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« Reply #90 on: February 26, 2016, 07:32:53 PM »

36    1    Christopher Brammer
36    3    Mark Armstrong
36    4    Ben Farrell
36    5    Robert Davies
36    6    James Jeffrey
36    7    Ionut Flavius Voinea
36    8    Keith Johnson
36    9    Stephen Nash

400-800 blinds

1 button Jeffrey

Farrell raises to 1750
Davies calls
Johnson calls in the big blind



check
Farrell 2200
Johnson calls



check check



Johnson 5,500
Farrell folds

2 button Voinea

Voinea 1700 otb
Nash 7000 bb
Voinea folds

3 button Johnson

Johnson 2000 otb
Nash calls
Brammer 8800 in the bb
both fold

4 button nash

Voinea 1800
Armstrong bb calls

Two Clubs

check check



check, 2200, call



check, 11200, call

Voinea shows to win

5 button Brammer

Jeffrey 2000
Armstrong calls
Farell 7700 bb
Jeffrey folds
Armstrong all in with a shortstack
call

Armstrong A-8o
Farrell A-4o

A-9-3-3-Q

6 button Armstrong

Voinea 1800
Nash calls
Brammer calls
Armstrong calls
Both blinds call
i want to call too for the value. i do mentally. i am playing Ace bit of hearts, for reference



check to Voinea, 4200
Nash calls
Brammer calls
In my imaginary world, i have got the nut draw. i call. playing possum



Bingo. Oh wait, i am not playing

checked to Brammer 8500
Voinea check calls

heads up to the river



check check

I miss an imaginary value bet

Voinea shows down 

Brammer purses a lip, and mucks

behind the table i wonder what might have been. If i could play poker





 
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« Reply #91 on: February 26, 2016, 07:57:51 PM »

Wouldn't mind a chip update off the David Hirst lookalike in seat 4 table 37 if your passing please

was doing ok when i went passed 10 mins ago. 100,000+, a tower of 20 or so 5,000 chips at least

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« Reply #92 on: February 26, 2016, 08:09:50 PM »

Wouldn't mind a chip update off the David Hirst lookalike in seat 4 table 37 if your passing please

was doing ok when i went passed 10 mins ago. 100,000+, a tower of 20 or so 5,000 chips at least

its not you is it?

Unfortunately I'm stuck at work it's a good mate of mine Tony, nice to have the updates back.
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« Reply #93 on: February 26, 2016, 08:20:29 PM »

141 of 217 left

600-1200 just going

average 75,000

Ben Wnsor 250,000
Igor Kotan 240,000
Ionut Vinea 220,000
Lee Naylor 200,000
Steve Watts 200,000
Eleanor Gudger 180,000
Lawrence Bailey 160,000
Sylvia Hewitt 160,000
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« Reply #94 on: February 26, 2016, 09:04:08 PM »

Gl to Redfox. One for the good guys please!
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« Reply #95 on: February 26, 2016, 09:25:52 PM »

sorry for the delay here, we are just putting in place a few things for tomorrow which i will put up soon

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« Reply #96 on: February 26, 2016, 09:34:16 PM »

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UKPC Saturday- 12pm & 4pm Day 1s {please read below}

I have just finished a meeting with Simon and the DTD Team regarding Saturday's UKPC schedule. They are faced with the following logistical problem:

400 + qualifiers have selected to play Saturday Day 1 which uses 45 tables out of the 50 available dealing 9 handed, because of the deep structure by the end of late reg only 10% of these players will have been eliminated, so the maximum players that can be seated during late reg is less than 100. We normally get 250-300 DBIs on the last Day 1 for UKPCs, so we need to deal to 650-700 tomorrow.

Simon and the DTD Team's answer to this problem is to cram the Club with 15 extra tables and deal the event 10 handed and extend late registration by 4 levels, which means that they would be able to seat up to 600 players and another 100 during late reg.

I have personally overruled everyone. I do not want any players (qualifiers or DBIs) queuing for hours, being cramped and being forced to enter into a premium event with < 50BBs. So I have instructed the following;

Day 1 12PM - all Sky qualifiers are in from the start and DTD qualifiers have first option to enter with no waiting. DBI players have the option to wait for seats in the 12pm Day 1 OR can enter the 4pm Flight and start with the same stack as the 12pm players which is much fairer. If any qualifiers wish to move to 4pm, please contact Nicola Veitch on Facebook.

Day 1 4PM - This will late reg till 8.40pm and finish at 3am, Day 2 starts Sunday 1pm, so players have a 10 hour turnaround.

* The 8-Max will now move to a 7pm start, 9 levels played which will finish at 1:40am for a 2pm Day 2 start on Sunday.

This is the first time we have offered a Saturday Day 1 so we now know that 90% of qualifiers will choose Saturday going forward and can plan accordingly, I would rather the DTD Team work harder tomorrow so the place isn't chaos and uncomfortable for players - yes we have a big club - but 65 tables with no marquee is way too much to deal a premium event at the club, and 10 handed is not a product that we should be offering, buying in at < 50BB because there are not seats avaliable not acceptable.

Can I ask every player that knows me to do me a favour if they can and choose to play the 4pm flight, can I also ask players who are re-entering from previous flights to choose the 4pm flight, there are times when I need the players to help me out, if we all work together we will have a comfortable day for the players and the staff. Anyone that lives 2-3 hours away can now start off a bit later - 450 at 12pm and 250 at 4pm flight will be a smooth day for everyone.
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« Reply #97 on: February 26, 2016, 09:39:10 PM »

i hope that all makes sense.

any questions, please fire away

hope to see a lot of you tomorrow
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« Reply #98 on: February 26, 2016, 09:41:44 PM »

meanwhile

the main event is at the end of level 12 today, with 3 more elvels left to play

106 are left

exits

107    Colin Hawker
108    Daniel Gatward
109    Robert Sherwood
110    Alan Taddei
111    Leo Mcclean
112    Jamie O'connor
113    Robert Davies
114    Mark James
115    Stephen Freeman
116    Pavol Beca
117    Robert White
118    Weland Holroyd
119    Jack Pustula
120    Sonny Huang
121    Matthew Lewis
122    Anonymous
123    Kevin Brown
124    Russell Betts
125    Ross Vendyback
126    Liam Hooks
127    Jamie Roberts
128    Barry Carter
129    Brett Angell
130    Jack Allen
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« Reply #99 on: February 26, 2016, 10:24:49 PM »

A few chip counts as at 9.15pm.

Blinds are 1,000-2,000/300, average stack 109,595.

Steve Watts 140,000

Richard Gryko 115,000

Sam Grafton 140,000

Neil Channing 100,000

Keith Johnson 130,000

John Gale 140,000

Trevor Reardon 160,000

Alex Goulder 95,000

Mad Turk 300,000
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« Reply #100 on: February 26, 2016, 10:35:14 PM »

Gl to Redfox. One for the good guys please!

Cheers mate.

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« Reply #101 on: February 26, 2016, 10:40:23 PM »

A few chip counts as at 9.15pm.

Blinds are 1,000-2,000/300, average stack 109,595.

Steve Watts 140,000

Richard Gryko 115,000

Sam Grafton 140,000

Neil Channing 100,000

Keith Johnson 130,000

John Gale 140,000

Trevor Reardon 160,000

Alex Goulder 95,000

Mad Turk 300,000


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« Reply #102 on: February 26, 2016, 11:09:59 PM »

so with a level and a half to play

25    1    Paul Williams
25    2    Hamish Morjaria
25    3    Marcin Grzybowski
25    4    Chris Williams
25    5    Fred Wise
25    6    Allan Peers
25    7    John Baldini
25    8    Antoine Saout
25    9    James Parker

Saout is now three hours into a massage. its what scoring $3.5m in the WSOPis for

26    1    Lee Nayler
26    2    Angelo Milioto
26    3    Chi Zhang
26    4    Toby Joyce
26    5    Anonymous
26    6    Matt Wootton
26    7    Luke Barradell
26    8    Matthew Spurring
26    9    Balint Pusztai

Nayler continues to lead the way here

27    1    Jon Briggs
27    2    Padraig O Neill
27    3    Karol Radomski
27    4    Danny Toffel
27    5    Andy Wool
27    6    Thomas High
27    7    Robert Jones
27    8    Philip Pattenden-oxenham
27    9    Trevor Reardon

a table of short-stacks

35    1    Ali Zihni
35    2    Richard Gryko
35    3    Neil Channing
35    4    David Lloyd
35    5    Mian Wei
35    6    Darrell Goh
35    7    Andrey Veselov
35    8    Paul Haycock
35    9    Jack Cooper

Neil Channing is over starting stack in a comp for the first time since 2012

36    1    Lukasz Jankowski
36    2    Jack O'neill
36    3    Sean Randall
36    4    Ben Farrell
36    5    Lawrence Bayley
36    6    James Jeffrey
36    7    Ionut Flavius Voinea
36    8    Keith Johnson
36    9    Kyriacos Dionysiou

o'neill won the hr yesterday and has a big stack in this too

37    1    John Gale
37    2    David Burghardt
37    3    Paul Mason
37    4    Anthony Haughey
37    5    Andrew Hills
37    6    David Mundle
37    7    Emran Hussain
37    8    Alex Jones
37    9    Steve Ford

john gale is at 250k+

38    1    Yucel Eminoglu
38    2    Ben Winsor
38    3    Igor Kotan
38    4    Greg Harrison
38    5    Keith Christie
38    6    Tom Hall
38    7    Ross Loggie
38    8    Maciej Kondraszuk
38    9    Eleanor Gudger

Lots of chips here, Turk, eleanor, ben, kotan all chipped up

46    1    Michael Pitt
46    2    Malcolm Mckinlay
46    3    Matthew Davenport
46    4    Aleksandrs Golubevs
46    5    Martyn Frey
46    6    Osman Mustanoglu
46    7    Steven Watts
46    8    Joe Laming
46    9    Suketu Pate

Davenport, a regular high roller player, chip leader on this table

47    1    Waikiat Lee
47    2    Stephen Bantick
47    3    Kelly Saxby
47    4    Grzegorz Gosk
47    5    Jamie Clossick
47    6    Oliver Telford
47    7    Leon Narinsakchai
47    8    Alex Goulder
47    9    Paul Romain

Leon in seat 6 is monstrous, 400k+ and chip leader of the day 1b
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« Reply #103 on: February 26, 2016, 11:49:44 PM »

<3 Rob, he just gets it. I never get to play anymore as working too hard but he really is a massive fillip to UK poker.

Bamber Gascoigne chip count please Smiley
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« Reply #104 on: February 26, 2016, 11:52:40 PM »

<3 Rob, he just gets it. I never get to play anymore as working too hard but he really is a massive fillip to UK poker.

Bamber Gascoigne chip count please Smiley

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