Monday, 7 March 2011
Dusk Till Dawn regular Simon Deadman has won the latest £300 DTD Deepstack, outlasting a 247-runner field to take home the first prize of almost £25,000.
Deadman has had a number of deep (excuse the pun) runs at Dusk Till Dawn, finishing 4th in the DTD Deepstack in June 2009 as well as making the money on a number of other occasions. He also went well in the £200,000 Guaranteed Monte Carlo event, making the final table for just over £6,000. Yesterday's win is easily the biggest of Deadman's poker career though.The final table positions and payouts were as follows:1 Simon Deadman £24,683.75 2 Adriano Luzzi £14,430.50 3 Thomas High £8,658.30 4 Tom Kugelstadt £6,076.00 5 Ray Ryder £4,557.00 6 Clark Brunton £3,417.75 7 Jason Herbert £2,658.25 8 Richard Whiteley £1,898.75 9 Troye Collins £1,519.00Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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