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  • corkie123
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    Originally posted by SatNav View Post
    looking well for my 31 yrs
    dont forget the V A T on the 31 satnav

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  • SatNav
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    Originally posted by ACE REPORTER View Post
    Some pic of your gob with that tongue of yours stuck out.
    looking well for my 31 yrs

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  • ACE REPORTER
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    Originally posted by SatNav View Post
    The camera dont lie mick, no matter what way you look, you are still 97

    Some pic of your gob with that tongue of yours stuck out.

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  • SatNav
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    Originally posted by ACE REPORTER View Post
    Just have to say Danny that the quality of your pics seem to get better as time goes on. Then again they do say that good things improve with age.
    The camera dont lie mick, no matter what way you look, you are still 97

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  • ACE REPORTER
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    Just have to say Danny that the quality of your pics seem to get better as time goes on. Then again they do say that good things improve with age.

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  • gingerwhinger
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    Well done Gary and the other 3 lads for the chop nice pay day was sick to bubble the final table myself but really can't complain had a roller coaster of a day yesterday flopping nuts and losing to runner runner quads but sucked out a couple of times myself . Big thanks to boyles for putting it on jp Larry and all the crew for all the hard work they put in first class squad jp has there nice to catch up with Danny top bloke and great updates already looking forward to the next one in tallaght

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  • The Istanbul
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    Well done to Gary: top player.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    We'll that's it folks wrapped here at the BoyleSports Poker Spring Series 2015 two starting days seen a total of 579 players creating a prize pool of €75,270 smashing the €50,000 guarantee. Congratulations to those that cashed & commiserations to those who didn't

    Big thanks to JP & Larry for asking us to come along and blog the event, been a nice weekend with some great buzz in the room, BoyleSports Poker Series will be back 14th-16th August for the Summer Series in the Maldron Hotel make sure to pencil it into your calendars. Mentioned to Larry earlier tonight that I thought Gary was going to win and I'm glad to be proven right, picked two random cards to act as his winning hand not a bad one imo.

    Going to finish up my solitary Bulmers before calling it a night, until next time folks catch you on the flipside...

    Results -

    1st - Gary Fields €9,000

    Oisin Fagan 2nd - €7,785

    Dean Dempsey 3rd - €7,785

    Sean Molloy 4th - €7,785

    Thomas Harvey - 5th €3,300

    John Corry - 6th €2,500

    Michael Farrelly - 7th €2,000

    David Crilly 8th - €1,600

    Sean Flack - 9th €1,250

    10th - 71st below

    SPOILER
    10th - Mark Ward - €1,250

    11th - Gastao Silva - €1,250

    12th - Eamonn Connolly - €1,000

    13th - Gavin Quinn - €1,000

    14th - Noel Donaldson - €1,000

    15th - Mark Grey - €1,000

    16th - Sean Moten - €800

    17th - Nick Morrison - €800

    18th - Niki Schreurs - €800

    19th - Stephen Bohan - €800

    20th - Daniel Hoy-Nielsen - €800

    21st - Lee Egan - €800

    22nd - Tom Nolan - €800

    23rd - Sean Byrne - €20

    24th - Robbie McCormack - €650

    25th - Paul Lecky - €650

    26th - John Hannaphy - €650

    27th - Adrian Russell - €650

    28th - Robby Vernaillen - €650

    29th - James Reilly - €650

    30th - Gary Satelle - €650

    31st - Peter Bray - €650

    32nd - Paul Taylor - €520

    33rd - Padge Barry - €520

    34th - Henri Newry - €520

    35th - Richard O'Neill - €520

    36th - Cahal Grimes - €520

    37th - Paul Murnin - €520

    38th - Rose Kiernan - €520

    39th - Paul Lenfesty - €520

    40th - Paul Hanley - €420

    41st - Pat Halpin - €420

    42nd - Alan McGinn - €420

    43rd - Declan O'Connell - €420

    44th - Jonas Olali - €420

    45th - Christy Morkan - €420

    46th - Jaf Woolsey - €420

    47th - Ronan Lynch - €420

    48th - Fergal Delaney - €340

    49th - Mark Killoran - €340

    50th - Philip Hagan - €340

    51st - Ray Masters - €340

    52nd - Chris Pyke - €340

    53rd - Nicholas O'Kane - €340

    54th - Fergus Mc Donnell - €340

    55th - Annette Anderson - €340

    56th - Frank Butter - €270

    57th - Brian Churchjard - €270

    58th - John Woods - €270

    59th - Noel Mannion - €270

    60th - Neil Higgins - €270

    61st - Jerome Skehan - €270

    62nd - Ivan Geeraerts - €270

    63rd - John O'Donoghue - €270

    64th - John Doherty - €220

    65th - Philip Salmon - €220

    66th - Tadas Navickas - €220

    67th - Hubert O'Donohoe - €220

    68th - Annette Gorman - €220

    69th - Chris Fisher - €220

    70th - Connie O'Sullivan - €220

    71st - Joe Kiernan - €220


    Gary Fields BoyleSports Poker Spring Series 2015 Winner



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  • tylerdurden94
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    After a couple minutes of deliberation the remaining 4 players decided on a chop with Gary Fields walking away with bigger piece of the pie & the title.

    4th - Sean Molloy - €7,785

    3rd - Dean Dempsey - €7,785

    2nd - Oisin Fagan - €7,785

    1st - Gary Fields - €9,000

    Final 4



    I'll be along shortly with a brief recap.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Originally posted by tylerdurden94 View Post
    Clock is paused while the remaining 4 look at the numbers for a chop.
    Chop city, Gary Fields (IPB gazman59) is crowned BoyleSports Poker Spring Series 2015 Winner, update to follow.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Clock is paused while the remaining 4 look at the numbers for a chop.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Dean Dempsey having a couple topsy turvy hands, first up he loses 1,660,000 to Oisin Fagan with A10 vs 55 on a AK5K4 board.

    Next hand he moved all in for his remaining 475,000 with AK & Gary Field called blind out of the BB with 48 nearly claimed a bustout as it came 534J but a A would see him stay in the game a little while longer.

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  • JP Poker
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    €100 Side Results
    57 Players

    €4,845 Prize Pool


    1st Tom Paolin €1,500
    2nd Alex Pintilie €1,185
    3rd Joey Van Lim Gergen €690
    4th David O'Flaherty €470
    5th Tommy Kommerinke €360
    6th PJ Murrin €270
    7th Liz Doran €210
    8th Serge Sterckx €160

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Gary Fields has managed to get one back from Dean Dempsey after he moved all in holding 98 and was dominated by A8 but a kind flop he received J98 giving him two pair as the board completed 610 bringing him back up to around 4,000,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Oisin Fagan knocked out a shortstacked Thomas Harvey, moving all in with 77 looked up by A3

    Mentioning he was in bad shape Oisin wouldn't stay that way for long as he hit an Ace right in the flop as the board ran out A89KQ

    Thomas Harvey - 5th €3,300

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Level 30 blinds 60,000/120,000/20,000 5 remain average stack 2,316,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Chip counts -

    Seat 1 - Thomas Harvery - 540,000

    Seat 2 - Gary Fields - 1,700,000

    Seat 3 - Dean Dempsey - 4,000,000

    Seat 4 - Oisin Fagan - 1,700,000

    Seat 5 - Sean Molloy - 3,420,000

    Big swing in the chips between Sean & Thomas when the formers A rag cracked KK.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Small break in the main as the chips get coloured up.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Dean Dempsey is running good at the moment at the expense of John Corry elimination, I arrive to the table and the action is on the turn board reads 98J5 didn't exactly hear what happened but as the cards went over on their backs easy to figure out it was an all in.

    Corry had flopped the nuts holding Q10 with Dempsey holding KQ for a flushdraw and gutter and that gutterball came in as the river hit 10 brief pause on the table as the players tried to realise what happened, Corry collected his jacket from the back of the chair and headed to the payout desk.

    John Corry - 6th €2,500

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Dean Dempsey has just managed to secure himself a big triple up, moving all in UTG for 1,010,000 action went around to Thomas Harvey in the SB who called but Gary Fields had other ideas as he moved all in leaving Harvey with the decision, it was going to be another 855,000 to call, no call though as he elected to fold.

    Fields KK

    Dempsey 109

    Dealer spread 1092 which was gold for Dempsey and he had the hand locked up on the river as the rest of the board ran out 3 9 for a house.

    Fields has subsequently managed to double through in the last couple hands as he moved all in for 765,000 with AK vs Oisin Fagan's AJ but he had a sweat as the flop came all spades 3Q5 turn 7 river was a black card but it was the 7 which sees him back up to over 1,500,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    10 minutes into level 29 blinds 50,000/100,000/10,000 6 remain, average stack 1,930,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Get the bad news from Michael as he heads to the payout desk, AQ no good vs 99.

    Michael Farrelly - 7th €2,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Play is somewhat cagey at the moment as players are checking and rechecking the prize pool, in one of the recent hands Thomas Harvey opened to 180,000 Dean Dempsey with 10 bigs folds 77 face up from the BB.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    David Crilly had managed to get a couple pushes through and pick up much needed blinds & antes and the time he finally gets looked up by Oisin Fagan's 77 he's in great shape with QQ but as the flop came down a dreaded seven was revealed and that put an end to his event.

    David Crilly 8th - €1,600

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Level 26 blinds 40,000/80,000/10,000 8 remain, average stack 1,447,500

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Sean Flack who was our overwhelming chip leader coming into play today is the first player to fall at the final table, moved all in for 700,000 with AQ & Thomas Harvery looked him up with 1010 flopping a flushdraw with clubs he couldn't get there by the river.

    Sean Flack - 9th €1,250

    Last edited by tylerdurden94; 18-05-15, 01:00.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    BoyleSports Poker Spring Series 2015 Final Table

    Seat 1 - Sean Flack - 1,000,000

    Seat 2 - Thomas Harvey - 995,000

    Seat 3 - Gary Fields - 2,300,000 - Chip leader

    Seat 4 - Michael Farrelly - 315,000

    Seat 5 - David Crilly - 505,000

    Seat 6 - Dean Dempsey - 545,000

    Seat 7 - Oisin Fagan - 1,900,000

    Seat 8 - John Corry - 1,975,000

    Seat 9 - Sean Molloy - 2,030,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Mark Ward bubbles the final table when he moved all in for 600,000 with A10 & looked up by Sean Molloy with AQ, exits in 10th €1,250.

    Quick break to get the final table setup, chip counts to follow.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Level 27 blinds 30,000/60,000/10,000 10 players remain, average stack 1,158,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    20 minute break.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Eamonn Connolly just got his hand caught in the cookie jar by John Corry, arriving to the hand as Corry called the all in by Eamonn (Sean Molloy was also involved but folded) there was a pile of chips already in the middle, board read 234 Eamonn held 86o but was drawing to a chop as Corry flopped the joint holding 56 brick 8 & river Q would see Eamonn ship 947,000 out of his stack leaving him with just 199,000 Corry in the meantime busted well through the 2,000,000 chip mark.

    In the following hand Eamonn managed to double back up when he pushed K4 which Mark Ward called holding A4 KJ4J9 putting him back over 400,000 - been a couple hand since and a player just came over to give me a heads up that he pushed all in blind for 350,000 and got looked up by A2 the dealer turned over Eamonns hand and BOOM he held KK to double up once again but only a couple hands after that and he would finally bust this time when his J8 was no good vs Oisin Fagan's AJ, finishes 12th €1,000

    While all this madness was going on with him Gary Fields on the adjacent table had moved all in on a flop of K105 (K exposed by accident) after Gastao Silva bet 175,000 into a pot of roughly 350,000 some time had passed by before the clock was called and JP counted down the time and declared the hand dead when it elapsed & a cheeky flash of 8 from Fields.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Level 26 blinds 25,000/50,000/5,000 12 remain, average stack 965,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Eamonn Connolly loving life right now not sure he'll love the hangover tomorrow 16th pint and now moved onto the Dice75 approved double captain morgans & coke.

    Just caught the tail end of hand where Eamon check raised Sean Molloy's 100,000 bet on a Jack high flop bumping it to 500,000 and flashing AQ high when folded. Couple hands later Sean managed to take down a hand when he turned quad jacks raked in a tidy pot.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Results so far -

    10th - Mark Ward - €1,250

    11th - Gastao Silva - €1,250

    12th - Eamonn Connolly - €1,000

    13th - Gavin Quinn - €1,000

    14th - Noel Donaldson - €1,000

    15th - Mark Grey - €1,000

    16th - Sean Moten - €800

    17th - Nick Morrison - €800

    18th - Niki Schreurs - €800

    19th - Stephen Bohan - €800

    20th - Daniel Hoy-Nielsen - €800

    21st - Lee Egan - €800

    22nd - Tom Nolan - €800

    23rd - Sean Byrne - €20

    24th - Robbie McCormack - €650

    25th - Paul Lecky - €650

    26th - John Hannaphy - €650

    27th - 71st below

    SPOILER
    27th - Adrian Russell - €650

    28th - Robby Vernaillen - €650

    29th - James Reilly - €650

    30th - Gary Satelle - €650

    31st - Peter Bray - €650

    32nd - Paul Taylor - €520

    33rd - Padge Barry - €520

    34th - Henri Newry - €520

    35th - Richard O'Neill - €520

    36th - Cahal Grimes - €520

    37th - Paul Murnin - €520

    38th - Rose Kiernan - €520

    39th - Paul Lenfesty - €520

    40th - Paul Hanley - €420

    41st - Pat Halpin - €420

    42nd - Alan McGinn - €420

    43rd - Declan O'Connell - €420

    44th - Jonas Olali - €420

    45th - Christy Morkan - €420

    46th - Jaf Woolsey - €420

    47th - Ronan Lynch - €420

    48th - Fergal Delaney - €340

    49th - Mark Killoran - €340

    50th - Philip Hagan - €340

    51st - Ray Masters - €340

    52nd - Chris Pyke - €340

    53rd - Nicholas O'Kane - €340

    54th - Fergus Mc Donnell - €340

    55th - Annette Anderson - €340

    56th - Frank Butter - €270

    57th - Brian Churchjard - €270

    58th - John Woods - €270

    59th - Noel Mannion - €270

    60th - Neil Higgins - €270

    61st - Jerome Skehan - €270

    62nd - Ivan Geeraerts - €270

    63rd - John O'Donoghue - €270

    64th - John Doherty - €220

    65th - Philip Salmon - €220

    66th - Tadas Navickas - €220

    67th - Hubert O'Donohoe - €220

    68th - Annette Gorman - €220

    69th - Chris Fisher - €220

    70th - Connie O'Sullivan - €220

    71st - Joe Kiernan - €220
    Last edited by tylerdurden94; 18-05-15, 01:03.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Level 25 20,000/40,000/5,000 15 remain, average stack of 772,000

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  • martin62power
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    Come on mark ward or Eamon Connolly hope one of yous take it down


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Couple snaps -

    Gary Fields



    Oisin Fagan



    Noel Donaldson



    Mark Grey



    Sean Molloy



    David Crilly

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  • tylerdurden94
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    10 minutes into level 24 blinds 15,000/30,000/4,000 16 remain, average stack 723,750

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Chip counts -

    Table 18 -

    Seat 1 - Dean Dempsey - 140,000

    Seat 2 - Mark Grey - 280,000

    Seat 3 - Eamonn Connolly - 1,139,000

    Seat 4 - Sean Molloy - 1,300,000

    Seat 5 - Mark Ward - 334,000

    Seat 6 - Gavin Quinn - 815,000

    Seat 7 - John Corry - 1,200,000

    Seat 8 - Sean Motten - 421,000

    Table 22 -

    Seat 1 - Thomas Harvey - 1,575,000

    Seat 2 - Gastao Silva - 1,000,000

    Seat 3 - Sean Flack - 900,000

    Seat 4 - Gary Fields - 900,000

    Seat 5 - David Crilly - 350,000

    Seat 6 - Oisin Fagan - 750,000

    Seat 7 - Noel Donaldson - 300,000

    Seat 8 - Michael Farrelly - 300,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Nick Morrison eliminated in 17th place (€800) at the hands of Sean Molloy, Morrison held 87 vs A2 all in preflop, taking a big lead in the hand as the dealer fanned 827 turn 6 having to dodge either a deuce/ace but a cruel river A seem him exit.
    Last edited by tylerdurden94; 17-05-15, 20:49.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Redraw at 16 with that players will take a 20 minute break, updated chip counts to follow.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Level 23 blinds 12,000/24,000/3,000 19 remain, average stack 609,473.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Chip counts -

    Table 23 -

    Seat 1 - Sean Molloy - 800,000

    Seat 2 - Sean Moten - 230,000

    Seat 3 - Nick Morrison - 390,000

    Seat 4 - Lee Egan - 555,000

    Seat 5 - John Corry - 1,100,000

    Seat 6 - Gavin Quinn - 480,000

    Seat 7 - Michael Farrelly - 550,000

    Seat 8 - Mark Ward - 260,000

    Table 26 -

    Seat 1 - Thomas Harvey - 609,000

    Seat 2 - David Crilly - 290,000

    Seat 3 - Gary Field - 725,000

    Seat 4 - Sean Flack - 1,250,000

    Seat 5 - Gastao Silva - 940,000

    Seat 6 - Sean Byrne - 230,000

    Seat 7 - Robbie McCormack - 194,000

    Seat 8 - Niki Schreurs - 315,000

    Table 27 -

    Seat 1 - Eamonn Connolly - 500,000

    Seat 2 - Steven Bohan - 126,000

    Seat 3 - Mark Gray - 565,000

    Seat 4 - Daniel Hoy-Nielsen - 310,000

    Seat 5 - Dean Dempsey - 325,000

    Seat 6 - Thomas Nolan - 120,000

    Seat 7 - Noel Donaldson - 360,000

    Seat 8 - Oisin Fagan - 400,000
    Last edited by tylerdurden94; 17-05-15, 19:57.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    With Paul Lecky's elimination in 25th (€650) we're down to 24 players which will trigger a redraw, I've asked to get visual chip counts from the remaining players and I'll post them when received.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    John Hannaphy eliminated in 26th (€650) on the button he was dealt a 10 the dealer pitched him what would've been another 10 but it was exposed so he got a new card which was a queen.

    Playing 240,000 he moved all in and got looked up AJ, hitting a queen on the flop but the turn & river would deliver him a sick one as it ran out king & 10 respectively to give his opponent a straight.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Sean Flack is still leading with a stack of 1,100,000 while Eamonn Connolly is leading the drink counts up on pint number 10

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Results so far -

    27th - Adrian Russell - €650

    28th - Robby Vernaillen - €650

    29th - James Reilly - €650

    30th - Gary Satelle - €650

    31st - Peter Bray - €650

    32nd - Paul Taylor - €520

    33rd - Padge Barry - €520

    34th - Henri Newry - €520

    35th - Richard O'Neill - €520

    36th - Cahal Grimes - €520

    37th - Paul Murnin - €520

    38th - Rose Kiernan - €520

    39th - Paul Lenfesty - €520

    40th - Paul Hanley - €420

    41st - Pat Halpin - €420

    42nd - Alan McGinn - €420

    43rd - Declan O'Connell - €420

    44th - Jonas Olali - €420

    45th - Christy Morkan - €420

    46th - Jaf Woolsey - €420

    47th - Ronan Lynch - €420

    48th - Fergal Delaney - €340

    49th - Mark Killoran - €340

    50th - Philip Hagan - €340

    51st - Ray Masters - €340

    52nd - Chris Pyke - €340

    53rd - Nicholas O'Kane - €340

    54th - Fergus Mc Donnell - €340

    55th - Annette Anderson - €340

    56th - Frank Butter - €270

    57th - Brian Churchjard - €270

    58th - John Woods - €270

    59th - Noel Mannion - €270

    60th - Neil Higgins - €270

    61st - Jerome Skehan - €270

    62nd - Ivan Geeraerts - €270

    63rd - John O'Donoghue - €270

    64th - John Doherty - €220

    65th - Philip Salmon - €220

    66th - Tadas Navickas - €220

    67th - Hubert O'Donohoe - €220

    68th - Annette Gorman - €220

    69th - Chris Fisher - €220

    70th - Connie O'Sullivan - €220

    71st - Joe Kiernan - €220

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  • kakak1
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    Originally posted by tylerdurden94 View Post
    True, suppose a text message is in order for him so.

    as soon as he receives my text message he's sure to be eliminated very next hand

    anyway since heard he's long gone

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Side event news -

    Saturdays €60 turbo drew 37 players generating a €1,850

    1st - Brendan Doddy - €595

    2nd - Jonathon Kelly - €595

    3rd - Anon - €280

    4th - Noel O'Connell - €180

    5th - Laurence O'Kane - €140

    6th - Niall McAleer - €60


    Today's €100 game drew 57 players creating a €4,845 prize pool -

    1st - €1,700

    2nd - €1,095

    3rd - €730

    4th - €480

    5th - €360

    6th - €270

    7th - €210

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Level 21 blinds 8,000/16,000/2,000 30 players remain, average stack 386,000

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  • tylerdurden94
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    1 hour dinner break.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Michael Farrelly







    Robbie McCormack





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  • tylerdurden94
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    Couple snaps -

    Padge Barry



    Bubble boy pre-bubble









    Thomas Harvey



    Eamonn Connolly

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Padge Barry seen wandering the tournament area call him over to get the low down and informs me he shoved A10 from the BB after the button opened but ran into JJ.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Originally posted by kakak1 View Post
    could have gone before the money
    True, suppose a text message is in order for him so.

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  • kakak1
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    Originally posted by tylerdurden94 View Post
    I'm not familiar with Nigel but he isn't in the bustout list yet so that's a good sign.
    could have gone before the money

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Level 20 blinds 6,000/12,000/2,000 36 remain, average stack 321,666.

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  • tylerdurden94
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    Originally posted by kakak1 View Post
    Any word on Nigel Cahill & Colin Quarry
    Originally posted by Secondhand View Post
    Colin busted before the money.
    I'm not familiar with Nigel but he isn't in the bustout list yet so that's a good sign.

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  • Secondhand
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    Colin busted before the money.

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  • kakak1
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    Any word on Nigel Cahill & Colin Quarry

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