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Dec 03 2018

BCPC 10th Anniversary Deepstack 23rd and 24th November 2018

The two day extravaganza took place at the New Talbot over the 23rd and 24th November at the New Talbot, West Bromwich as a celebration for the BCPC forming a whopping 10 years ago, wow!  The buy in was set at £55 with re-entry at £50

 

Day 1a would see a prizepool collection of £950 and chip counts of the lucky 7 to make it through to day 2 were as follows:

(Average 68k)

Jack Hipkiss: 129,800

Tony Trippier: 81,200

Nye Venable: 78,500

Tod Wood: 77,500

Gaz Howard: 48,300

Charles Mason: 35,900

Richard Davis: 23,800

 

Day 1b prizeool collection of £1250.  Total prizepool of £2200

Started with 15 entries at 12:00, but come the end it had risen to 18 players.  9 players made it through to Day 2 from day 1b and they were as follows:

 

Steve Redfern: 128,400

Adelaide Bull: 119,800

Paul Pitchford: 117,100

Sean Priest: 91,900

Chris Sieder: 84.500

Adam Phelan: 27,500

Stuart Slater: 19,800

Brian Yates: 18,300

Liam Pickering 17,800

 

Day 2 was to kick off shortly after at 19:30 following on from a quick break and the amalgamated players from day 1 and 2 would look a little something like this.

 

Jack Hipkiss: 129,800

Steve Redfern: 128,400

Adelaide Bull: 119,800

Paul Pitchford: 117,100

Sean Priest: 91,900

Chris Sieder: 84.500

Tony Trippier: 81,200

Nye Venable: 78,500

Tod Wood: 77,500

Gaz Howard: 48,300

Charles Mason: 35,900

Adam Phelan: 27,500

Richard Davis: 23,800

Stuart Slater: 19,800

Brian Yates: 18,300

Liam Pickering 17,800

 

Final Table sees the last 9 players and an average stack of 122k

Sean Priest: 259k

Jack Hipkiss: 167k

Nye Venables: 140k

Charles Mason: 140k

Tony Trippier: 125k

Steve Redfern: 83k

Steve Healey: 69k

Paul Pitchford: 61k

 

The payouts for the game would look a little something like this….

1st:  £850

2nd: £550

3rd: £350

4th: £250

5th: £150

6th: 50

Hi Hand bonus of £140 for the AAA1010 was won by Paul Pitchford.  Very nice sir!

Exiting in 6th place would be Nye Venable, but not before a saver was made for £50.  Sean Priest would leave the fold in 5th place for £150 followed by Tony Trippier in 4th for £250.

The final 3 would be Steve Redfern, Paul Pitchford and our current BCPC player Adam Phelan.  It was Adam that would incidentally go on to finish 3rd picking up a cool £350.  Very nice and then there were two…

 

Heads up would see a couple of the final table shorties battling it out for 1st and 2nd after battling through the field.  Steve Redfern up against Paul Pitchford.

 

 

 

Battle would commence, but it would only last around 20 minutes before Paul was declared the 10th anniversary BCPC Deepstack champion netting himself a cool £850 to add to his £140 high hand winnings and Mr. Redfern would take home a princely £550!  Very well played to Paul and Steve and a great turnout and day that was enjoyed by all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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