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1st Fox (Sarah)
2nd DOG (Carol)
3rd Fingers (Ot)
4th Professor (Ben)
5th Real Deal (Dan)
Prize fund: £5.00 each - total first prize £25.00
Game Length: 23.00pm - 02.00pm 3 hours 00 mins
Rules: Texas Hold'em - antes double 40 mins
Venue: Fingers Card Shack
The new chips have arrived and Fingers is relieved to find out that he isn't the only one to fall in love. The Poker Jokers swoon at the sweetness of the new chip set and can't resist a game.
The Fox (pink) wins again to make it two in a row. She must surely be a favourite for the ranking game in a fortnight. Displays new back bone to call every Fingers bluff and reraise the DOG in the final stages. This new strength has transformed her game, with the Fox playing far more hands and no longer limping into hands. If you want to take on the Fox now, you better have the stomach for a fight.
The DOG (purple) plays it slow, grinding in the early stages. Her purple headed warrier chip stack rarely leaving her sight. Makes it to the head to head yet again (frightening consistency) but can't scare the Fox. Tries to win the blinds with some dodgy reraising and is found out.
Five Fingers (blue) builds up a large chip lead in the early stages with some good fortune and kamikaze attitude. So much for being on the poker wagon, Adnams is his friend tonight. Takes out the Real Deal with a pair of fours playing A Q suited before the flop. Trips sends the Real Deal to poker coventry. Loses to the Fox after treating her with too little respect and trying to bully her from the table. A bully never likes to be stood up to.
The Professor (yellow) plays too many hands again and luck is not on his side. Loses alot of chips early and reverts to bluff and bluster. A dangerous strategy on a table with over 2000 combined poker hours. The large chip stacks call frequently and eventually the poor old Professor is left counting missed opportunities.
The Real Deal (red) is victim of bad luck and too much bravado. In the early stages he bets big and often pre-flop and leaves too much to the poker gods. More patience needed, it's a marathon not a sprint. Does a sturdy job of dealing... practice makes perfect!