EPT10 London: Don't call the Devilfish old, not even "old-school"

Laura Cornelius of PokerStars.tv collared Dave "Devilfish" Ulliot during the first break in play today, ostensibly to ask him for his opinions on the style of the so-called "old school" player versus that of the new.

It's not immediately clear where Devilfish stands on this vexing issue, but he does prove one thing: the old school are considerably better at dodging the question than the youngsters. Leon Lewis, also cornered by Cornelius, only goes and gives a straight answer, belying a lack of experience there.

Nicky Katz, who admits to being a recreational player, also wades in with some valuable middle-ground thinking. Over to Cornelius, the Fish, Katz and Louis:

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