dean Czyz
64    Gareth Walker
65    Thomas Chalmers
66    Basyr Nagshband
67    Peter Wigglesworth
68    Ben Vinson
69    Kane Thomason
70    Adnan Aslam
71    Tim Slater
72    Guy Taylor
73    Ismail Yusuf
74    Martin Ward
75    Laith Sheena

chip leader appears to be the aforementioned David Greene with over 120,000 at now 600-1200
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« Reply #62 on: March 08, 2014, 01:20:30 AM »

Hero to zero for Andrew Psaras

Two hands after the AK v 77

Psaras raises to 5,000

Clarke makes it 15,000

Psaras 40,000

Clarke shoves

Psaras calls off his remaining 30,000

Psaras A-K

Clarke Q-Q

First card is a Queen.

Clarke goes over 150,000, new chip leader and Psaras departs, a victim of the fickle mistress that is tournament poker.
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« Reply #63 on: March 08, 2014, 01:45:20 AM »

chip counts with a level to go

David Greene 175,000

James Clarke 150,000

Greek Jack 150,000

Stuart Bell 110,000

Van Tuan Phan 100,000

Chris Filus 90,000

Albert Spaiano 85,000

Paul Jackson 75,000

Martyn Frey 60,000

Peter Evans 55,000

Willie Tann 40,000

Tom High 35,000

Rastafish 28,000


34 left, average 72,000 blinds going 800-1600
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« Reply #64 on: March 08, 2014, 01:56:28 AM »

Great job Rich. As usual.
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« Reply #65 on: March 08, 2014, 02:36:21 AM »

Rastafish raises

Jason Herbert all in 50,000

Two all ins behind, from QQ and KK

Herbert 88

8 on the river to treble Herbert to 160,000......
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« Reply #66 on: March 08, 2014, 02:45:11 AM »

Rastafish raises

Jason Herbert all in 50,000

Two all ins behind, from QQ and KK

Herbert 88

8 on the river to treble Herbert to 160,000......

Go on the herbie 😀👍
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« Reply #67 on: March 08, 2014, 03:02:33 AM »

21 of 82 made it through to Sunday's Day 2 beginning at 1pm

chip counts coming
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« Reply #68 on: March 08, 2014, 03:03:05 AM »

exits

23    Mark Wates
24    Thomas High
25    Adrian Swingler
26    Willie Tann
27    Jonathan Windsor
28    Mazalahedwa Bako
29    Anthony Arlott
30    James Moniz
31    Stuart Bell
32    Farooq Lone
33    Jianfeng Sun
34    Mohammed Ashfaq
35    Karl Lavender
36    Peter Gardiner
37    Christopher Hayward
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« Reply #69 on: March 08, 2014, 03:05:32 AM »

Mark Hitchens    13    8    297600
Kyriacos Dionysiou    14    1    242300
David Greene    12    1    218800
Van Tuan Phan    12    7    205000
Anonymous    13    1    181600
Jason Herbert    14    6    180000
Albert Sapiano    13    9    157300
Peter Evans    12    6    136600
James Clarke    13    4    129900
Chris Filus    14    4    104000
Gabriel Tuna    12    4    100600
Faramarz Mirfakhrai    14    5    85800
Emrah Yildiz    13    2    79300
Paul Jackson    12    5    66900
Colburn Tomlin    14    3    49700
Patrick Lawless    14    2    46900
Martyn Frey    13    6    42800
Ben Winsor    12    2    40400
Sunil Mistri    13    3    39500
Marman Cheng    12    9    35200
David Asafori    14    8    31600
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« Reply #70 on: March 08, 2014, 03:06:24 AM »

1c is at 5pm Saturday

late reg until 8pm

165 runners needed for the £150,000 GTE...

Pop along!
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« Reply #71 on: March 08, 2014, 04:57:25 AM »

I wanted to post my thoughts about the following issue earlier but I just found the time now, pls note that my intentions are pure and with no malicious reasons, I believe and if am wrong correct me that more than one person that got through on the day one online were playing in the club last night, therefor were able if wanted to exchange info, not saying they did but taking into account to what happened with the sky open satellite few days ago, what is the opinion of the club about players that using their router to play online, is it not the same as two people play online in the same house!! Again my question was not made to picture any specific player or with any bad intent!! Thanks

The problem is not of people playing in the same house, it is of playing with somebody and exchanging information that the rest of the table dont have, and working together in an un-supervised environment.

Myself, Fred and PJ played the online leg on laptops at DTD during a cash game. I would go as far as saying that is the safest way anybody has ever played an online leg of the deepstack. Were sat with an actual dealer of the club and being watched by about 5 cameras.

Im presuming we would have known about it pretty quickly if this was frowned upon by the club, especially as the card room supervisor put a picture of it on the DTD Twitter account.

GL everybody who made day 2.
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« Reply #72 on: March 08, 2014, 09:37:47 AM »

Thanks for the answer Mitch, is very convincing, as I said my question was pure and never had any intention to question ur integrity, ur an excellent player and character and am sure u don't need the help of others for ur results, just wanted to know what if?Huh?!!! 
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« Reply #73 on: March 08, 2014, 01:44:13 PM »

Today at DTD literally something for everyone

 5pm - £500 Deepstack - £150K GTD

5pm - Super 50 - £5K GTD

 8pm - XXL £25 - £5K GTD

 Full schedule below with more details.

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« Reply #74 on: March 08, 2014, 05:16:35 PM »

49 in at the start today

11    1    Jay Burton
11    2    Steve Brown
11    3    Robert Skyers
11    4    Ian Bosley
11    5    Gary Strang
11    6    Oliver Morgan
11    7    Lee Rawson

12    1    Tommy Bingham
12    2    Richard Hills
12    3    Adebayo Odetoyinbo
12    4    Chin Chai Koh
12    5    David Martin
12    6    Neil Marshall
12    7    Neil Price

13    1    Harprit Singh Gurnam
13    2    Pete Franklin
13    3    Thomas Mccready
13    4    John Beardsell
13    5    Daniel Morgan
13    6    Thomas High
13    7    Lydia Cugudda

14    1    Ganesh Jayaraman
14    2    Guy Barron
14    3    Mathew Seer
14    4    John Patten
14    5    Nigel Pemberton
14    6    Jasmine Foster
14    7    Liam Batey

15    1    Martin Hogarty
15    2    Sean Randall
15    3    Paul Hardwidge
15    4    Pakken Yung
15    5    Emran Hussain
15    6    Justin Davies
15    7    Baljit Singh

22    1    Aleem Kanji
22    2    James Bott
22    3    Carl Taylor
22    4    Trevor Lawson
22    5    Anonymous
22    6    Tasos Grigoriou
22    7    Danny Hernon

23    1    Richard Paul
23    2    Tim Blake
23    3    Peter Smith
23    4    Peter Wilkerson
23    5    Michael Corrigan
23    6    Chris Cancelliere
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