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« Reply #30 on: February 25, 2016, 03:04:34 PM »

Neil Channing has had a busy day

Having apparently only played about six hands yesterday he found himself with a tough decision in the first hand

playing 50,000 at 500-1000

kully sidhu fresh off his EPT Dublin 3rd raised to 2,000, a caller and Richard Pearson makes in 11,000 on the button

Neil looks down at 10-10

your move is?
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« Reply #31 on: February 25, 2016, 03:16:28 PM »

A round with Goldilocks and the three Bears

25    1    Padraig O Neill
25    2    Stephen Bantick
25    3    Martyn "daddy bear" Frey
25    4    Callum Mccuaig
25    5    Daniel Stanway
25    6    Alex "goldilocks" Goulder
25    7    Ryan "mummy bear" Spittles
25    8    Thomas "middy bear" Middleton

blinds are 600-1200

hand 1

Spittles on the button makes it 2,000

O'Neill calls

 

O'Neill check calls 1,500



check check



O'Neill 4,000 Spittles passes


hand 2 button on middy bea
r

Goldilocks opens to 2,500

all pass  


hand 3 button seat 1

Stanway opens to 2,500

all pass

hand 4 button Daddy Bear

mccaig limps the small blind
stanway checks

   

mccaig checks
stanway 1,200

fold

hand 5 button mccaig

Stanway limps
Goldilocks raises 4,000 more
call

three clubs  

check
Goldilocks 6,000
fold

hand 6 button stanway

O'Neill opens to 3,000
Spittles defends his big blind



check check

 

check check



check check

A masterclass in power poker

Spittles shows   and is good


hand 7 button goulder

O'Neill opens to 3,000
McCaig calls

s two hearts

O'Neill 2,500
McCaig 6,100
fold

hand 8 button Spittles

McCaig opens to 2,600
O'Neill calls



O'Neill check calls 4,000



O'Neill check

McCaig 6,000

fold


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« Reply #32 on: February 25, 2016, 03:23:21 PM »

Neil Channing has had a busy day

Having apparently only played about six hands yesterday he found himself with a tough decision in the first hand

playing 50,000 at 500-1000

kully sidhu fresh off his EPT Dublin 3rd raised to 2,000, a caller and Richard Pearson makes in 11,000 on the button

Neil looks down at 10-10

your move is?

so Neil folded

He then played 3 hands in a row, winning the last with Aces and is on 60,000

the table thinks he's busy

He raises UTG+1 to 2,000

Richard Pearson makes it 5,600 in the big blind

Neil calls

three diamonds

Neil calls 6,000



Pearson sets him in

Neil has is playing 44,000 at 600-1200

i think he has 15 outs? 9 diamonds, 3 aces and the last two Tens

about a 30% shot and he's getting about 2-1 off the top of my head, so not qute the odds perhaps (?) but a big old stack if he hits

but he calls, misses and is out

Pearson had Jacks, no diamonds
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« Reply #33 on: February 25, 2016, 03:27:48 PM »

tikay's blog from day 1 of the UKPC yesterday

 https://www.skypoker.com/secure/poker/sky_lobby/ukpc-news/sky-poker-ukpc-off-to-a-flyer
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« Reply #34 on: February 25, 2016, 03:43:44 PM »

Registration closed for the High Roller wth 67 entries and 19 re-entries and therefore 86 total entries and a £172,000 prize pool
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« Reply #35 on: February 25, 2016, 03:53:04 PM »

Table 25
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« Reply #36 on: February 25, 2016, 04:48:54 PM »

chris sly, kully sidhu and richard pearson in the high roller

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« Reply #37 on: February 25, 2016, 04:53:55 PM »

last year's wnner Richard Gryko next to one of the fnest OAP's in live poker, Keith Johnson



They are on the same table as Chris Brammer who s chip leader wth 40 left and just played a 5 bet pot pre wth Jack O'Neill

7-8-4 saw more action, Brammer led, O'Neill raised, Brammer set him in and nsta called

Both had Aces
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« Reply #38 on: February 25, 2016, 05:34:58 PM »

wth 32 left, blnds 1200-2400 and average 135,000

chip leaders are

Chris "you again" Brammer 450,000+
Enzo Del Piero 300,000+
Alex Zeligman 300,000+

also still in and in ok shape Alex Goulder, Ben Vnson, Ben Winsor, Dan Charlton etc

shaping up to be a good one later on

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« Reply #39 on: February 25, 2016, 05:40:41 PM »

I recognised someone at table Brammer, but couldn't place him

i watched a hand he played anyway

raised to 5,200

Gryko made it 10,600

mystery man shoves...

Gryko, well spoken and urbane, scraf wrapped around his neck even though we are indooras so why are you wearing a scarf?, askes for a count

Looks like its around 100,000 about 40% of Richard's stack. Calls

Mystery man A-Ko

Gryko 10-10

under starters orders, we are off

Q-9-6 flop

Ace on the turn for man of mystery

J river and Gryko takes a hit


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and  look up mystery man

Antoine Saout.

I know that name

off to give a company who paid an exorbitant £130m to HMRC for its tradng activities over here a bit more revenue to look

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3rd in the 2009 main event

For $3.5m, finished behind Darvin Moon and Joe Cada

He now has 250,000+ here

He's delighted too



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« Reply #40 on: February 25, 2016, 05:46:08 PM »

Chris "had his annual shave" Brammer, going gangbusters in the HR

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« Reply #41 on: February 25, 2016, 05:59:19 PM »

Didn't realise how much I missed your updates Rich.

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« Reply #42 on: February 25, 2016, 05:59:57 PM »

I recognised someone at table Brammer, but couldn't place him

i watched a hand he played anyway

raised to 5,200

Gryko made it 10,600

mystery man shoves...

Gryko, well spoken and urbane, scraf wrapped around his neck even though we are indooras so why are you wearing a scarf?, askes for a count

Looks like its around 100,000 about 40% of Richard's stack. Calls

Mystery man A-Ko

Gryko 10-10

under starters orders, we are off

Q-9-6 flop

Ace on the turn for man of mystery

J river and Gryko takes a hit


Back to the media centre*

and  look up mystery man

Antoine Saout.

I know that name

off to give a company who paid an exorbitant £130m to HMRC for its tradng activities over here a bit more revenue to look

Oh

3rd in the 2009 main event

For $3.5m, finished behind Darvin Moon and Joe Cada

He now has 250,000+ here

He's delighted too



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« Reply #43 on: February 25, 2016, 06:06:08 PM »

Looking forward to catching up properly when I've finished pottering about with that bit of nuisance called work...
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« Reply #44 on: February 25, 2016, 06:19:19 PM »

the high roller s on a break with 29 of 86 remaining

average is 148,000

blinds go 2-4k


watching the fun Brammer/Saout/Gryko/K Johnson table just before the break

Saout 3,000 UTG

Gryko 8,500 UTG+1

Back to Saout who pulls out the old UTG limp-shove from the 1989 poker textbook, and gets through


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next hand

Gryko 7,500 UTG

Richard Pearson calls in positionj

Saout comes along in the big blind

all three check down

Saout leads 30,000 on the

and gives it the gallic quizzical look as both fold on the river
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