on 19:22


TO MUCH TO LITTLE TO LATE

Well if you've been asleep all day let me be the first to tell you that the bank of England have dropped the interest rates by a staggering 1.5%, so whats took them so long? and why now?.
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My scepticism aside and if the mortgage companies pass the saving back to us then it might allow for a turkey this year instead of the pigeon that was on the cards.
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The 888.com Poker Open V is now drawing to a close and all the semi finals have now been played with the final taking place tomorrow. the final now looks like this after the 3 semi's finished.
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Prize structure for the semi's is the first two go through to the final and are guaranteed $20k apiece.... third gets $15k, fourth $12k, fifth $10k, sixth $8k, seventh $6k...
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Semi Final One
1 Richard Berridge ($12k)
2 Miguel Guijarro ($10k)
3 James Akenhead (FINAL)
4 Craig Young (FINAL) (On-line qualifier)
5 Marc Goodwin ($15)
6 Rudolfo Ploeger ($8k)
7 Gez Bailey ($6k)
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Semi Final Two
1) James Dempsey ($15k)
2) Ian Frazer ($12k)
3) Richard Wheatley (FINAL)
4) Josh Tyler ($10k)
5) Andrew Feldman ($6k) (last years winner)
6) Paul Zimbler (FINAL)
7) Andy Ward ($8k)
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Semi Final Three
1) Mike Partridge (FINAL)
2) Max Winberg ($12k)
3) Michael Keiner (FINAL)
4) Bart Westeijn ($15k)
5) Larry Papadinis ($6k)
6) Achilleas Kallakis ($10k)
7) Tony G ($8k)
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FINAL TABLE MONEY

Tournament Winner: $250,000
Tournament Runner Up: $100,000
Third Place: $ 60,000
Fourth Place: $40,000
Fifth Place: $25,000
Sixth Place: $20,000

Action begins at 12 noon and you can catch the action live on the blog at Matchroom Sports


I(CFVA) play the $8.5k DS freeze out at midnight $30 with 276 runners I have a 3/1 chip lead heads up when the following hand happens, 12 hands later they give him pocket aces and I finish 2nd for $1300 being $1k less than the winner..






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