Monday, 15 October 2012
Tony 'Tikay' Kendall, Sarah Champion and the Sky Poker crew were at Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham over the weekend for the latest leg of the Sky Poker Tour.
A total of 199 players on hand for the £220 buy-in, six-max event with Alex Goulder taking the honours after two days of action. The winner agreed a chop with Nathan Farnaby which saw the former take £8,000 and the trophy with the latter taking £8,500.Goulder obviously enjoys playing at Dusk Till Dawn, having previously taken down the Nottingham club's Monte Carlo event for over £77,000 in November of last year.The final table positions and payouts were as follows:1 Alex Goulder £8,000.002 Nathan Farnaby £8,500.003 Michael Crossland £3,6204 Colin Goldsmith £2,5345 Robert Yong £1,9916 Ian Gascoigne £1,629The Sky Poker Tour heads to Luton for its final live event of 2012. The G Casino is the venue for a one-day, £110 buy-in full ring tournament on 8th December which will feature a prize pool if £20,000. Qualify online at SkyPoker.com.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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