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« on: February 25, 2016, 09:25:46 AM »

The event starts at 12, with Day1a and concludes on Monday

Updates here for the duration

Good luck me.

http://www.dusktilldawncasinonottingham.com/news/uk-poker-championships-2016/2502 for the schedule

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« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2016, 12:47:57 PM »

Nice to see you doing an update Rich
Gl all playing
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« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2016, 01:13:50 PM »

there are 70 players in at the start of 1a

22    1    John Engledow
22    2    Michal Czeszel
22    3    Raymond Telfer
22    4    Paul Ephremsen
22    5    Mark Harper
22    6    Graham Carter
22    7    Allan Graham

23    1    Amanda Birney
23    2    Chris Neesam
23    3    Lee Wright
23    4    Mark Wagstaff
23    5    Simon Brooks
23    6    Ed Knox
23    7    Miles Adam

31    1    Robert Taylor
31    2    Eric Shum
31    3    Wolfgang Distler
31    4    Sebastian Pawlak
31    5    James Hook
31    6    Lee Broadhurst
31    7    Alun Bowden

32    1    Wai Leung
32    2    James Gilhooley
32    3    Guy Taylor
32    4    Terence Etim
32    5    Luigi Sibilio
32    6    Ryan Pritchard
32    7    Steve Mallott

33    1    Keith Bowtell
33    2    Arron Fletcher
33    3    John Perkins
33    4    Alastair May
33    5    Lee Rawson
33    6    Steven Cooke
33    7    Stephen Foster

34    1    Chris Latta
34    2    Neil Whitby
34    3    Duncan Mclellan
34    4    Richard Trigg
34    5    Dan Dennehy
34    6    Lee Atherton
34    7    Balint Pusztai

41    1    Elliott Panyi
41    2    Craig Watson
41    3    Robert Alexander
41    4    Andrew Lewis
41    5    Stephen Rawle
41    6    Jeff Sharpe

42    1    Gabriel Bryson
42    2    Baljit Singh
42    3    Alex Bounsall
42    4    Leigh Williams
42    5    Jason Herbert
42    6    Andreas Christodoulou

43    1    Jose Antonio Simon Jimenez
43    2    Stefano Rossomando
43    3    Jack Allen
43    4    Andrew Christoforou
43    5    Ivor Frost
43    6    Andreas Olympios

44    1    Andrew Theodosiou
44    2    Andrew Mcallister
44    3    Ian Gwynne
44    4    Daniel Laming
44    5    Alexander Spencer
44    6    Leslie Packer
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« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2016, 01:21:38 PM »

rick trigg in today's field

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« Reply #4 on: February 25, 2016, 01:22:39 PM »

there is no escape, even now.

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« Reply #5 on: February 25, 2016, 01:23:16 PM »

lets see if anyone is reading

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« Reply #6 on: February 25, 2016, 01:52:26 PM »

rick trigg in today's field




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« Reply #7 on: February 25, 2016, 02:05:58 PM »

marcel Luske in today's field

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« Reply #8 on: February 25, 2016, 02:09:15 PM »

i liked the hair colour against the tones and hues of the branding in the background

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« Reply #9 on: February 25, 2016, 02:11:06 PM »

we are up to 100 in this 1a.

Not a bad turn out at all for a 1a, obviously Saturday is going to be packed so decent numbers before then bodes well for hitting the £1m GTE

There is one of me, and the High Roller looks like a stonking field. So i will keep one eye on the early stages of the main while mainly looking at the for a while and posting on the other thread 
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« Reply #10 on: February 25, 2016, 02:13:08 PM »

if there are any of the following you need updating on, just holler though

22    1    John Engledow
22    2    Michal Czeszel
22    3    Raymond Telfer
22    4    Paul Ephremsen
22    5    Mark Harper
22    6    Graham Carter
22    7    Allan Graham
22    8    Daniel Myers
22    9    Darren Delahunty

23    1    Amanda Birney
23    2    Chris Neesam
23    3    Lee Wright
23    4    Mark Wagstaff
23    5    Simon Brooks
23    6    Ed Knox
23    7    Miles Adam
23    8    Shaun Johnston
23    9    Nadeem Hussain

31    1    Robert Taylor
31    2    Eric Shum
31    3    Wolfgang Distler
31    4    Sebastian Pawlak
31    5    James Hook
31    6    Lee Broadhurst
31    7    Alun Bowden
31    8    Marcel Luske
31    9    Chin Chai Koh

32    1    Wai Leung
32    2    James Gilhooley
32    3    Guy Taylor
32    4    Terence Etim
32    5    Luigi Sibilio
32    6    Ryan Pritchard
32    7    Steve Mallott
32    8    Oliver Telford
32    9    Nicolas Le Floch

33    1    Keith Bowtell
33    2    Arron Fletcher
33    3    John Perkins
33    4    Alastair May
33    5    Lee Rawson
33    6    Steven Cooke
33    7    Stephen Foster
33    8    Ryan Eborall
33    9    Vishal Maini

34    1    Chris Latta
34    2    Neil Whitby
34    3    Duncan Mclellan
34    4    Richard Trigg
34    5    Dan Dennehy
34    6    Lee Atherton
34    7    Balint Pusztai
34    8    James Mitchell
34    9    Danish Gandhi

41    1    Elliott Panyi
41    2    Craig Watson
41    3    Robert Alexander
41    4    Andrew Lewis
41    5    Stephen Rawle
41    6    Jeff Sharpe
41    7    John Conroy
41    8    Yiannis Liperis

42    1    Simon Higgins
42    2    Baljit Singh
42    3    Alex Bounsall
42    4    Leigh Williams
42    5    Jason Herbert
42    6    Andreas Christodoulou
42    7    Ian Walton
42    8    Thomas Busst
42    9    Peter Bala

43    1    Jose Antonio Simon Jimenez
43    2    Stefano Rossomando
43    3    Jack Allen
43    4    Andrew Christoforou
43    5    Ivor Frost
43    6    Andreas Olympios
43    7    Richard Kellett
43    8    Daniel Mcnairney
43    9    Cornel Miu

44    1    Andrew Theodosiou
44    2    Andrew Mcallister
44    3    Ian Gwynne
44    4    Daniel Laming
44    5    Alexander Spencer
44    6    Leslie Packer
44    7    Lynne Beaumont
44    8    Richard Edmondson
44    9    Henry Bibby
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« Reply #11 on: February 25, 2016, 03:20:15 PM »

Any chance of a round from table 34? Some interesting dynamics there I should think ...
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« Reply #12 on: February 25, 2016, 03:27:32 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 #13 on: February 25, 2016, 03:50:12 PM »

so i went to do a round at

34    1    Chris Latta
34    2    Neil Whitby
34    3    Duncan Mclellan
34    4    Richard Trigg
34    5    Dan Dennehy
34    6    Lee Atherton
34    7    Balint Pusztai
34    8    James Mitchell
34    9    Danish Gandhi

and lasted two hands at 100-200 because both were quite interesting and took a while

1

button seat 9

Pusztai, a Hungarian, opens to 700

Mtchell flats

Neil "worst player in Swindon not named Quinn. Or Wright" Whitby makes it 1900 in the big blind

call

call

three clubs

Whitby 3,100

call

call



Whitby 6,000

call

call

this is a big pot for level 4

Two Clubs

Whitby (who told the table after he had Queens) check

Hungaroring check

Mitchell 17,000 with an unflappable air

Witby fold

Hungary fold


hand 2

Dansh Gandhi 500

the button calls

Trgg defneds hs big blnd



Trigg leads 1,000

Danish 2,500

the button folds

Trgg calls



check check



Trgg 4,400

Dansh calls and soon realses hs bacon has been cooked when Trigg Tables for the flopped par and flush draw that hit on the turn

 
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« Reply #14 on: February 25, 2016, 04:50:48 PM »

up to 110 now n the main

sam grafton one of the new arrivals

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