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June 2017 news
Summer 2017 Final ..... Sunday July 2
Sunday, July 2 is Phoenix Pub Poker’s 24th quarterly final. Held at the Avenue Bridge Club, the doors will open at 13:00hrs and registration closes at 13:30hrs. Entry will cost £10 stake plus £3 table fee. A slow blind progression will be applied so that you will have twice the time to wait for hands than our normal tournaments. Can your face join our montage of winners above?
Harry Mutter beats 23 players in first win
He did it! Harry Mutter bags a win, heads up against Tony Roberts. Twenty three players on June 12, so a tasty pot. In third was Adam Newman and fourth Kit Hinton. Unluckily on the bubble was Dan Papworth.
Harry's hit the money many times, but until now the win has been elusive. This takes him to the top of our Summer League table.
Also of note was Callum Scott's flopped quad aces.
Peter starts the Summer where Spring ended
A real sense of deja vu here for our winner and a rare as hen's teeth moment for our runner up. Peter The Coach Woodcock won the first game of the Summer Season against Barry Rebuy Freeman with Gordon Davey in third. Peter was a regaulr in the money last season but we have to go back nearly 12 months since Bazzer shared the spoils. The Vulture bubbled.
Kit nudges Harry off the top spot
Consistent performances from Kit and Harry in the early part of our Summer Season by top tabling in the first four tournaments has resulted in the pair getting a commanding lead. A win on June 26 for Kit Hinton meant he ousted Harry from the top spot.
Kit fought back from being a chip minnow in the last phases of Monday’s event to beat Matt Johnson in the heads up. In third was Barry Leadbetter.
Lee does one better than Meatloaf
After a few year’s absence from our poker tournaments, Lee Negus has made the occassional return to our tables three times on April 24, May 22 and June 19. He won them all! Three out of three ain’t bad!
Kit Hinton and Harry Mutter took the runner up prizes and an impressive fourth for the evening’s newcomer, Lorraine Roberts.