UKIPT4 Isle of Man 2: Day 2 Level 11-15 updates (2,000/4,000 ante 500)

5.50pm: See you at noon for Day 3
A full wrap of a quick fire days play is heading you way. The 40 remaining players who include: Victoria Coren Mitchell (77,500), Fatima Moreira de Melo (58,500) and Adrienne Rowsome (227,000) will be back at noon and you can follow the action here and on the live stream at pokerstars.tv. -- NW

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Coren Mitchell will be back for Day 3

5.40pm: In the money exits
In what was a whirlwind 50 minutes, 55 players have been reduced to just 40. Below are the players who finished in the money.

41st Mark Hawks, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, £1,660
42nd. Sylvester Geoghegan, Ireland, PokerStars qualifier, £1,660
43rd. Adrian Stoyles, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, £1,660
44th Andre Uring, Estonia, PokerStars Qualifier, £1,660
45th. Stephen Day, United Kingdom, Rational Group Staff, £1,660
46th. Jesse O'Shea, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, £1,660
47th David Rees, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, £1,660
48th.Gabriel Tuna, Romania, £1,660
49th. David Lappin, Ireland, PokerStars player, £1,660
50th.Paul Febers, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, £1,660
51st. Shahid Hussain, United Kingdom PokerStars Qualifier, £1,660
52nd Pierre Chambon, France, £1,660
53rd.Tomasz Raniszewski, Ireland, £1,660
54th.Robert Schulz, Germany PokerStars Player, £1,660
55th. Colin Marks, United Kingdom, £1,660

5.30pm: Double knockout ends day early
The plan was to play to 40 players day and we've reached that point just 50 minutes after bursting the bubble. That's in no small part down to Darren Woods who ends the day as chip leader with 907,000.

He won a big pot to end the day when he eliminated Mark Hawks and Sylvester Geoghegan in the same hand. Woods had queens and managed to fade Hawks red jacks and the ace-king of Geoghegan on a 3♣7♦[10d]8♥4♥ board.

He'll have a big chip lead heading into Day 3. -- NW

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Woods has chopped down the opposition

5.10pm: Chip counts and in the money
We've updated the counts of everyone left in here and are chronicling those who've busted in the money here. -- NW

5pm: Exits a plenty
As is so often the case the pressure release of the bubble bursting is followed by a slew of exits. We're already down to 49 players here in the Main Event with Colin Marks (55th) Robert Schulz finishing (54th) and UKIPT Edinburgh finalist Tomasz Raniszewski (53rd) the first players to min-cash for a chunky £1,660 considering the buy-in is £770.

Next to exit was Pierre Chambon, he three-bet all-in for 54,500 with A♦K♦ but couldn't out race the pocket sixes of Christopher Corkhill. He's up to 230,000 as a result.

Then Simon Deadman took care of two players in one hand when he found pocket kings. They started and stayed ahead of Shahid Hussain's [A][9] and Paul Febers's A♠Q♥. Deadman is up to 260,000. -- NW

4:50pm: The run-badders
It's all smiles and back-slaps amongst the cashers but let's take a moment out to remember the poor souls who missed out on financial remuneration by a whisker:

Phillip Szeto
Kelly Saxby
Pasquale Egisto
Ross Grieg
Nicholas Newport
Quentin Martin
Vincente Delgado
Bartosz Piesiewicz
Andrew Hawksby
Katja Svendsen -- RS


LEVEL UP: BLINDS 2,000-4,000-500


4:45pm: Back to play to 40
The break has come and gone and we're ready to move forward with the tournament after that surprisingly rapid bubble period. The plan is to play to 40 players which will precipitate the end of day 2. -- RS

4:25pm: Break time
The players are now on a 20 minute break, well everyone except Victoria Coren Mitchell who is multi-tabling as she's also entered the High Roller. -- NW

4:16pm: Gregory Chambers bubbles UKIPT Isle of Man
Mahmood Rasheed's exit in 57th place took us to the bubble and there was no protracted bubble or even need for hand for hand as before the clock could be paused Gregory Chambers went out at another table.

He shoved for 43,700 from the button over the top of Andre Wagner's 6,500 open and, after getting a count, Wagner made the call.

Wagner: A♥[10c]
Chambers: 5♥5♣

It was a race and it was one that favoured the over cards as the board came J♦A♦6♠[10s]3♣ to burst the bubble.

Wagner is up to 250,000 and he and the other remaining players are now all in the money. -- NW

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Chambers left with an empty pot (photo courtesy of Fabian Grueler)

4:12pm: Bubble Time!
56 players remain, 55 are getting paid. You know what that means! The pressure cooker has been ramped up to the max. There's some sweaty palms amongst the shorter stacks out there. Who will be the bubble? -- RS

4:11pm: Szeto falls foul of coin-flip variance
Phillip Szeto looks a likely candidate to finish just outside the payouts, having lost most of his stack in a big flip.

The hand that saw his stack decimated began with the Rational Group's Adam Kelly raising and Szeto moving all-in with pocket tens to put maximum pressure on.

Kelly made the call with A♠Q♦ and duly won the flip over the A♥8♦2♠5♠4♣ board.

Kelly was beaming at moving over the 100,000 mark. "I've got loads of chips now," he said smiling whilst a quiet Szeto has a mere 12,000 to his name and could well be a faller over the next few hands. -- RS

4:00pm: Straghalis bows out
Chris Straghalis has perished, unable to match last year's deep run.

"I did it to myself," he told us. "My exit hand I just shoved 19,500 in with ace-jack, Thomas Ward called with pocket eights and I never got there."

We've enjoyed Straghalis' mercurial sartorial choices throughout the tournament, and he'll be missed as he departs just prior to the cash.

Just 59 remain now... -- RS

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Straghalis genial banter and blinding shirts are no longer in effect

3:50pm: Febers doubles up
By the time the PokerStars Blog reached the table Wei Li's cards were already face down in the muck but Paul Febers cards were plain to see - A♥K♦ - which had connected rather nicely with the 4♣9♦Q♥K♥4♠ board. The UKIPT Galway runner-up, who bubbled UKIPT4 Marbella in June, doubled up to around 130,000. -- NW

3:43pm: Deadman walking
...but barely. Simon Deadman is not in great shape with just 40,000 at this point.

He lost much of his stack firing two bullets(17,400 and 22,300) on flop and turn of a T♥T♠4♥Q♣A♦ board, only to be check-called twice before checking back the turn and river.

His opponent turned over pocket jacks and Deadman mucked.

"I didn't have enough chips to make you fold the river," mused Deadman.

3:35pm: Chef of the Year
Meet Manx Chef of the Year Darren Woods, who when he's not cooking up a storm, likes to play a spot of poker. He's up to 280,000 in the Main Event. Earlier this week Sarah Grant nabbed him for a chat.



3:25pm: Exits
The bubble creeps ever closer as just 61 players remain, 55 of whom will get paid. Those who've just missed out are: Yaniv Peretz, Daniel Johnson, Barry Curtis, David Radnor, Stephen Kilpatrick, Dermot Blain, Jacob Hicklin, Anthony Galloway, Brynjar Bjarkason, Thomas Gill, John Bousfield, Paul Orritt, and end of Day 1A chip leader Donald Rae. -- NW

Blinds up: 1,500/3,000, 400 ante

3:15pm: Delgado out as Hill climbs
Sound the double knockout klaxon! David Hill just dispatched Team PokerStars Online's Vicente Delgado and Bartosz Piesiewicz in the same hand.

The action was started by David Marmion who opened to 5,000, Delgado then shoved for around 12,000 total, Hill, then moved all-in over the top from the small blind only for Piesiewicz to move all-in from the big blind for roughly 40,000. Back on Marmion he folded what he later said was ace-king and it was time for showdown.

Delgado: A♣5♣
Hill: Q♠Q♣
Piesiewicz: A♠Q♥

The board ran 7♣7♥9♦9♣4♥ and Hill scooped the lot. - NW

3:12pm: Precision predictions
Some of the short stacks are making silent prayers to the gods that they make it through to the money spots with just 69 players remaining.

Gary Clarke however is taking a mathematical approach to his future, removing the emotion.

"I'm 65% to cash I think," Clarke said.

He's fresh from a night out watching Judge Jules and he gave a hearty thumbs up review for the DJ's performance.

"He was good value. Doing fist-bumps with people and everything. He doesn't have to do that." -- RS

2:50pm: Tales of glory and woe
Every player's chip trajectory will rise and fall like the waves throughout the day.

The trick is to make sure you aren't washed up on a desert island with no food and water when the surf disperses.

Here are some counts to peruse as we move through the third level of the day.

Matthew Baker - 380,000
Wei Li - 340,000
Ludovic Geilich - 220,000
Vicky Coren Mitchell - 40,000
Simon Deadman - 85,000
Kelly Saxby - 40,000
Josh Hart - 120,000
Martins Adeniya - 135,000
Thomas Ward - 70,000
Ian Marmion - 250,000 -- RS

2:35pm: Baker continues to leave competition trailing
The top five stacks at the start of the level are as below, Matthew Baker, who started the day as chip leader with 235,000 has increased his lead as he now has a stack of 400,000. In fact no one else has yet eclipsed his start of day stack!

Matthew Baker - 400,000
Ian Marmion - 230,000
Wei Li - 230,000
Ciaran Heaney - 220,000
Adrienne Rowsome - 215,000

Keep an eye on our chip count page as we'll be updating it throughout the day. -- NW

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Baker's stack is almost double second place

2:40pm: Whipping up a frenzy

Congratulations to Gary Whipp for taking down the latest £100+£10 turbo side event for £2,430.

Well played sir! -- RS

2:35pm: Wily Wei Li lays down the law

Wei Li started the day second in chips and has now accumulated a monster stack. He is using it like a sledgehammer, exerting brutal force and regularly putting players to the test for their tournament life.

Moments ago he wielded it like a sledgehammer, betting out a huge stack of blues (around 100,000) on a J♣5♦2♠ board.

The effective bet was around 60,000 which is what oppponent Paren Arzoomanian had left.

"Why so big?" pondered Arzoomanian aloud before deciding now was not the time to take on Li and folding.

Li up to 235,000 now... -- RS

2:35pm: Exits
More level 12 fallers to tell you about as: Neil Raine, Martin Stuart, Richard Connolly, Mindaugas Kriauciunas, Dave Woods, Bruce Wagstaff, Michael Prescott, Colin Macandrew and Pierre-Henri Ligier are all out. -- NW

2:25pm: Chip counts
Here's how some of the names, notables and big stacks are getting on:

Donald Rae - 138,000
Donatas Didika - 115,000
Adrienne Rowsome - 215,000
Victoria Coren Mitchell - 70,000
Ludovic Geilich - 109,000
Joshua Hart - 120,000
Ian Marmion - 230,000
Martins Adeniya - 99,000
Fatima Moreira de Melo - 125,000
Simon Deadman - 45,000
Gary Clarke - 62,000
Vicente Delgado - 110,000
Fintan Gavin - 70,000
Paul Febers - 160,000
Katja Spillum Svendsen - 70,000
Kelly Saxby - 50,000
Chris Straghalis - 72,000
Thomas Ward - 85,000
Andrew Hawksby - 100,000
Nick Newport - 83,000

There are 79 players left and the average stack is 100,500. -- NW

2:15pm: Back for more
The players have reseated with the bubble looming menacingly on the horizon. 24 more eliminations and everyone gets paid.

There will be tears and metaphorical blood at the felt before then however. A critical period is impending. -- RS


LEVEL UP: BLINDS 1,200-2,400-300


2pm: Release the players
Two levels are in the books and the 79 remaining players are now on a break. They'll be back in 15, as will we. -- NW

1:52pm: De Meulder count reaches zero
The demise of Team PokerStars Pro Chris de Meulder just prior to the end of level 12 has ended any hope of either of the Belgium twins taking down this tournament. -- RS

1:42pm: Early risers
Several players have risen up through the ranks in the early stages to challenge for the chip lead.

Amongst those are Ian Marmion, one of the Rational Group staff members, who has had a highly productive opening level and a half - up to 200,000+.

Wei Li has also prospered early on day 2, also part of the elite club of 200,000 plus players.

Just 94 players remain now as we approach the first break.

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Wei is giving his table a hard time right now

1:36pm: Deadman v Geilich - Round One
There's something fascinating about watching two such intense players do battle across the felt.

A hand just played out that saw their paths cross and the action was so full of underlying meaning and thought you couldn't take your eyes off the action.

We joined the hand on an A♥4♦2♠ board - Simon Deadman betting out 6,600 and Geilich making a relatively quick call.

Come the 3♠ turn, Deadman took a few moments before checking and now Geilich picked up the baton, quickly firing 8,500 into the middle.

Deadman squirmed just a touch at this, settling into a long focused stare down of Geilich. The heat generated by Deadman's stare might have melted steel but Ludo is made of stronger stuff than that.

Finally he called.

The 8♠ on the river saw Deadman check and Geilich thought for a few moments before picking up nine blue chips - sufficient to set Deadman all in and plonking them quickly over the line.

Deadman went back deep into the tank, mulling all the permutations over in his head.

"You're the best mate," he told Geilich, smiling. "I planned on calling but now I'm changing my mind."

Geilich with earphone in remained perfectly still while this long, quiet vigil pregnant with significance played out.

Finally the clock was called and only as TD Luca counted down "3..2..1.." did Deadman finally fold.

"What you doing to me man, trying to kill me!" said Geilich as he swept up the pot.

Geilich up to 110,00, Deadman down to 30,000. -- RS

1:25pm: Cody cold decked
Team PokerStars Pro Jake Cody is out, the PokerStars Blog didn't see the exit first hand but Cody took to twitter to tweet his exit:

1:15pm: Jones flush with chips
Ask and you shall receive if a maxim that is probably rattling around Lee Jones's head right now as he just got lucky to stay alive.

Andre Wagner opened to 4,500, there was a flat call and Jones then moved all-in for 38,800. After getting a count Wagner made the call and the third player left them to it.

"It's hard to make a pair," said Jones as he turned over 2♦2♣, he was behind Wagner though as the German had Q♥Q♣. "Four diamonds please," said Jones to the dealer who spread a J♦9♦8♦ flop. A collective 'ooh' reverberated around the table. The turn was the K♦ giving Jones a flush and the A♣ river didn't give Wagner an unlikely chop. "That was ugly, people," said Jones as he took the pot. "I've doubled you up twice now," added Wagner. -- NW

Blinds up: 1,000/2,000, 300 ante

1pm: Report to the rail
20 players were eliminated in the opening 40 minutes of play. They are: Sam Grafton, Ronan Gilligan, Gabi Livshitz, Rene Hochmuth, Mo Razavi, Michael Josem, Nikita Staroverov, David Nuth, Jamie McMurdo, Dara Davey, Foyzul Hussein, Scott Byron, Thomas Simm, Derwin Hayes, Yaniv Peretz, Yury Gulyy, Willie Tann, Rudy Raveyts, Mickey Petersen and Isabel Carvalho. -- NW

12:55pm: Tough draw
If you've come to table Deadman/ Geilich/ Blain with bleary eyes, a real dogfight lies ahead of you today.

The pedigree these three have between them will prove a huge obstacle to chip accumulation and their differing styles should prove to make for a fascinating battle.

Blain has already jumped to 4th in the all-time Ireland money list with $1.8 million in cashes - no mean feat - whilst Geilich has a UKIPT title under his belt from Marbella last year and a highly-watchable, all guns blazing style.

Simon Deadman meanwhile has used his legendary laser-like focus and cool to accumulate $1.4 million in tournament winnings.

What a face off! -- RS

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Blain - one of the most successful Irish players in history

12:51pm: No luck of the Irish for Davey
It's been a fast start with a number of eliminations over the early levels, one of those being Dara Davey, who had gone to war preflop with compatriot Fintan Gavin holding K♥J♣.

Gavin however made a good call with A♥9♦ and was duly rewarded over the 4♠6♦7♣5♥Q♦ board, picking up the pot with ace high to move to close to 100,000.

Gavin offered his commiserations to Davey, before offering some free poker advice to tablemate Dominic Mahoney.

"You wouldn't have called there would you. You're too tight see?"--RS

12:45pm: Roaring Rowsome
Talk about getting out of the gates fast! Adrienne 'talonchick' Rowsome is up to 135,000 from her start of day 36,400. First she doubled up through Dave Woods with aces against tens and on the very next hand she eliminated two players when she flopped a set of jacks. -- NW

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Roaring start for Rowsome

12:35pm: Plan for the day
We've been informed by the tournament staff that the plan for today is to play until 40 players remain. That should take around six levels according to those in the know. -- NW

12:30pm: Make it Raine
It's been a good start to the day for UKIPT3 leader board runner-up Neil Raine who just made an excellent river call to boost his stack. He opened to 3,200 on the button and Josef Snejberg defended from the big blind.

On the 9♦8♣2♥ flop Raine c-bet 3,500 and Snejberg smooth called. The Q♦ fell on the turn and both players checked to see the 6♦ complete the board. First to act Snejberg bet 6,300 and Raine went into the tank. He got confirmation of the bet size and then made the call, Snejberg grimaced and turned over 5♠2♠ whilst Raine showed A♥2♣, for a hero call gone right. -- NW

12:20pm: Earplugs to table 12 please
Perhaps the most interesting start of day table is table 12.

12, 1, Stephen Day, United Kingdom, 135,000
12, 2, Nikita Staroverov, Lithuania, PokerStars Qualifier, 29,900
12, 3, Derwin Hayes, Ireland, 23,700
12, 4, Sam Grafton, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 76,300
12, 5, Fatima Moreira De Melo, Netherlands, PokerStars SportStar, 91,600
12, 6, David Rees, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 144,800
12, 7, Mindaugas Kriauciunas, Lithuania, PokerStars Player, 29,000
12, 8, Matthew Baker, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 235,600

It finds Sam Grafton and Fatima Moreira de Melo sat side by side. Both have chips and both have got serious chat. Indeed Team PokerStars Pro Christophe De Meulder jokingly offered De Melo money to stop talking on Day 1A. Her mouth is as sharp as her game so even Grafton might have a battle on his hands to win that war.

The table also has three of the top 10 stacks dotted around its oval as Matthew Baker, Stephen Day and David Rees are all well placed to make a run at this thing. This table is one to watch, although it will likely break before the first break. -- NW

12:05pm: Cards in the air!
The survivors from the opening to two flights have converged in the Villa Marina theatre and are starting their journey toward the payouts and beyond. Let's get this show underway. Good luck all! -- RS

12pm: Baker leads 116 remaining players
Welcome to Day 2 of UKIPT4 Isle of Man 2 here at the Villa Marina. Day 2 on the UKIPT is moving day and money day all rolled into one. We'll burst the bubble, with 55 players set to pop champagne corks once that point is reached, and we'll watch closely as larger stacks emerge, ready to make a run at the big money on days three and four.

Here's the full payout information for your delectation and perusal.


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Coren Mitchell is well placed heading into Day 2

Hoping to stay a big stack and make the money will be Matthew Baker, who leads the way with 235,000, he's some way clear of Wei Li (172,000) and Day 1A chip leader Donald Rae (154,000). Victoria Coren Mitchell had a great Day 1, finishing up with 129,000 which is good for ninth place, whilst Ludovic Geilich (123,000) has run up another big stack and rounds out the top 10.

Coren Mitchell is not the only player wearing the Red Spade on Day 2 as plenty of others joined her in making it to Day 2. The respective talents of Jake Cody (60,400), Christophe De Meulder (36,600), Mickey Petersen (26,300), Luca Pagano (66,400), Adrienne Rowsome (36,400), Vicente Delgado (76,000) and Fatima Moreira De Melo (91,600) will be spread around the room, although Rowsome and De Meulder are actually at the same starting table.

You can see the entire Day 2 seat draw below, it's time to shuffle up and deal.

Day 2 Seat Draw

(Table, Seat, Name, Country, Status, Chips)


1, 1, Marc Radgen, Germany, PokerStars Qualifier, 57,700
1, 2, David Nuth, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 39,000
1, 3, Johan Annerstedt, Ireland, 25,000
1, 4, Michael Josem, Isle of Man, 59,900
1, 5, Ciaran Heaney, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, 98,300
1, 6, Kelly Saxby, United States, 52,400
1, 7, Jamie Mcmurdo, Isle of Man, 40,100
1, 8, Andre Uring, Estonia, PokerStars Qualifier, 101,700


2, 1, Yaniv Peretz, Israel, PokerStars Player, 29,900
2, 2, Donatas Didika, Lithuania, PokerStars Qualifier, 143,500
2, 3, Stephen Kilpatrick, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 57,800
2, 4, David Radnor, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 30,100
2, 5, Andrew Hawksby, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 79,800
2, 6, Martins Adeniya, United Kingdom, Full Tilt Poker Ambassador, 97,500
2, 7, Gordon Huntly, United Kingdom, 76,500
2, 8, Chris Straghalis, United States, 31,300


3, 1, Thomas Simm, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 18,700
3, 2, David Hill, Isle of Man, PokerStars Qualifier, 117,800
3, 3, Bartosz Piesiewicz, Poland, PokerStars Qualifier, 50,100
3, 4, Ian Marmion, Ireland, 108,100
3, 5, Thomas Gill, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 40,400
3, 6, Rudy Raveyts, Belgium, PokerStars Qualifier, 16,300
3, 7, Mohammad Razavi, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 80,900
3, 8, Vicente Delgado, Portugal, PokerStars Team Online, 76,000


4, 1, Roger Lu, United States, 18,900
4, 2, Rhydian Mathias, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 130,400
4, 3, Richard Connolly, Isle of Man, 24,000
4, 5, Smit Trivedi, United Kingdom, 101,200
4, 6, Christopher Corkhill, Isle of Man, 56,100
4, 7, Ian Roberts, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 51,900
4, 8, Ross Greig, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 63,900


5, 1, Darren Woods, Isle of Man, 33,800
5, 2, Yury Gulyy, Russian Federation, PokerStars Qualifier, 40,700
5, 3, Daniel Wilson, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, 96,600
5, 4, Pierre-Henri Ligier, France, PokerStars Qualifier, 32,400
5, 5, Heath Cram, Isle of Man, 81,800
5, 6, Pasquale Egisto, Australia, PokerStars Qualifier, 50,300
5, 7, Ronan Gilligan, Ireland, PokerStars Player, 46,000
5, 8, Tomasz Raniszewski, Ireland, 74,700


6, 1, Terence Jordon, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 50,000
6, 2, Robert Schulz, Germany, PokerStars Player, 56,000
6, 3, Linus Sweeney, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 30,000
6, 4, Anton Nilsson, Sweden, PokerStars Qualifier, 114,000
6, 5, Adam Kelly, Isle of Man, 59,000
6, 6, Foyzul Hussein, United Kingdom, 21,100
6, 7, Jacob Hicklin, Isle of Man, 34,900
6, 8, Phillip Szeto, United Kingdom, 74,300


7, 1, Shahid Hussain, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 70,600
7, 3, Dermot Blain, Ireland, Full Tilt Poker Ambassador, 38,700
7, 4, Ludovic Geilich, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 123,700
7, 5, Daniel Johnson, United Kingdom, 32,000
7, 6, Gary Lawther, Ireland, 38,600
7, 7, Simon Deadman, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 79,900
7, 8, Michael Prescott, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 53,000


8, 1, Pierre Chambon, France, 51,900
8, 2, Paul Febers, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 89,100
8, 3, Wei Li, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, 172,000
8, 4, Victoria Coren Mitchell, United Kingdom, Team PokerStars Pro, 129,000
8, 5, Martin Stuart, United Kingdom, 85,500
8, 6, Paren Arzoomanian, United Kingdom, 68,700
8, 7, Nick Smith, United Kingdom, 81,100
8, 8, David Kilmartin Lappin, Ireland, PokerStars Player, 93,000


9, 1, Bruce Wagstaff, United Kingdom, 19,300
9, 2, Lee Jones, United States, 33,000
9, 3, Anthony Galloway, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 42,800
9, 4, Andre Wagner, Germany, PokerStars Player, 115,400
9, 5, Adrian Stoyles, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 120,000
9, 6, Donald Rae, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 154,900
9, 7, Daniel Myers, United Kingdom, 89,300
9, 8, Colin Macandrew, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 32,800


10, 1, Gabi Livshitz, Israel, PokerStars Qualifier, 40,100
10, 2, Mark Mccluskey, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 49,300
10, 3, Gary Clarke, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, 79,800
10, 4, Christophe De Meulder, Belgium, Team PokerStars Pro, 36,600
10, 6, Adrienne Rowsome, Canada, PokerStars Team Online, 36,400
10, 7, David Woods, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 85,500
10, 8, Rene Hochmuth, Germany, 54,900


11, 1, Jesse O'Shea, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, 118,400
11, 2, Thomas Ward, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 71,700
11, 3, Mark Hawks, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 94,600
11, 4, Neil Raine, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 40,000
11, 5, Mahmood Rasheed, Ireland, 69,700
11, 6, Josef Snejberg, Czech Republic, PokerStars Player, 94,300
11, 7, Jake Cody, United Kingdom, Team PokerStars Pro, 60,400
11, 8, Isabel Carvalho, Portugal, 29,200


12, 1, Stephen Day, United Kingdom, 135,000
12, 2, Nikita Staroverov, Lithuania, PokerStars Qualifier, 29,900
12, 3, Derwin Hayes, Ireland, 23,700
12, 4, Sam Grafton, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 76,300
12, 5, Fatima Moreira De Melo, Netherlands, PokerStars SportStar, 91,600
12, 6, David Rees, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 144,800
12, 7, Mindaugas Kriauciunas, Lithuania, PokerStars Player, 29,000
12, 8, Matthew Baker, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 235,600


13, 1, Sylvester Geoghegan, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, 48,500
13, 2, Colin Marks, United Kingdom, 80,600
13, 4, Quentin Martin, United Kingdom, 55,000
13, 5, Brynjar Bjarkason, Iceland, PokerStars Qualifier, 77,500
13, 6, Thomas Van Veelen, Netherlands, PokerStars Qualifier, 79,500
13, 7, Scott Byron, United States, 28,800
13, 8, Katja Spillum Svendsen, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 62,600


14, 1, Nicholas Newport, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, 31,900
14, 2, Dominic Mahoney, United Kingdom, 96,000
14, 3, Josh Hart, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 109,800
14, 4, Gabriel Tuna, Romania, 98,800
14, 5, Dara Davey, Ireland, PokerStars Qualifier, 29,900
14, 6, Barry Curtis, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 146,100
14, 7, Willie Tann, United Kingdom, 31,800
14, 8, Fintan Gavin, Ireland, PokerStars Player, 70,500


15, 1, Antonis Poulengeris, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 77,000
15, 2, Paul Orritt, United Kingdom, 58,300
15, 3, Frank Longinotti, Canada, 49,300
15, 4, John Bousfield, United Kingdom, PokerStars Qualifier, 43,200
15, 5, Mickey Petersen, Denmark, Team PokerStars Online, 26,300
15, 6, Gregory Chambers, United Kingdom, PokerStars Player, 29,200
15, 7, Luca Pagano, Italy, Team PokerStars Pro, 66,400
15, 8, Christopher Glover, United Kingdom, 52,600

Nick Wright
@PokerStars in UKIPT