Saturday, 15 May 2010
John bet 55K in SB, Aldridge jammed all in with AK just covering him and Burberry called (Blinds 6K - 12K, ante 1K).
A king on the flop pretty much sealed Burberry's fate but when no Q came on the turn and the river it was enough to send the man second in chips to a much earlier finish then anticipated. Mark Aldridge now has almost twice as many chips as any player in the tournament.Stuart Hilton is also out. Big stack Darren Oldaker bet 36K in the SB with A7 and short stacked Stuart pushed all in for 120K total. Darren called and the board came:9 A T K QMore than enough to add another head to the floor.That's it for now but I and my beautiful assisstant will be back shortly.Scalps on the way to the final table:23 Anthony Cartwright24 Rupinder Bedi25 Stuart Hilton26 Nishar Hassam27 John Burberry28 Stephen Holloway29 John Eames
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