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APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« on: October 27, 2019, 14:29:24 PM »


As we kick off our visit to Dublin we have 110 players sitting with a 40k stack on a 40 min clock, and we'll play 12 levels today for Day 1, with a dinner break after level 6, before retiring to come back for Day 2 tomorrow at 12:00 noon.

Venue Details

Address: The Bonnington Hotel, Swords Road, Whitehall, Dublin 9, D09 C7F8
Telephone: +353 1 837 3544

Sunday 27th October 2019

14:00 Irish Amateur Poker Championship Day 1, €100+€20, 40k stack, 40 min clock (late/re entry 9 levels)

Monday 28th October 2019

12:00 Irish Amateur Poker Championship Day 2

                                          
*2.5% is deducted from all buyins, with the remainder forming the prize fund.

The top individuals will receive the coveted National Championship Gold, Silver and Bronze medals.

As soon as a player takes their seat they receive their chip stack from the dealer.  Any player who fails to take their seat by the end of late registration will have their chip stack put into play at this time and reduced by the relevant blinds every orbit thereafter. 

         LEVEL      SMALL      BIG      ANTE         
                                    
   14:00      1      100      200               
   14:40      2      100      200      200         
   15:20      3      100      300      300         
   16:00                              20 min break   
   16:20      4      200      400      400         
   17:00      5      300      600      600         
   17:40      6      400      800      800         
   18:20                              60 min Dinner   
   19:20      7      500      1000      1000         
   20:00      8      600      1200      1200         
   20:40      9      800      1600      1600      Chip-up 100/500   
   21:20                              20 min break   
   21:40      10      1000      2000      2000      End of Late Reg at start of L10   
   22:20      11      1000      3000      3000         
   23:00      12      2000      4000      4000      End of Day 1 (23:40)   
                                    
   12:00      13      2000      5000      5000         
   12:40      14      3000      6000      6000         
   13:20      15      4000      8000      8000         
   14:00                              20 min break   
   14:20      16      5000      10000      10000         
   15:00      17      6000      12000      12000         
   15:40      18      8000      16000      16000      Chip-up 1000   
   16:20                              60 min Dinner   
   17:20      19      10000      20000      20000         
   18:00      20      15000      30000      30000         
   18:40      21      20000      40000      40000         
   19:20                              10 min break   
   19:30      22      30000      60000      60000         
   20:10      23      40000      80000      80000         
   20:50      24      60000      120000      120000         
   21:30                              10 min break   
   21:40      25      80000      160000      160000         
   22:20      26      100000      200000      200000         
   23:00      27      150000      300000      300000      (estimated completion)   
         28      200000      400000      400000         
         29      250000      500000      500000         
         30      300000      600000      600000         
« Last Edit: October 27, 2019, 16:05:34 PM by IrishTom »
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2019, 14:31:37 PM »
It's the first level and the average stack is still around the starting 40k.

The board is 2c Ad 10d 10h and Liam Pickering is facing an all in on the turn.

He makes it and asks his opponent if he has Aces as he turns Ah 10c

He is shown A s Ks and the 2d river sees Liam send a player to the rail and double up to over 80k.
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2019, 14:36:26 PM »
Nice to see a few familiar faces playing today's APAT event:

Ben Burnhill
Greame Maguire
Liam Pickering
Masod Prodhan
Gloria Sindall
Kev Smith
Mark Strathan
Rob Finn
Mick McClusky
Hitendra Patel
Graham Pound
Mark Smyth
John Murray
Dave Pilkington
« Last Edit: October 27, 2019, 15:26:08 PM by Luthee13 »
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #3 on: October 27, 2019, 15:55:43 PM »
We spot Rob Finn amongst the early entries - Rob being our 2018 Irish Champion (beating Nye Venables Heads Up), sitting here to the left of Mick McCluskey (who coincidentally finished runner-up in the 2018 IPO Dublin (have you seen Mick's Hendon Mob results? - HERE)






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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #4 on: October 27, 2019, 16:48:24 PM »
Mr Murray is in the house, and he has seen some action when I arrive at the table with the Board showing 8h 10h 7c 9c

John gets it all in and Heads Up he flips over 10c Jc for the straight, with a flush draw,and gut shot straight flush draw - opponent shows 9d Jh for the same straight - John misses his draws and they split the pot... he seems happy enough :) x


« Last Edit: October 27, 2019, 17:06:18 PM by IrishTom »
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2019, 17:17:04 PM »
John takes a new seat after his A s 9s loses to Ah 4h on a Board of Ks 4d Kc Qs 3h





« Last Edit: October 27, 2019, 17:24:57 PM by IrishTom »
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #6 on: October 27, 2019, 17:18:55 PM »
With blinds at 300/600/600, there is a raise to 2100 and 4 people call, including Ben Burnhill in the small blind.

They check the board all the way to showdown - 5h 7h A s 3s Ac

The big blind shows Qs 5s and wins the hand as the rest fold.
« Last Edit: October 27, 2019, 17:29:23 PM by IrishTom »
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #7 on: October 27, 2019, 17:27:49 PM »
Ben Burnhill ships his remaining 15k holding 7c 7d

He is called by Ad Jc

He doesn't survive the Js 3d 3c 5d 8h board.

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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #8 on: October 27, 2019, 17:42:27 PM »
Blinds are 300/600 and there is a raise to 1200 with 3 callers.

Liam Pickering is one of them.

They call check the 2h 10s Qs flop

Liam bets 1500 on the Qc turn and gets one call.

They both check the Ks river and quickly show cards.

Liam turns 5c 5s but taps the table and smiles when he sees 7c 7h

« Last Edit: October 27, 2019, 17:44:47 PM by IrishTom »
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #9 on: October 27, 2019, 18:17:30 PM »
Just before we reach the dinner break (60 mins) here in Dublin with 146 / 210 players - blinds 400 / 800 (800) and Mick McCluskey in mid position raises to 2,200 - gets 1 player pushing All In for less than another 1k for Mick, who is sitting comfortably with over 100k in chips (40k starting stack and average circa 57k) - Mick makes the call and shows his Ks Qs - opponent flips over A s Ah and takes the pot on a dry Board.



Players proceeding on a 60 min dinner break...
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #10 on: October 27, 2019, 19:04:32 PM »
John takes a new seat after his A s 9s loses to Ah 4h on a Board of Ks 4d Kc Qs 3h





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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #11 on: October 27, 2019, 21:01:42 PM »
Ben Burnhill is the action station of today!

He raises to 3.5k with blinds at 800/1600

He gets 2 callers and they see a flop of A s 7c Kc

Ben bets 5.5k and gets one call, one fold.

They both check the 7d turn and Ben bets 10k on the 3d river

He is called and Ben's Ad 10c wins the hand adding just over 21k to his stack.
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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #12 on: October 27, 2019, 21:15:04 PM »
Kevin Duffy stands up as he flips over his 9h 9s but is up against Js Jh

First card we see on the Flop is 9c and Kevin starts to sit down, only for the dealer to reveal the full Flop with Jd Qs - 6c 4d completes the Board and Kevin hits the rail




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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #13 on: October 27, 2019, 21:15:17 PM »
As I approach the table Liam Pickering is standing up.

The board is 8c 8h 3c Qs 6c

Liam holds 7c 7h but is up against Qd 8d which sends him to the rail, and we're down to 111 / 244 entries as play comes to the final break (20 mins) of the day... 3 more levels to be played after the break and we should be bagged and tagged before midnight then back tomorrow at noon for Day 2.

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Re: APAT Dublin Updates (2019, Oct 27/28)
« Reply #14 on: October 27, 2019, 21:56:55 PM »
So players are back after their final break of the day, and we have 109 players from 245 total entries remaining, with the event playing at the start of Level 10 (1,000/2,000/2000) with an average 99k stack / 50 BBs - 3 levels remain to be played tonight.
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