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The National Final

What a great day on Sunday, thanks to all who were involved from Redtooth Staff, Dusk Till Dawn and mostly the players, well done! Here’s a slideshow from the day covering the start, some of the tournament play, the top 20 money winners and the final table and presentations.

Congratulations to Daniel!

Daniel Blackburn is our new UK Pub Poker Champion! – After a 12 hour tournament he took the title with a pair of queens and 4,000 more chips than second place finisher Rick Makin. Pretty close with 1.9 million chips in play! Here’s a slideshow from the day covering the start, some of the tournament […]

Final Three!

3 players left – we’ve lost in 5th place David Ferguson and in 4th place Vincent Cook.

Final Table Run Down…

Final Table: 1. Johnny Crangle 2. Andrew Sheardown 3. Vincent Cook 4. Richard Makin 5. Lee Reynolds 6. David Ferguson 7. Darren Eastlake 8. Daniel Blackburn 9. Thomas Rimmer

Final Table Time – 9 players remain!

We are about to start the final table, with the final nine players ready for the last stage of the competition.

62 left battling it out.

Currently 62 players remain in the battle to become the UK Pub Poker Champion here at Dusk Till Dawn.

274 Players Remaining

Today’s tournament is now down to 274 players from the 384 that started.

384th Place and his wooden spoon!

Oh No! – Dean Wilson poses with his wooden spoon after crashing out first from the tournament… 384th. Doh.

It’s Here!

The National Final is about to start here at Dusk Till Dawn. Players have registered and are still checking into the tournament, breakfast is being served and Jessica Jane Clement and Teddy Sheringham are having their photos taken with guests. We’ll be updating the blog and facebook page throughout the day so make sure you […]

Breakfast is Looking Good…

Breakfast is looking good! – With over 1400 eggs, 1500 sausages, 1400 rashers of bacon, 120 kilos of beans, 120 kilos of tomatoes, 15 trays of mushrooms and 70 loaves of bread it should be a good one!