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AlbusFawkes
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« on: June 23, 2019, 05:12:21 PM »

I have not posted here much but thought I would start a Brit appreciation thread. This is for any Vegas events not just WSOP.

Feel free to comment/correct or even blow raspberries!
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« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2019, 05:16:57 PM »

Yesterday was a good day with two bracelets.

Stephen Chidwick took down the $25k PLO High Roller #45

Luke Schwartz claimed victory in the $10k 2-7 Triple Draw #49

Both players picking up their first WSOP bracelets.

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« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2019, 06:51:42 PM »

Today we have Day 2 of the $10k PLO

The following bagged up after Day 1

Armin Ghojehvand 204,800
Toby Lewis           133,400
Richard Gryko       115,800
Christopher Flint    112,900
James Park           105,800
Peter Costa            72,000
Fraser MacIntyre     66,300
Mathew Perry          58,100
Stuart Rutter           57,200
Barny Boatman        38,000

I have left off one or two who are listed as Brits but seem to be just listed as UK resident.

Stuart Rutter cashed in his first event yesterday and jumped straight into this event and bagged again,
Barney Boatman is having a good series as far as cashes are going without making any FT's (yet).
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« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2019, 06:55:30 PM »

Also today is Day 2 of the Monster Stack $1500 NLHE #50

A lot of Brits made it through.

I have not edited out any players from this list.

Conor Beresford   724,400
Dean Hutchison   443,000
Ben Farrell   304,000
John Duthie   292,200
Iaron Lightbourne   274,000
Sunny Chattha   262,900
Raul Martinez   259,700
Calin Trif   246,500
Brandon Sheils   238,200
Luke Brereton   226,700
Javier Fernandez   225,000
Usman Siddique   220,300
Leo Worthingtonleese   200,900
Juan Sanchez   199,400
Adam Daniel   196,300
Yudhishter Jaswal   193,300
Jonathan Walker   190,800
Yiannis Liperis   176,900
Martins Adeniya   161,500
Andrew Fields   152,700
Kevin Wibberley   151,200
Paul Hizer   150,000
Martin Henderson   150,000
Andrew Hedley   144,700
Michael Kane   143,000
Simon Deadman   142,400
Katie Swift   142,000
Ilana Belsky   136,200
Elliott Peterman   136,100
Timothy Flanders   126,700
Philippe Souki   123,600
Tsz Ho   123,000
Samuel Goodman   121,300
Andrew Wilson   118,000
Guy Taylor   116,200
Oliver Simpson   115,000
Louis Salter   114,200
Joshua Boulton   114,200
Ross Greig   111,300
Jeff Kimber   106,400
Ben Cade   102,800
Adam Owen   99,800
Jerome Bradpiece   97,700
Jack Sinclair   97,400
Jose Gonzalez   97,300
James Coates   96,100
Iwan Jones   95,400
Jack Maskill   95,000
Raul Manzanares   94,600
Guillermo Sanchez   94,100
James Rann   91,100
Harry Lodge   87,800
Giulio Mascolo   87,500
Jamie Oconnor   83,700
Natalia Breviglieri   81,600
Andrew Teng   80,600
Robert Sherwood   78,600
Marco Vasconcelos   75,700
Dragos Trofimov   75,200
Waseem Shahid   72,300
Tiansheng Qi   72,000
Graham Hiew   71,500
Richard Hasnip   70,600
Jiushuang Wang   70,000
Florian Faure   67,500
Chi Zhang   65,400
Daniel Corbett   57,800
David Tovar   55,000
Stephen Woodhead   53,900
Daniel Toffel   53,200
Soner Osman   52,100
Alexander Zeligman   49,000
Samuel Welbourne   45,100
Robert Tinnion   44,100
Dominic Mahoney   44,000
Joel Isla   42,200
James Dempsey   41,000
Tamer Kamel   38,000
Markus Kuhnen   36,000
Benjamin Morrison   31,000
Shukri Mushahwar   30,400
Rupom Pal   28,800
Oleksandr Shcherbak   19,200

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« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2019, 07:54:50 PM »

Good idea mate, like seeing the Brits do well and this thread will help me sift to the interesting bits  thumbs up
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« Reply #5 on: June 23, 2019, 09:06:29 PM »

There have already been earlier Brit successes starting with Ben Heath winning the $50k NLHE High Roller #5, winning $1.48m in the process.

In #10 Benny Glaser FT'd the $1500 DC finishing in 6th.

In #16 Richard Hasnip FT'd the $1500 NLHE 6 Max for $90k for a 5th place finish.

in #17 Brandon Sheils, Florian Duta, Jonathan Proudfoot & Yiannis Liperis all won their 1st table in the $1500 NLHE Shootout but were unable to make it to the final table.

in #23 Philip Long finished 4th in the $1500 Eight Game for just under $50k.

In #30, $1000 PLO, Sam Razavi came 3rd for $104k. Sam has 4 cashes so far this series.





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« Reply #6 on: June 23, 2019, 09:17:10 PM »

Other Brit successes include:

#31 $3,000 NLHE 6 Max - Raul Martinez - 6th for $58k
#36 $3000 NLHE Shootout - Ben Farrell - 6th for $37K
#44 $1500 NLHE Bounty - Andy Hills - 6th for $45k
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« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2019, 09:19:01 PM »

Good idea mate, like seeing the Brits do well and this thread will help me sift to the interesting bits  thumbs up

You're welcome
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« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2019, 09:21:17 PM »

Does Sam Trickett still go to these things these days, or has he made so much he can’t be arsed?
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« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2019, 09:48:22 PM »

Does Sam Trickett still go to these things these days, or has he made so much he can’t be arsed?

Sold his house in Mansfield and moved to Ibiza if you read his twitter page.  Probably realised James Bord is long gone and the glory days are over after marrying his page 3 barbie doll.  WP sir.
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« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2019, 10:03:40 PM »

Nice thread, TY
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« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2019, 10:21:39 PM »

Does Sam Trickett still go to these things these days, or has he made so much he can’t be arsed?

Sold his house in Mansfield and moved to Ibiza if you read his twitter page.  Probably realised James Bord is long gone and the glory days are over after marrying his page 3 barbie doll.  WP sir.

Does he still play poker or not? Or just decided to sit and live on what he made? Don’t blame him if he did, I’d probably do the same and be risk averse to keep a good lifestyle.....
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« Reply #12 on: June 23, 2019, 10:46:32 PM »

I haven't seen him mentioned in any chipcounts/updates so far (& I have scrolled through most of them). Don't recall seeing any mention of him on the UK circuit either.
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« Reply #13 on: June 24, 2019, 09:44:13 AM »

#51 $2500 Mixed Hi/Lo

After starting the unofficial final table with a decent chip lead, Philip Long eventually finished in 6th place for $31k.

This was Philip's second FT of the series.
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« Reply #14 on: June 24, 2019, 09:56:11 AM »

Does Sam Trickett still go to these things these days, or has he made so much he can’t be arsed?

Sold his house in Mansfield and moved to Ibiza if you read his twitter page.  Probably realised James Bord is long gone and the glory days are over after marrying his page 3 barbie doll.  WP sir.

Does he still play poker or not? Or just decided to sit and live on what he made? Don’t blame him if he did, I’d probably do the same and be risk averse to keep a good lifestyle.....

He still rocks up in the big cash games that Party stream, and I assume he is coming to Vegas when the Party Millions is on.  Guess he has no desire to be over here for the whole series, and not sure he ever did.   He seems to have a pretty expensive lifestyle, so don't think he has gone all risk averse either.
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Most of the bets placed so far seem more like hopeful punts rather than value spots
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