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February 2018 news

It was a father and son heads up on February 12, with Milo getting the better of his dad Orlando after a lengthy final phase. Jonno Vulture Cook was third and Dennis Foster fourth. A rare top table appearance from Peter Burdett ended in fifth after playing his beloved QJ once too many times.

Teddy KGB is our Winter Season champion!

Rounders villain looky likey Dan Bruncak was the star of our Winter 2017/18 season, achieving top overall ranking, leading the Inbetweeners league, jointy winning the most tournaments and getting the best player rating (average points per game - excluding Joker and Bonus Points Weeks). Sandie Creasdee was our Shift Worker league winner, doing best on her first six games of the season, Jonno Cook  pipped Dennis Foster to the Grand Master trophy (Den having to withdraw from the last event of the season due to snow) and Milo Lopez was the top Young Pretender. A late flourish of kills in the final tournament gave Nick Jeffery the Assassin’s title, this was after Rob The Hitman Scott bossed the rankings for many weeks.

Bruncak hits big on his Joker week

He thought he was a gonnun to a straight when the 19 player tournament was down to four players and he was leaving the table, thanking the dealer, not ralising he’d hit trips. That was the come back that launched chip minnow Dan Bruncak into the night’s champion and also propelled him to a significant lead in the Winter 2017/18 league tables. In second was Nick Jeffery, third Marek Buch who tripled up early on with T4, busting two players, one having gone all in with pocket ac es, In fourth was Peter Burdett, his first ever tournament placing with us. On the bubble was Jamie Cleaver.

A Lopez first and second on February 12

He beat a field of 21 players AND folded at least one pair of hole cards containing an eight. Well done Barry Freedman/Barry Freeman. The heads up against Mr Luck Matt Jones lasted only one hand through the efficient dealing of Jonathan Cook AK/A6. In third was Norman Kwan and fourth Jane Davidson.


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