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Today sees the final day of the Newcastle GUKPT main event.

Player - Chips

Tony Phillips - 316,500
Henning Granstad - 212,500
Steve Jelinek - 140,500
David Clark - 131,000
Colin Wu - 125,500
Finn Stewart - 123,500
Andreas Hoivold - 109,000
Laurence Houghton - 99,000
Peter Smithson - 94,500
Mohamed Muse - 88,000
Syed Zaidi - 71,500

I havent got any picks as I always - always bokk people when I pick them so all I will say is that I would love to see Steve Jelinek pick up this title, he's banged on that many doors that he is long overdue. Laurence Houghton is also vastly underrated and is well capable of finishing top 3. Good luck to everyone left.






Catch the live action here as it unfolds on The Nutz live tv feed.






It is also the first heat of the televised Party Poker womens open:

Heat 1 will be contested by

Seat 1 Annette Obrestad
Seat 2 Cecilia Sparke
Seat 3 Melanie Matthews
Seat 4 Melanie Bowden
Seat 5 Shana Casaletto
Seat 6 Chritiane Klecz

Melanie Matthews qualified down in Bridgnorth so fingers obviously crossed for her although she'll have her work cut out with Annette at the table. you can follow the live coverage on the follow feed: Party Poker womens open live feed.






Newcastle play the mighty Villa at Villa Park today so they are up against it from the off, I hope in a way that they avoid relegation as they are the better team of the ones facing relegation.






I will be trying to sat into tonights $250k on ipoker and chilling out in the back garden.


Edited at 14.20pm
SHANA CASALETTO (PICTURED) WINS THE FIRST HEAT OF THE PARTYPOKER.COM WOMEN'S WORLD OPEN III AND IS INTO WEDNESDAY EVENINGS FINAL, Melanie Bowden will have another crack in the runners-up heat on Wednesday morning...




Edited at 15.35pm
Women's World Open III - HEAT TWO

1 Aisling Collins
2 Jen Mason
3 Amy Trodd
4 India Storrar
5 Jennifer Tilly
6 Karen Frank

I think Jennifer could be the favourite in this heat.

Edited at 8.20pm
JEN MASON IS THROUGH TO THE FINAL AND AISLING COLLINS IS THROUGH TO THE RUNNERS UP HEAT.

Steve Jelinek was runner up to Tony Phillips in Newcastle.

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