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« Reply #165 on: February 28, 2015, 09:20:38 PM »

1st £200,000
2nd £120,000
3rd £80,000
4th £55,000
5th £40,000
6th £30,000
7th £25,000
8th £20,000
9th £15,050
10th £12,000
11th £12,000
12th £12,000
13th £10,000
14th £10,000
15th £8,500
16th £8,500
17th £7,000
18th £7,000
19th £5,500
20th £5,500
21st £5,500
22nd £5,500
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36th £4,500
37th £3,750
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« Reply #166 on: February 28, 2015, 09:20:50 PM »


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« Reply #167 on: February 28, 2015, 09:37:57 PM »

two rounds of play on the bubble took over an hour,

two seperate players, skalie and a scottish fella i was behind in the buffet queue, tell me that matas cimbolas raised 18 hands in a row, unchallenged

up over 3m and still clear chip leader
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« Reply #168 on: February 28, 2015, 09:38:56 PM »

There is one more exit to tell you about: mine. I had to get the train home, so decided it was better to get one at 8:30 and be home for MOTD than the beer train an hour later. 

I have had a great afternoon helping out. I have had some great days at DTD (thin), but this is right up there with them. 

Thank you very much for your thanks, of all kinds, which were both entirely unnecessary and heartily appreciated. 

If you ever fancy doing the updates for an event (like me, for whatever reason, it might well be your second choice behind playing the event), I really cannot recommend it enough. That is, of course, if the updates are more than a one-off. 

The only thing you have to remember is you're not Tighty. No one is. He's not human. He runs about the place like Henri Laconte, churns out wit like Lord Byron and still finds time to discuss the problems with the French rugby midfield. 

Bringing it back to my introduction, I wish to offer those who remain, now in the money, my most sincere contrafibularities. 

I'll be keeping an eye on proceedings from afar. Come on you spurs!

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« Reply #169 on: February 28, 2015, 09:44:39 PM »

There is one more exit to tell you about: mine. I had to get the train home, so decided it was better to get one at 8:30 and be home for MOTD than the beer train an hour later. 

I have had a great afternoon helping out. I have had some great days at DTD (thin), but this is right up there with them. 

Thank you very much for your thanks, of all kinds, which were both entirely unnecessary and heartily appreciated. 

If you ever fancy doing the updates for an event (like me, for whatever reason, it might well be your second choice behind playing the event), I really cannot recommend it enough. That is, of course, if the updates are more than a one-off. 

The only thing you have to remember is you're not Tighty. No one is. He's not human. He runs about the place like Henri Laconte, churns out wit like Lord Byron and still finds time to discuss the problems with the French rugby midfield. 

Bringing it back to my introduction, I wish to offer those who remain, now in the money, my most sincere contrafibularities. 

I'll be keeping an eye on proceedings from afar. Come on you spurs!



Good job, and incredibly, I hope Spurs have a good day tomorrow
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« Reply #170 on: February 28, 2015, 09:49:01 PM »

Top Posting Tal, Being a City fan I remember the 1981 cup final, you are the Ricky V of the updating
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« Reply #171 on: February 28, 2015, 09:50:18 PM »

In response to Tal's message, I would like to thank you for the updates.

I'd be happy to do updates tomorrow with Tighty for the final day if anyone can back me my petrol money to get there as I am a poor student after all. Smiley

Get back to me but I would love to help Smiley
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« Reply #172 on: February 28, 2015, 09:55:02 PM »

chip leaders


Matas cimbolas 3m

david mcconachie 1.8m

tom hall 1.6m

kevin williams   1.4m

Farhaan Khan 1.3m


play restarts shortly
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« Reply #173 on: February 28, 2015, 10:12:35 PM »

Matas Cimbolas is some poker player
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« Reply #174 on: February 28, 2015, 10:21:02 PM »

short-stacked Leo McClean gets his stack in, open shoving 10x bb

in the big blind Michael Cowper-johnson calls

McClean 5-5 v MCJ 9-9

2-10-Q-5-4 doubles Leo up

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Rupinder Bedi has moved onto the feature table to play with Rastafish and Cinese Frankie. can see he has blue 100,000 chips and two trays, so looks to be well placed

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Chris Vernon has blue chips, total must be over 800,000

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greg hill all in for 131,000 at 10-20k

carl spicer calls in the big blind

Spicer has to hold against Greg's and does so on

to knock Greg out

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Shane Cotter all in 236,000

on the button Paul McTaggart calls

Cotter

McTaggart 5-5

7-Q-10-10-6 to knock Cotter out


the raft of exits since the bubble broke....

76    Greg Hill
77    Shane Cotter
78    Cheryl Simmons
79    Julien Sitbon
80    Stephen Bean
81    Anonymous
82    Alex Goulder
83    Tamer Kamel
84    Dean Lyall
85    Mark Hicks
86    Adam Bromley
87    Darren Craven
88    Martin Hogarty
89    Andrew Abernethy
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« Reply #175 on: February 28, 2015, 10:22:19 PM »

I spent an hour last night compiling an assortment of pictures and gifs for today. Here are the ones I wasn't able to use:



Don't look exactly like Russell Brand but close
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Nostalgic duel


Punk haircut



Two guys who look the same duke it out




Street Fighter Golden Nugget?



Not everyone can carry pink off
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Nice outfit



Could be onto a winner if we play our cards right



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Updater Central
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« Reply #176 on: February 28, 2015, 10:32:44 PM »

Brilliant work tal kept me entertained while losing online a worthy apprentice to the  master tighty
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« Reply #177 on: February 28, 2015, 10:44:37 PM »

Great updates, amazing to have them back and great work from Tal and Tighty.  Just caught up with them and some amazing stuff.  Would like more reports of leans though, for the fans.  I'm going to try and get DTD to install new furniture to make leaning accessible for everyone:





Edit:  Could we get a verndog pic please, he assures me he has secured a double up and visual confirmation would be appreciated.

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« Reply #178 on: February 28, 2015, 10:47:20 PM »

Chris Vernon has the moment to shape his competition

Milliners from Canterbury to Nottingham via the M2, M25, M1 and A52 are currently texting themselves pre-emptive congratulatory messages as...

He gets A-K spades in pre against the Aces of Osman Mustanoglu and turns the nut flush to win a 1.3m pot and knock Osman out
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« Reply #179 on: February 28, 2015, 10:52:06 PM »

Chris Vernon has the moment to shape his competition

Milliners from Canterbury to Nottingham via the M2, M25, M1 and A52 are currently texting themselves pre-emptive congratulatory messages as...

He gets A-K spades in pre against the Aces of Osman Mustanoglu and turns the nut flush to win a 1.3m pot and knock Osman out
Sigh Tighty, he had Kings!!
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