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« Reply #285 on: May 11, 2014, 11:47:13 PM »

13    1    Trevor Pearson
13    2    Anthony Flynn
13    3    Duncan Mclellan
13    5    Ramey Shaio
13    6    Juan Benito
13    7    Angelo Milioto
13    8    Ryan Spittles
13    9    William Elliot

very best of luck to scotty77 and typhoon13

i will post up chip counts and final table profiles when they come through overnight

the final is live streamed, with hole cards on an hour delay, tomorrow at 3pm (final starts 2pm)
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« Reply #286 on: May 11, 2014, 11:53:38 PM »


Thanks for the support

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« Reply #288 on: May 11, 2014, 11:55:44 PM »

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« Reply #289 on: May 11, 2014, 11:56:27 PM »

ryan grinded for hours. card dead and getting short

doubled with 11 left and then...

Ryan Spittles ‏@RyanSpittles 2m

first hand of unofficial FT. Guy opens, other guy jams 12bb. Me BB and all in. OR folds QQ. Me AA v KK. 32K flop A turn!
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« Reply #290 on: May 11, 2014, 11:57:55 PM »

Come on Ryan!! good luck! also to  typhoon, and also Angelo, a local player round my way, and all round very nice guy.
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« Reply #291 on: May 12, 2014, 08:49:07 AM »

Willie Elliot Leads Final Table of Richest UKIPT Main Event Ever Held

Nottingham, UK - 11th May

The final table is set in the £1,000 + £100 UKIPT Nottingham Main Event, and it’s Scottish player Willie Elliot out in front with over two million chips more than his nearest rival Juan Benito. Benito came into Day 3 as the chip leader with 49 players remaining, and resolutely refused to budge from the top trio, only conceding the lead to Elliot over the last few levels.

Dangerous opposition in the form of Sebastian Saffari (25th for £5,980), two-time UKIPT champion Joeri Zandvliet (16th for £9,600) and Ben Vinson (15th for £10,850) was taken out of the picture before the final table was set. Zandvliet’s exit in particular was a tough break for one of the tour’s most successful players, his kings failing to hold against chip leader Elliot’s A-J. Terry Carter bubbled the final table after a cooler saw him run pocket kings into Ryan Spittles’ pocket aces, bumping the young online cash player up to over three million chips.

The final will still be a hard-fought battle, as it features several professional players and the winner of the inaugural UKIPT Isle of Man (and recent man on form – he won the last Nottingham Cup) Duncan McLellan.

The winner of UKIPT4 Nottingham’s £1,000 + £100 Main Event will take home £218,300 from the largest prizepool Dusk Till Dawn – and the UKIPT – has ever built: £1,223,000. The Main Event smashed its £1 million guarantee when 1,058 entrants from 42 countries generated a total of 1,223 buy-ins.
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« Reply #292 on: May 12, 2014, 08:51:52 AM »

Seat 1: Trevor Pearson, United Kingdom, 965,000
Seat 2: Anthony Flynn, United Kingdom , 2,495,000
Seat 3: Duncan McLellan, United Kingdom, 3,320,000
Seat 4: Ramey Shaio, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 1,770,000
Seat 5: Juan Benito, Spain, PokerStars Qualifier, 4,385,000
Seat 6: Angelo Milioto, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 2,455,000
Seat 7: Ryan Spittles, United Kingdom , 3,305,000
Seat 8: William Elliot, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 5,625,000

Play will start at 2:00pm and there'll be a stream on a one-hour delay running from 3:00pm. You can watch the show on the below link and you can interact with the commentary team of Marc Convey, Nick Wealthall and special guests(including Chris Moneymaker)

http://www.pokerstars.tv/
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« Reply #293 on: May 12, 2014, 08:52:24 AM »

1st. £218,300
2nd. £127,800
3rd. £89,900
4th. £67,000
5th. £51,700
6th. £38,400
7th. £29,300
8th. £20,800
9th. Terry Carter, United Kingdom, £16,100

10th. Dafydd Williams, United Kingdom, £13,445
11th. Tim Blake, United Kingdom, £13,445

12th. James Glossop, United Kingdom, £12,100
13th. Derek Murray, Ireland, £12,100

14th. Benjamin Carpenter, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, £10,850
15th. Ben Vinson, United Kingdom, £10,850

16th Joeri Zandvliet, Netherlands, PokerStars Qualifier, £9,600
17th.Matthew Simpson United Kingdom £9,600

18th Leslie Kearney United Kingdom £8,350
19th Daniel Bushell United Kingdom £8,350
20th Jonas Lauck Germany £8,350


21st Arvin Ravindran United Kingdom PokerStars Qualifier £7,140
22nd Ashfaaq Taus Netherlands PokerStars Qualifier £7,140
23rd Lewis Swift United Kingdom PokerStars Qualifier £7,140


24th Mitchell Johnson United Kingdom £5,980
25th Sebastian Saffari United Kingdom PokerStars Player £5,980
26th Toni Pettersson Finland £5,980
27th Ben Mayhew United Kingdom £5,980


28th Dean Hutchinson United Kingdom£5,050
29th Andy Young United Kingdom £5,050
30th Jonathan Slater United Kingdom £5,050
31st Richard Kellett United Kingdom £5,050


32nd. Ian Ogilvy United Kingdom £4,380
33rd. Graham Ward, United Kingdom, £4,380
34th. David Greene, United Kingdom, £4,380
35th. Mike Thomas, United Kingdom, £4,380
36th. Rupom Pal, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, £4,380
37th. Shane Cotter, United Kingdom, £4,380
38th. Jack Allen, United Kingdom, £4,380
39th. Neil Raine, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, £4,380


40th. Steven Watts, United Kingdom, £3,720
41st.Parminder Kandola, United Kingdom, £3,720
42nd. William Chattaway, United Kingdom, £3,720
43rd. David Hart, United Kingdom, £3,720
44th. Jonathan Peacock, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, £3,720
45th. Chin Chai Koh, United Kingdom, £3,720
46th. Vincent Campbell, United Kingdom, £3,720
47th.Mike Panteli, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, £3,720
48th. Marc Hunter, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, £3,720
49th. Richard Horton, United Kingdom, £3,720
50. Colin Allan, United Kingdom - £3,720
51. Adebayo Odetoyinbo, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £3,720
52. Tom Middleton, United Kingdom - £3,720
53. Andy Beuken, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £3,720
54. Joe Greenfield - United Kingdom - £3,720
55. Stergios Alexandrakis, United Kingdom - £3,720


56. Thomas Ambler, United Kingdom - £3,060
57. Mark Baxter, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £3,060
58. Enzo Gomez, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player - £3,060
59. Linda Willix, Sweden, PokerStars Qualifier - £3,060
60. Norbert Berent, Poland - £3,060
61. Martin Hogarty, United Kingdom - £3,060
62. Latif Patel, United Kingdom - £3,060
63. Michael Cummings, United Kingdom - £3,060
64. Eduard Garcia, Spain - £3,060
65. Patrick Lawless, United Kingdon - £3,060
66. Sam Onions, United Kingdom - £3,060
67. George Phiniotis, Cyprus, PokerStars Player - £3,060
68. Scott Kateian, USA - £3,060
69. David Maudlin, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player - £3,060
70. Algernon Buchanan, United Kingdom - £3,060
71. Andrew Seabright, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player - £3,060


72. Richard Gryko, United Kingdom - £2,600
73. Emmanuel Arokodare, Nigeria - £2,600
74. Martyn Frey, United Kingdom - £2,600
75. Mark McCluskey, United Kingdom - £2,600
76. Chris Gordon, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player - £2,600
77. Michael Richardson, United Kingdom - £2,600
78. Thomas Ward, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player - £2,600
79. Rehman Kassam, United Kingdom - £2,600
80. Andrew Chen, Canada, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,600
81. Dominic Mahoney, United Kingdom - £2,600
82. Daniel Pastor, Netherlands - £2,600
83. Daniel James, United Kingdom - £2,600
84. Mauricio Baez, Paraguay - £2,600
85. Jude Ainsworth, Ireland - £2,600
86. Ryunosuke Mason-Brown, United Kingdom - £2,600
87. Charlene Coleman, United Kingdom - £2,600
88. Jonathan Denham, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,600
89. Peter Roche, Ireland - £2,600
90. Gary Fisher, United Kingdom - £2,600
91. Ryan Sherwood, United Kingdom - £2,600
92. Matthew Barnett, United Kingdon - £2,600
93. James Thomson, United Kingdom - £2,600
94. Christopher Kadji, United Kingdom - £2,600
95. Nick Ramsey, United Kingdom - £2,600


96. Fatima Moreira De Melo, Netherlands, PokerStars SportStar - £2,310
97. Steven Smith, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310
98. Paul Murrell, United Kingdom - £2,310
99. Cai Shuyi, United Kingdom - £2,310
100. Chintu Pattani, United Kingdom - £2,310
101. Vasilijs Lecko, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310
102. Krzysztof Stuchlik, Poland, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310
103. Saul Márquez, Spain, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310
104. Kevin Allen, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player - £2,310
105. Gareth Watkins, United Kingdom - £2,310
106. James Huggins, United Kingdom - £2,310
107. Orlando Anderson, United Kingdom - £2,310
108. Emanuele Pani, Italy, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310
109. Peter Vu, United Kingdom - £2,310
110. Martins Adeniya, United Kingdom, Full Tilt Poker Ambassador - £2,310
111. David Ulliott, United Kingdom - £2,310
112. Stefano Rossomando, Italy, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310
113. Richard Dawson, United Kingdom - £2,310
114. George Baldock, United Kingdom - £2,310
115. Thomas Gallagher, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310
116. Zack Lawson, United Kingdom, - £2,310
117. Daniel Blake, United Kingdom - £2,310
118. Steven Hoang, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310
119. Paul Leckey, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,310


120. Athir Ali, United Kingdom - £2,040
121. Zigmantas Jockus, Lithuania - £2,040
122. Robert Jones, United Kingdom - £2,040
123. Phillip Corion, United Kingdom - £2,040
124. Marios Charalambous, United Kingdom - £2,040
125. Royston Drenthe, Netherlands - £2,040
126. Kyle Maguire, United Kingdom - £2,040
127. Andrew Seden, United Kingdom - £2,040
128. Thi My Van Nguyen, United Kingdom - £2,040
129. Nicholas Banks, United Kingdom - £2,040
130. Darren Teague, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,040
131. Namir Mohamed, Ireland - £2,040
132. David Kilmartin Lappin, Ireland - £2,040
133. Patrick Clarke, Ireland - £2,040
134. Raphael Wieczorek, Germany, PokerStars Player - £2,040
135. Alexander Spencer, United Kingdom - £2,040
136. Stacy Coore, United Kingdom - £2,040
137. Dara Davey, Ireland - £2,040
138. Sam Bayliss, United Kingdom - £2,040
139. Ian Gascoigne, United Kingdom - £2,040
140. Joe Gallagher, United Kingdom - £2,040
141. Joel Russell, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player - £2,040
142. Kevin Asquith, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,040
143. Georg Beiske, Norway, PokerStars Qualifier - £2,040


144. Ben Miller , United Kingdom - £1,770
145. James Williams, United Kingdom - £1,770
146. Ben Dobson, United Kingdom - £1,770
147. Paul Foltyn, United Kingdom - £1,770
148. Daniel Patman, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier -£1,770
149. Zoltan Szabo, Hungary -£1,770
150. Chuck Clark, United Kingdom - £1,770
151. Camilla Reventow, Denmark - £1,770
152. Jordan Cousins, United Kingdom - £1,770
153. Miguel Mora, Spain - £1,770
154. Marc Daubach, Belgium, PokerStars Player -£1,770
155. Lee Doran, United Kingdom - £1,770
156. Alan Kenny, United Kingdom - £1,770
157. Fraser Dunphy, United Kingdom - £1,770
158. Paul Haycock, United Kingdom - £1,770
159. Alan Armitage, United Kingdom - £1,770
160. Daniel Williams, Canada, PokerStars Qualifier - £1,770
161. Christopher Nicholas, United Kingdom - £1,770
162. Leon Narinsakchai, United Kingdom - £1,770
163. Van Hieu Hoang, Vietnam - £1,770
164. Weilun Wang, China - £1,770
165. Robert Charlton, United Kingdom - £1,770
166. Ed Baily, United Kingdom - £1,770
167. Patrice Brandt, Germany, PokerStars Qualifier - £1,770
168. Lawrence Sanchez, United Kingdom - £1,770
169. Duncan Riches, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £1,770
170. Dinarte Araujo De Sousa, United Kingdom - £1,770
171. Luke Diaper, United Kingdom - £1,770
172. Andrew Miller, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier - £1,770
173. Kuljinder Sidhu, United Kingdom - £1,770
174. Yong Cheong Foo, Singapore - £1,770
175. Vasile Cosmin Stancu, United Kingdom - £1,770
176. Paul Zimbler, United Kingdom - £1,770
177. James Mclean, United Kingdom - £1,770
178. Jeff Kimber, United Kingdom - £1,770
179. David McConachie, United Kingdom - £1,770
180. Jake Cody, United Kingdom, Team PokerStars Pro - £1,770
181. Tom Brady, United Kingdom, Ireland - £1,770
182. William Kassouf, United Kingdom - £1,770
183. Richard Evans, United Kingdom - PokerStars Player - £1,770
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« Reply #294 on: May 12, 2014, 08:56:34 AM »

Seat 1: Trevor Pearson, United Kingdom – 965,000

Trevor Pearson, 56, is no stranger to risk, reward and late nights, working as he does – alongside his wife of 35 years, Caroline – as a self-employed commodities trader from his home (which is four miles from the nearest town).
Leaving private cash games behind over 10 years ago, he now finds time to squeeze online tournaments into his hectic schedule “day or night” as he and his wife trade, sometimes 24 hours a day in tag-team. He considers his stamina a bonus in the world of poker, and looks forward to his wife railing him on the final table as he tries to turn a short stack into a win.

Seat 2: Anthony Flynn, United Kingdom, 2,495,000

This is a rare foray into UKIPT territory for 42-year-old self-employed dad of three Anthony Flynn. But when the Stratford-Upon-Avon resident does play he usually does well, finishing 10th at a UKIPT Series event in July 2013. He also came fifth in the Sunday Million last June winning $56,000 - finishing the tournament on his phone as his laptop was playing up! Flynn also plays in a local league in Stratford-Upon-Avon and he expects half a dozen friends, some of whom travelled with him to play this event, to be on the rail tomorrow.
Should his pre-start “feeling” about the event come to fruition, he says his eldest daughter, who turns 18 on Tuesday, will get a new car, his 16-year-old daughter a new wardrobe and his 15-year-old son a trip with Dad to the World Cup in Brazil.

Seat 3: Duncan McLellan, United Kingdom – 3,320,000


Duncan McLellan is no stranger to success on the UKIPT,having won the inaugural UKIPT Isle of Man Main Event this season for £94,090. He followed that victory with a win in the last £300 Nottingham Cup (for £9,800) and has been busy winning satellites to everything from EPT Prague to the accompanying High Roller where he made Day 2. He credits his success in part to having picked up a book he names as, “’The 50 worst things that Hellmuth ever said’ or something…it’s a fantastic book. Cost me $50 online but then I went on to win tournaments. Three years ago I didn’t know the rules!” McLellan is in good shape chip-wise, and says that he’s now playing for the win. “I don’t want to come 7th.”

Seat 4: Ramey Shaio, United Kingdom (PokerStars Player)- 1,770,000

Professional poker player Ramey Shaio has racked up six years of poker experience despite being just 27. He splits his time between the online and live tables, but doesn’t travel the live circuit often. The exceptions are for the World Series, where he narrowly missed out on a bracelet in a $1,500 NL Hold’em event in 2012, coming 3rd for $182,521, and Dusk Till Dawn. “When they’re guaranteeing £1 million, how can I not?” Although he lost some chips in the last levels – doubling people up – he intends to come back with his 25bb and try to take the title, with a secondary plan to “have fun…a party if I win.”

Seat 5: Juan Benito, Spain (PokerStars Qualifier) 4,385,000


Juan "El bigotes" (the Moustache) Benito is a 23 year old Spaniard now living in Bournemouth looking for his first major win to catapult him on to the international
tournament circuit in earnest. He currently makes his money online on PokerStars playing MTTs, but loves to play live and has done since he first started playing with
friends. Benito has been at the top of the chip counts all day, and has turned a £100 satellite on PokerStars into a guaranteed minimum payout of £20,800. Nottingham represents his second foray into the UKIPT; his first was in Marbella, an event he plans to play again this year.

Seat 6: Angelo Milioto, United Kingdom (PokerStars Qualifier) 2,455,000

Angelo Milioto, 43, is a sales director for a glazing company who has turned a passion for poker into a lucrative online pursuit. He started playing poker when he lived in Spain, in a local bar with friends. His first UKIPT experience almost ended 16-handed when he was down to 5bb, but he’s turned his stack around and is looking forward to the final. This result will be his best to date, and his three children will be watching eagerly as he has already promised 10% of his winnings to them. With the rest, he’d like to play a few more live events but also do the sensible thing of paying off some of the mortgage and the tax man.

Seat 7: Ryan Spittles, United Kingdom, 3,305,000

Ryan “Scotty77” Spittles is recognised as one of the UK’s up-and-coming talents both live and online, although his results have, so far, been mainly on the virtual felt. He started playing around six years ago, and improved his game to the point where instead of losing money he was racking up MTT wins and playing cash games professionally (which he’s done for four years). His best live cash to date was for $19,015 in WPT Prague, but winning a major tournament remains something he eagerly aspires to do. He’s also a poker TV celebrity, analysing hands and helping others improve their game.


Seat 8: William Elliot, United Kingdom (PokerStars Qualifier) 5,625,000

Chip leader William Elliot, from Galashiels in Scotland, stormed through Day 3 and has turned a £162 satellite win into a real title shot. A full time carer for his older, disabled brother, Elliott started playing poker after watching Late Night Poker and diving into UKIPT Newcastle with his brother as “a pair of fish”. “Fergal Nealon put his arm round my shoulder and gave me a lot of tips – I soaked it up like a sponge,” he recalls. Elliot’s now friends with Ludovic Geilich and other Scottish players and cites them as the reason he’s in this position today. Although he won the Scottish Poker Series recently
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« Reply #295 on: May 12, 2014, 10:03:15 AM »

Good luck Ryan, get it won
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« Reply #296 on: May 12, 2014, 10:18:45 AM »

Good luck Trevor & Ryan
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« Reply #297 on: May 12, 2014, 10:56:23 AM »

Good luck Trevor & Ryan
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« Reply #298 on: May 12, 2014, 11:09:17 AM »

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« Reply #299 on: May 12, 2014, 12:06:49 PM »

Gl blondes.... Smash that final table!

On a modest note.  I finished 5th in turbo deep stack. Gutted as I really wanted that holiday package to marbella. Need a holiday after a week of playing poker lol
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