Saturday, 17 July 2010
Cards in the air, Dealers Shuffle and deal.
A sunny day here in Brighton as we kick off day 2 of the UKIPT.104 player are back to battle for the first prize of £65,400.Day 2 looks to be tough a field with such players as TeamPokerStars Pro Vicky Coren, Liam Flood, EPT Deauville winner Jake Cody andIrish Open winner Neil Channing still in..players who have already made a final table in the first season of the UKIPT are Oliver Schaffmann, Owen Robinson,Christopher Brammer, Marius Lietuvninkas, Ben Crellin, and Joe Grech were all in attendance, as well as UKIPT Nottingham winner Andrew Couldridge and UKIPT Leaderboard leader Mike Hill all fighting to made another final table. Play has starting, we will let bring you the action thick and fast.
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