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Who won what, Wednesday 21st September - the full £5,000 Final Table Jackpot is won

Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459
edited September 23 in Poker Chat
Afternoon.

A little late today, so this will be a brief affair.

MTT numbers last night were broadly in line with the last 4 to 6 weeks. There was some decent football on TV last night, so I guess that's ok.

In sport, do we have any masochists here? I don't mean the sexual version, just people who enjoy bland, tedious stuff. If we do, they are in for a real treat tonight - the Ryder Cup Opening Ceremony. Both teams, accompanied by their wives, all of them in their silly little uniforms, even the wives & girlfriends dressed alike usually, and all the Vice-Captains - 5 (FIVE) of them in each team, all sat on stage like rows of dummies. Then there will be some dreadful music, a 17 minute rendition of God Bless America, 23 National Anthems, and endless speeches, all of them sycophantic - this is wonderful, that is wonderful, everything is wonderful. The Sky TV cameras will be everywhere, even the toilets probably, and the commentators will be oohing & aahing. For the rest of us though, some good news - the Ceremony only takes 13 hours.


Meanwhile, in football, & as flagged last week, Derby County have gone into Administration, & been given a points deduction, which means that after 8 games, they have MINUS 2 points.


£700 7 @ 7 £882

£1,000 BH £1,000

£5,000 Predator Main £5,310

£1,500 Mini £1,510

£1,000 Mega £1,200

£1,500 Sheriff £1,850

£1,500 Reload £1,680

£1,500 Turbo £1,620

£1,000 Quicky £1,220

£1,000 MidEx £1,040



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  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    7 at 7 Bounty Hunter (£882)


    Nice work by Kahuna96, winning 7 @ 7 for the 2nd time since June. Won Mini Hitman last month too.

    Good to see Boxster in 5th place, he's had a challenging time the last 18 months or so but it looks like he is turning the corner.




    @Kahuna96 252000 1 £123.26 + £83.78 Head Prizes 12

    @wothef 0 2 £75.19 + £25.08 Head Prizes 6

    @IMAF1SH 0 3 £46.30 + £16.66 Head Prizes 4

    @Broodbaby6 0 4 £37.26 + £5.57 Head Prizes 1

    @Boxster 0 5 £31.75 + £12.67 Head Prizes 3

    @llandody 0 6 £27.34 + £8.54 Head Prizes 3
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £1,000 Bounty Hunter (£1,000)


    kalin68 bounced back to form here. Has some solid results in the book, including several Main Event wins - Sharpshooter, Predator & Marksman.

    In 4th was StayOrGo somewhat surprisingly. He normally does his best work later in the evenings. Perhaps age is taking it's toll & he has to go to bed earlier these days, he's not a young man by any stretch.




    @kalin68 135000 1 £203.50 + £132.15 Head Prizes 7

    @camy72 0 2 £121 + £65.16 Head Prizes 7

    @Morey49 0 3 £82.50 + £11.25 Head Prizes 1

    @StayOrGo 0 4 £60.50 + £7.50 Head Prizes 1

    @aub 0 5 £44 + £16.88 Head Prizes 2

    @GFKIJKLL 0 6 £38.50 + £57.66 Head Prizes 6
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £5,000 Predator Bounty Hunter (£5,310)


    If you read the thread headline, you'll know that if roddy28 won the Main then he must be the Jackpot Bloke. No surprise really, in recent months he has won the Main twice (prior to last night), Summit, BWBH, Sheriff, Mini, even Reload. So last night was at least his third Main & 2nd Mini since around May of this year. And for good measure he was 2nd in last night's Sheriff too. If you add that lot up, & then add the £5,000 Jackpot bink, it comes to - well you work it out, but it's plenty. He's a decent sort & I'm delighted for him, he's a proper player & a proper bloke.




    @roddy28 885000 1 £730.12 + £304.23 Head Prizes 8

    @EBBERDON 0 2 £440.73 + £211.86 Head Prizes 9

    @THETANK 0 3 £270.81 + £65.39 Head Prizes 5

    @pokarito 0 4 £215.06 + £63.99 Head Prizes 4

    @SAXONTOM 0 5 £183.19 0

    @Rhi95 0 6 £153.99 + £113.38 Head Prizes 7
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £1,500 Mini Predator (£1,510)


    You already know who won this, & I've said more than enough nice things about him already. With the Main already in the bag, he had a raucous & good-natured rail in full voice urging him on, & so poor Taximan1 in 2nd must have thought everyone was anti-railing him, but hopefully he eventually sussed the coup.

    7 @ 7 winner kahuna96 was 4th, MattBates 5th, & even old HAYSIE got in on the act in 6th. HAYSIE is the sort of bloke who would have got stubborn with bottom pair & cost roddy the Jackpot, but it was not to be, thank goodness.




    @roddy28 604000 1 £196.30 + £72.56 Head Prizes 9

    @Taximan1 0 2 £113.25 + £16.38 Head Prizes 5

    @SzaryPolak 0 3 £68.70 + £20.23 Head Prizes 4

    @Kahuna96 0 4 £55.12 + £35.22 Head Prizes 12

    @MattBates 0 5 £46.81 + £11.30 Head Prizes 4

    @HAYSIE 0 6 £38.50 + £45.44 Head Prizes 13
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £1,000 Mega Stack B/Hunter (£1,200)


    Back to regular results now, the excitement is over.

    Super-Duper-Oli took Mega, with the Gordon Ramsay wannabe in 3rd & skyflyer in 6th.



    @Super_Oli 600000 1 £180 + £159.10 Head Prizes 8

    @nslater112 0 2 £120 + £61.17 Head Prizes 5

    @LmfaoAllin 0 3 £72 + £39.39 Head Prizes 4

    @Wiwiwi 0 4 £60 + £9.38 Head Prizes 1

    @mantas1984 0 5 £48 + £33.75 Head Prizes 4

    @skyflyer 0 6 £39 + £22.50 Head Prizes 3
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £1,500 Sheriff Bounty Hunter (£1,850)



    Sheriff fell to djsnorlax, who had a £7,000 win in an Easter UKOPS High Roller earlier this year.

    Jackpot Bosss roddy was 2nd, with BooBoo 3rd, ubeenpwned 4th & lolufold.

    Nobody else of interest made the FT.


    @djsnorlax 185000 1 £323.75 + £258.20 Head Prizes 6

    @roddy28 0 2 £203.50 + £173.43 Head Prizes 6

    @BooBooTheB 0 3 £138.75 + £76.17 Head Prizes 3

    @ubeenpwned 0 4 £101.75 + £60.94 Head Prizes 3

    @lolufold 0 5 £83.25 0

    @mattprawn 0 6 £74 + £18.75 Head Prizes 1
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £1,500 Reload Rebuy B/Hunter (£1,680)


    For the 2nd time this year, Reload went to wothef, he's also won a £1,000 BH. I'm sure everyone will be delighted for him.

    Runner-up was AKAscotty, with Uncle Ungo bringing up the rear like the back end of a pantomime horse in 6th.



    @wothef 1540000 1 £225.62 + £86.79 Head Prizes 9

    @AKAscotty 0 2 £134.65 + £36.67 Head Prizes 6

    @C13RTR 0 3 £80.30 + £27.82 Head Prizes 6

    @jjmaster 0 4 £63.17 + £31.75 Head Prizes 7

    @pubalot 0 5 £53.76 + £16.03 Head Prizes 6

    @loosecamel 0 6 £45.02 + £22.73 Head Prizes 5
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £1,500 Turbo Bounty Hunter (£1,620)


    Cassius123 showed he does not have feet of Clay by taking Turbo for the 2nd time in exactly 10 nights.

    Uncle Ungo & djsnorlax both made another final.




    @Cassius123 270000 1 £299.70 + £272.11 Head Prizes 10

    @longjob 0 2 £178.20 + £25.31 Head Prizes 2

    @BRUTAS 0 3 £121.50 + £82.96 Head Prizes 6

    @MrDooWop 0 4 £89.10 + £22.50 Head Prizes 2

    @loosecamel 0 5 £64.80 + £39.37 Head Prizes 3

    @djsnorlax 0 6 £56.70 + £33.05 Head Prizes 2
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £1,000 Quickdraw (£1,220)


    A second Featured MTT win of the month for riverdam, who already had a 7 @ 7 in his trophy cabinet.

    Plenty of multi-cashers last night, with BooBoo & Mega winner Super_Oli in 5th & 6th.


    @riverdam 182000 1 £252 + £255.33 Head Prizes 10

    @f3nix35 0 2 £158.40 + £43.71 Head Prizes 3

    @GFKIJKLL 0 3 £108 + £122.35 Head Prizes 6

    @nishg 0 4 £79.20 + £30 Head Prizes 3

    @BooBooTheB 0 5 £64.80 + £16.88 Head Prizes 1

    @Super_Oli 0 6 £57.60 + £45.01 Head Prizes 3
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    £1,000 Midnight Express B/Hunter (£1,040)


    On a night of exceptional performances, here's another as collin11 takes MidEx for the 2nd straight night. Or morning, if you prefer.

    Slimline Shrimpy had a reasonable night, 9th in the Mini & 2nd here, with SMARTGOAT in 5th & stirrer-supreme PKRPar in 6th.


    @collin11 156000 1 £192.40 + £150.12 Head Prizes 8

    @ZoltanK 0 2 £114.40 + £73.12 Head Prizes 6

    @Shrimpy28 0 3 £78 + £31.88 Head Prizes 4

    @Eddy7777 0 4 £57.20 + £28.60 Head Prizes 3

    @SMARTGOAT 0 5 £41.60 + £15 Head Prizes 2

    @PKRPar 0 6 £36.40 0
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    image


    No fluffy words needed.

    @roddy28

  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    In other news...

    In these threads we tend to focus on the big winners, & quite right too, and on a night like last night everything gets overshadowed by a FTJ winner.

    But without the losers & the micro-stakes guys there would be no big winners, the poker pyramid is based on little guys doing their conkers most nights.

    On the rare occasion they do have a decent night, it's good to give them their moment in the limelight, so a quick shoutout to @NOSTRI who won not one but TWO little MTT's last night. Took 12 Heads too, which is about a month's worth on his run-rate. Bravo NOSTRI.

    £1,000 Rebuy Bounty Hunter


    @NOSTRI 492000 1 £149.62 + £83.79 Head Prizes 7

    @DivsDreams 0 2 £96.08 + £57.95 Head Prizes 11

    @RODDERS45 0 3 £59.85 + £25.41 Head Prizes 4

    @annette 0 4 £48.56 + £14.06 Head Prizes 3

    @MCFCKEV29 0 5 £39.64 + £14.04 Head Prizes 1

    @Super_Oli 0 6 £33.08 0

    £500 BH


    @NOSTRI 108000 1 £99.90 + £62.33 Head Prizes 5

    @elcoe 0 2 £59.40 + £33.51 Head Prizes 7

    @bigfatfish 0 3 £40.50 + £27.65 Head Prizes 6

    @Bradstent 0 4 £29.70 + £28.37 Head Prizes 6

    @nslater112 0 5 £21.60 + £5.63 Head Prizes 1

    @Supernan 0 6 £18.90 + £3.75 Head Prizes 1
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459

    I wanted to somehow pay tribute to our FTJ winner Roddy, & the best I could come up with was something by Sir Rod Stewart.

    Here's one of his best ever. I've sat in many a Rod Stewart gig at The Empire Pool Wembley singing along to this, waving my Rod Stewart scarf & all sorts. Love him to bits. The last 2 minutes are so good I well up just watching it.



  • HUGHMANSHUGHMANS Member Posts: 28
    love your daily column and rest assured lots read it even if only a few respond, but sometimes your musical choices/comments are just plain wrong!
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459
    HUGHMANS said:

    love your daily column and rest assured lots read it even if only a few respond, but sometimes your musical choices/comments are just plain wrong!

    @HUGHMANS


    Huh? My music choices are inspired.

    PS - thank you.



  • lucy4lucy4 Member Posts: 3,875
    Tikay10 said:


    I wanted to somehow pay tribute to our FTJ winner Roddy, & the best I could come up with was something by Sir Rod Stewart.

    Here's one of his best ever. I've sat in many a Rod Stewart gig at The Empire Pool Wembley singing along to this, waving my Rod Stewart scarf & all sorts. Love him to bits. The last 2 minutes are so good I well up just watching it.



    This is a great version of the song, which I've never seen before. Amy Belle has got an amazing voice on this track and this was back in 2004, various versions have been viewed over 500 million times. I've watched it a few times since you posted it.
  • Tikay10Tikay10 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 104,459
    edited September 23
    ^^^^^^ See that @HUGHMANS ?


    @lucy4

    I honestly thought I'd seen every version of it but I spotted that this morning & its the first time I've ever seen it. And yes, it excellent.
  • HUGHMANSHUGHMANS Member Posts: 28
    dirge
  • HUGHMANSHUGHMANS Member Posts: 28
    oh and well done Roddy on FTJ. Thatll shut up a few doubters.
  • Jac35Jac35 Member Posts: 5,971
    ‘In sport, do we have any masochists here? I don't mean the sexual version, just people who enjoy bland, tedious stuff. If we do, they are in for a real treat tonight - the Ryder Cup Opening Ceremony. Both teams, accompanied by their wives, all of them in their silly little uniforms, even the wives & girlfriends dressed alike usually, and all the Vice-Captains - 5 (FIVE) of them in each team, all sat on stage like rows of dummies. Then there will be some dreadful music, a 17 minute rendition of God Bless America, 23 National Anthems, and endless speeches, all of them sycophantic - this is wonderful, that is wonderful, everything is wonderful. The Sky TV cameras will be everywhere, even the toilets probably, and the commentators will be oohing & aahing. For the rest of us though, some good news - the Ceremony only takes 13 hours.’

    Oh my goodness
    It’s abysmal

    Stricker is making Faldos speech look ok

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