UKIPT5 Dublin Day 3: Level 23-27 updates (30,000 – 60,000, ante 10,000)

February 13, 2016

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5:20pm: Christophe Bouziane eliminated in 9th place (€13,160)
Level 27 – Blinds 30,000-60,000 (10,000 ante)
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Bouziane – ninth place
Well that didn’t take long…

Christophe Bouziane had fewer than five big blinds when the unofficial final table of nine began and it didn’t take long for him to find a spot to get them in. Unfortunately it didn’t work out for him.

Vladas Tamasauskas opened to 150,000, Bouziane shoved for 240,000, David Pollock smooth called and Tamasauskas then isolated by raising to 720,000. That forced Pollock out.

Tamasauskas: K♠10♠
Bouziane: K♦Q♣

The Frenchman was in good shape, but the 6♠K♥A♠7♥9♠ board favoured Tamasauskas as the Lithuanian rivered a flush to eliminate him.

The final table of eight is now set, it’ll play out on the TV table on Monday starting at 12.30pm. However as it’s a cards-up EPT Live broadcast our coverage will start at 1.30pm.

A full wrap of the days play will follow shortly. –NW

5:30pm: Unofficial final table of nine re-draw
Level 27 – Blinds 30,000-60,000 (10,000 ante)

The final nine are back in their seats and this is how they line-up:

Seat 1 Mark Reilly
Seat 2 David Pollock
Seat 3 Adalsteinn Karlsson
Seat 4 Jelcides Monteiro
Seat 5 Vladas Tamasauskas
Seat 6 Marc Foggin
Seat 7 Quentin Dellis
Seat 8 Christophe Bouziane
Seat 9 Samuel Vousden

5:20pm: Patrick Rooney eliminated in 10th place (€10,930)
Level 27 – Blinds 30,000-60,000 (10,000 ante)
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Rooney – tenth place
The unofficial final table of the UKIPT5 Dublin is set and Patrick Rooney is the man to miss out. After Quentin Dellis raised to 130,000, Rooney shoved for about 1,450,000 and Dellis snap called.

Dellis: Q♦Q♠
Rooney: 8♥8♣

The 4♣K♣Q♣ flop gave Dellis a set but Rooney had flush outs. He missed them on the A♥ turn and 4♥ river though. They’ll now be a short break whilst they redraw to the unofficial final table of nine. — NW

Quentin Dellis, 4,700,000
Patrick Rooney, 0

5:10pm: Jeffrey Sauren eliminated in 11th place (€10,930)
Level 27 – Blinds 30,000-60,000 (10,000 ante)

David Pollock is at the centre of the action here in Dublin as he just eliminated Jeffrey Sauren to reduce the field to the final ten.

Pollock opened to 200,000 on the button with 2♣2♠ and called off after Sauren shoved for 660,000 with A♦7♥. It was a race that the pair won as the board came 5♦9♠J♣3♠4♣ to eliminate Sauren in 11th place. –NW

David Pollock, 4,800,000
Jeffrey Sauren, 0

5pm: Pollock makes a royal, then doubles Rooney
Level 27 – Blinds 30,000-60,000 (10,000 ante)

Chip leader David Pollock hit a royal then doubled up Patrick Rooney soon after.

Polllock opened to 150,000 from the hijack and Adalsteinn Karlsson defended his big blind. The flop came K♥J♥8♣ and Karlsson led for 225,000. Pollock called and then bet 250,000 on the Q♥ turn when Karlsson checked to him. Pollock cursed when he saw his opponent fold and showed the table his A♥10♥ for a royal flush!

Rooney was down to 820,000 when he moved all in from under the gun. Pollock was in the big blind and made the call.

Rooney: K♥J♦
Pollock: A♦7♦

Rooney needed help and he got more than he needed as the board ran K♦J♣3♦J♥K♣. –MC

4:50pm: Chip counts
Level 27 – Blinds 30,000-60,000 (10,000 ante)

Just eleven players remain in the hunt for the UKIPT Dublin title and the first prize of €176,900. David Pollock still leads, his stack of 5,500,000 is someway clear of the chasing pack.

Name Country Status Chips
David Pollock Ireland PokerStars qualifier 5,500,000
Quentin Dellis Belgium 3,965,000
Adalsteinn Karlsson Iceland PokerStars player 3,445,000
Vladas Tamasauskas Lithuania PokerStars player 3,400,000
Samuel Vousden Finland PokerStars player 2,700,000
Marc Foggin UK 2,500,000
Jelcides Monteiro Luxembourg 1,300,000
Mark Reilly Ireland 900,000
Patrick Rooney Ireland 825,000
Jeffrey Sauren Belgium PokerStars qualifier 735,000
Christophe Bouziane France 500,000

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Quentin Dellis
4:30pm: Break time
Level 26 – Blinds 25,000-50,000 (5,000 ante)
The final 11 players are on a 20-minute break.

4:25pm: Shorties trying to survive
Level 26 – Blinds 25,000-50,000 (5,000 ante)

There are many really short stacks at the moment, Jeffrey Sauren (645,000) and Christophe Bouziane (550,000) are probably the shortest stacks at their respective tables. — NW

4:20pm: Mahmood Rasheed eliminated in 12th place (€ 9,790)
Level 26 – Blinds 25,000-50,000 (5,000 ante)

“Good call,” said Mark Reilly to Marc Foggin after that latter had eliminated Mahmood Rasheed in twelfth place.

The hand started with Foggin raising to 110,000 from the cut-off, Rasheed then shoved from the small blind for 1,045,000 and Foggin went into the tank. He cut out the calling chips required (he had about 1.4M total back), thought for a bit and then made the call.

Rasheed: A♠6♦
Foggin: A♦J♦

The 8♠2♣2♦3♠J♣ board only improved Foggin and means we’re down to 11 players. “Tough to fold ace-jack blue,” said Foggin to Reilly after the hand. –NW

Marc Foggin, 3,500,000
Mahmood Rasheed, 0

4:10pm: Stefan Schillhabel eliminated in 13th place (€9,790)
Level 26 – Blinds 25,000-50,000 (5,000 ante)

Both Day 1 chip leaders have now departed with Stefan Schillhabel’s exit. He doubled up Mark Reilly and then busted to him a short while after.

Reilly moved all in for 135,000 and Schillhabel did likewise for 240,000 to get it heads up. Schillhabel opened Q♠Q♦ but couldn’t hold against Reilly’s A♣10♣ on an A♠10♠8♣8♦8♠ board.

Schillhabel managed to double up before he tangled with Reilly once more.
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Schillhabel – 13th place
Reilly opened to 110,000 from under the gun before Schillhabel moved all in for 210,00 from the cutoff. All others folded and Reilly opened A♦J♦ after calling, and held versus Schillhabel’s A♠4♠ on a 8♥2♠10♦Q♦2♥ board. –MC

3:45pm: Vladimir Velikov eliminated in 14th place (€8,810)
Level 26 – Blinds 25,000-50,000 (5,000 ante)

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Velikov – 14th place
Day 1A chip leader Vladimir Velikov couldn’t turn his fortunes around fully and busted in fourteenth place.

He was down to 340,000 when he moved all in from the small blind. Vladas Tamasauskas was in the big blind and made the call.

Velikov: 8♦8♣
Tamasauskas: K♥2♠

The board ran out K♦4♠5♠9♣9♦ to make Tamasauskas two pair. — MC

3:25pm: Velikov spikes the river to survive
Level 25 – Blinds 20,000-40,000 (5,000 ante)

Samuel Vousden opened to 90,000 from middle position, Vladimir Velikov then moved all-in for 165,000 and Mark Reilly then re-raised all in for 450,000 total. Vousden left them to it.

Reilly: A♠Q♠
Velikov: A♥7♣

It looked bleak for the Bulgarian but the 4♣10♠6♣2♣7♦ board gave the Day 1A chip leader a reprieve. –NW

Marc Reilly, 450,000
Vladimir Velikov, 360,000

3:20pm: Paul Michaelis eliminated in 15th place (€ 8,810)
Level 25 – Blinds 20,000-40,000 (5,000 ante)

We’re down to 14 as Paul Michaelis just got unlucky to bust. He re-raised all-in with A♣10♣ for 330,000 total and Jeffrey Sauren – who had already put 100,000 into the pot – called off the extra with Q♣10♥.

Michaelis had a dominating hand but it didn’t stay that way as the 8♦10♦5♥Q♦7♠ board sent him to the rail. –NW

Jeffrey Sauren, 1,900,000
Paul Michaelis, 0

3:15pm: Doubles for Monteiro and Dellis
Level 25 – Blinds 20,000-40,000 (5,000 ante)

Jelcides Monteiro was down to just 330,000 an he three-bet all in with K♣9♣ over the top of Adalsteinn Karlsson’s open of 105,000. When it folded back to the chip leader he put in the extra and showed J♣9♦.

A K♦A♣4♥5♥9♠ board kept Montiero in front and he doubled his short stack.

A few hands later Quentin Dellis opened to 80,000 and David Pollock simply open shoved for 5,500,000. It was actually an effective shove of 1,500,000 and when it folded back to Dellis he started talking to Pollock. “I don’t think I can fold, do you have ace-king or a mid-pair?”

About ten seconds later Dellis did call and he was all in for 1,130,000.

Dellis: J♦J♠
Pollock: A♦K♦

It was a good read by Dellis and a good board for the Belgian as it ran Q♦4♣Q♠3♥8♠ to keep him in front. –NW

Adalsteinn Karlsson, 5,000,000
David Pollock, 3,800,000
Quentin Dellis, 2,300,000
Jelcides Monteiro, 700,000

3:10pm: Adam Owen eliminated in 16th place (€7,840)
Level 25 – Blinds 20,000-40,000 (5,000 ante)
Adam Owen looked understandably shocked after he lost his entire stack over the course of two hands.

First up, he raised from second position and was called by David Pollock and Jeffrey Sauren in the blinds. The flop fanned 2♥5♦9♠ and Owen continued for 120,000 before Pollock check-raised to 250,000. Sauren folded but Owen called to the 5♥ turn where Pollock immediately set Owen all in for his remaining 2.6 million. The Brit tank folded.

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Owen saw the cruel side of poker today
Two hands later, Adalsteinn Karlsson raised from second position and Owen peeled from the big blind to see a A♦5♠4♠ flopp come down. Karlsson continued and saw Owen check-raise to 475,000. The Icelander then wasted little time in shoving for 2,633,000! Owen stood out of his chair and said he couldn’t fold and called all in for a couple of hundred thousand less.

Owen: A♥4♣ for two pair
Karlsson: A♣K♣ for top pair, top kicker

The turn came as the K♦ to see Karlsson retake the lead with a higher two pair, and Owen was sent to the rail after the board completed with the 8♦.

Adalsteinn Karlsson, 5,350,000
David Pollock, 4,750,000
Adam Owen, 0

2:45pm: Final two tables
Level 25 – Blinds 20,000-40,000 (5,000 ante)

Below is how the final two tables line-up:

Table Seat Name
1 1 David Pollock
1 2 Jeffrey Sauren
1 3 Paul Michaelis
1 4 Adam Owen
1 5 Christophe Bouziane
1 6 Adalsteinn Karlsson
1 7 Jelcides Monteiro
1 8 Quentin Dellis
2 1 Mahmood Rasheed
2 2 Stefan Schillhabel
2 3 Patrick Rooney
2 4 Samuel Vousden
2 5 Vladas Tamasauskas
2 6 Vladimir Velikov
2 7 Marc Foggin
2 8 Mark Reilly

2:40pm: Jeffrey Brouwer eliminated in 17th place (€7,840)
Level 25 – Blinds 20,000-40,000 (5,000 ante)

Big hands, big pot and an even bigger chip lead for David Pollock as he just eliminated JeffreyBrouwer in 17th place.

The Dutchman three-bet shoved with A♣K♠ and Pollock called with 10♥10♦. The 10♣Q♦8♥8♠2♠ board gave Pollock a full-house to eliminate Brouwer.

There will now be a short delay whilst the tournament staff do a complete re-draw of the final 16 players. — NW

David Pollock, 4,400,000
Jeffrey Brouwer, 0

2:30pm: Bouziane doubles
Level 25 – Blinds 20,000-40,000 (5,000 ante)

Christophe Bouziane is up to one million after doubling through Jelcides Monteiro. The latter opened to 90,000 and then called when Bouziane shoved for 475,000 with 10♥10♦.

It was a race as Monteiro had A♦J♥, but the pair stayed strong on the K♥9♣6♦9♦2♥ board. –NW

2:22pm: Level 25 underway
Level 25 – Blinds 20,000-40,000 (5,000 ante)

Players are back in their seats, and below is how they stack up. –MC

Name Country Status Chips
David Pollock Ireland PokerStars qualifier 3,600,000
Adam Owen UK PokerStars qualifier 2,430,000
Adalsteinn Karlsson Iceland PokerStars player 2,400,000
Marc Foggin UK 2,000,000
Jelcides Monteiro Luxembourg 1,830,000
Patrick Rooney Ireland 1,550,000
Jeffrey Sauren Belgium PokerStars qualifier 1,530,000
Quentin Dellis Belgium 1,465,000
Jeffrey Brouwer Netherlands PokerStars player 1,310,000
Samuel Vousden Finland PokerStars player 1,190,000
Mark Reilly Ireland 1,075,000
Vladimir Velikov Bulgaria 900,000
Mahmood Rasheed Ireland PokerStars qualifier 900,000
Vladas Tamasauskas Lithuania PokerStars player 900,000
Stefan Schillhabel Germany PokerStars player 800,000
Christophe Bouziane France 450,000
Paul Michaelis Germany PokerStars player 400,000

2:04pm: Double up for Stefan
Level 24 – Blinds 15,000-30,000 (4,000 ante)

Just before the break Stefan Schillhabel doubled up through Samuel Vousden. The latter opened to 75,000 and then called when Schillhabel shoved for 375,000 total.

Vousden: 6♦6♥
Schillhablel: A♦9♠

The Q♣Q♥2♠ flop changed nothing, but the 9♠ turn card gave the German the lead, which he held onto on the 5♦ river.

Amazingly both Day 1 chip leaders are still in, Vladimir Velikov was chip leader after Day 1A. — NW

Stefan Schillhabel, 800,000
Samuel Vousden, 1,025,000

2pm: Break time
Level 24 – Blinds 15,000-30,000 (4,000 ante)
The players are on their first 20-minute break of the day. — MC

1:55pm: Jose Ortiz eliminated in 18th place (€6,870)
Level 24 – Blinds 15,000-30,000 (4,000 ante)
Jose Ortiz was the latest player to fall into the trap of the unstoppable David Pollock, busting in 18th place.

The action was three-way a turn with a board reading 5♠J♣6♥5♥ and the action checked around to Pollock on the button. He bet 100,000 and then snap called after Ortiz moved all in for 517,000 from the small blind (the big blind folded).

Ortiz: J♦7♣ for top pair.
Pollock: A♠5♣ for trips.

The board completed with the 7♠ and Pollock moved up to around 3.75 million chips. — MC

1:40pm: Chip leaders
Level 24 – Blinds 15,000-30,000 (4,000 ante)

After 100 minutes of Day 3 play it’s David Pollock (3,200,000) who leads. With 2,600,000 and 2,500,000 respectively Adam Owen and Adalsteinn Karlsson are his nearest challengers. –NW


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1:30pm: Jean Dufau eliminated in 19th place (€6,870)
Level 24 – Blinds 15,000-30,000 (4,000 ante)

It was a case of a high followed by a massive low for Jean Dufau as he doubled up and then bust out on the very next hand.

First his double, Jelcides Monteiro raised to 70,000 on the button with Q♣9♦ and called when Dufau shoved from the big blind for 256,000 with A♦Q♥. A 2♣3♥8♠4♥J♣ board kept the dominating hand in front. So far, so good for Dufau.

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Up then down for Dufau
However, on the very next hand Quentin Dellis raised to 60,000, Mark Reilly smooth called and Dufau then moved in for 547,000. Dellis took his time and called, Reilly immediately folded.

“I wasn’t slow rolling you,” said Dellis as he showed K♠K♥, “I wanted him (Reilly) to call too.” Dufau had A♥Q♣ and didn’t find an ace from space on the 5♦4♦2♠9♥2♥ run out. –NW

Quentin Dellis, 1,800,000
Jelcides Monteiro, 1,500,000
Jean Dufau, 0

1:20pm: Thomas Finneran eliminated in 20th place (€6,870)
Level 24 – Blinds 15,000-30,000 (4,000 ante)

There will be a brand new UKIPT champion crowned here in Dublin after the exit of the only champion remaining, Thomas Finneran.

He moved all in once and got no callers, then he moved in the very next hand – for around 490,000 – and was called by Mark Reilly in position.

Finneran: 7♠7♦
Reilly: A♦Q♣

The board ran 2♥10♣A♠10♥3♠ to pair Reilly’s ace. Finneran had a reflective looking smile on his face as he was led away to the payout desk. Reilly moved up to jut under 1.7million. — MC

1pm: Samuel Panzica eliminated in 21st place (€ 5,900)
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

Samuel Panzica was short and had to find a spot to get his chips in. He found that spot but his timing was off and he busted.

The action folded around to him in the small blind and he moved all in for 238,000. Mahmood Rasheed was in the big blind and made the call.

Panzica: 10♥5♣
Rasheed: A♥8♠

The board ran 2♥6♥J♥8♣2♦ to seal Panzica’s exit. –MC

12:45pm: Reilly doubles through Rooney
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

There was already a pot brewing by the time Patrick Rooney and Mark Reilly reached the turn of a 2♥10♦J♣2♣ board. Rooney bet 225,000 and was priced in to call when Reilly shoved for 355,000 in total. The at risk player was ahead with A♣J♠ and Rooney’s 10♣7♦ didn’t spike on the J♥ river. –NW

Patrick Rooney, 1,400,000
Mark Reilly, 1,000,000

12:45pm: Thomas Bolvin eliminated in 22nd place (€5,900)
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

Another exit at table three!

Thomas Bolvin shoved from the button for 308,000 with A♣4♦ and Samuel Vousden called from the big blind with K♣J♦. The 10♦Q♠8♣K♠7♠ board meant Vousden outdrew the Belgian. He’s now the chip leader with around 2,500,000. –NW

Samuel Vousden, 2,500,000
Thomas Bolvin, 0

12:35pm: Benjamin Saada eliminated in 23rd place (€5,900)
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

Table three is where all the action is today and if proof was needed that poker is a sick game just ask Benjamin Saada. He started the day with almost 1,400,000 but lost that all to David Pollock in back to back hands where he got it in as a big favourite on both occasions.

In the first hand Pollock raised to 60,000 from the hijack, Saada three-bet from the small blind, Pollock shoved for 478,000 and Saada snap called.

Pollock: A♠4♠
Saada: 9♦9♥

The 3♠5♦7♠A♦Q♦ board only got better for Pollock and he climbed to about 1,000,000 whilst Saada was left with around 900,000. That would prove crucial on the next hand. Pollock raised and Saada smooth called on the button.

On the 5♦6♣4♣ flop they got all the chips in the middle, Pollock with J♠J♦ for the overpair and Saada with 6♥6♦ for top set. The J♣ turn though meant Pollock hit his two outer and Saada’s one outer didn’t appear on the river.

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Sad end for Saada
The Frenchman took the back to back beats incredibly well and wished the table good luck as he left. As a result of the early eliminations at table three both Adam Owen and Jeffrey Brouwer have been moved to that table. –NW

David Pollock, 1,950,000
Benjamin Saada, 0

12:35pm: Don’t let the Six Nations stop you playing
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If you were thinking of missing out on the UKIPT High Roller (which has 220 entrants already), or any other tournament taking place today, because you don’t want to miss any of the Six Nations Rugby matches, then don’t fear, as help is at hand. PokerStars will be showing the games on screens scattered around the tournament room!

12:35pm: Benjamin Saada eliminated in 23rd place (€5,900)
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

Table three is where all the action is today and if proof was needed that poker is a sick game just ask Benjamin Saada. He started the day with almost 1,400,000 but lost that all to David Poollock in back to back hands where he got it in as a big favourite on both occasions.

In the first hand Pollock raised to 60,000 from the hijack, Saada three-bet from the small blind, Pollock shoved for 478,000 and Saada snap called.

Pollock: A♠4♠
Saada: 9♦9♥

The 3♠5♦7♠A♦Q♦ board only got better for Pollock and he climbed to about 1,000,000 whilst Saada was left with around 900,000. That would prove crucial on the next hand. Pollock raised and Saada smooth called on the button.

On the 5♦6♣4♣ flop they got all the chips in the middle, Pollock with J♠J♦ for the overpair and Saada with 6♥6♦ for top set. The J♣ turn though meant Pollock hit his two outer and Saada’s one outer didn’t appear on the river.

The Frenchman took the back to back beats incredibly well and wished the table good luck as he left. As a result of the early eliminations at table three both Adam Owen and Jeffrey Brouwer have been moved to that table. –NW

David Pollock, 1,950,000
Benjamin Saada, 0

12:25pm: James Akenhead eliminated in 24th place (€ 4,950)
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

James Akenhead’s day hasn’t lasted as long he would’ve hoped, and it was a cooler that cost him.

Samuel Vousden raised from the cutoff and then snap called after Akenhead moved all in for around 450,000 from the button.

Akenhead: J♠J♥
Vousden: K♠K♦

“Wow. Sick!” commented Akenhead before the board came 3♣8♠A♣2♣2♥.
— MC

Samuel Vousden, 2,200,000
James Akenhead, 0

12:10pm: Double for Rasheed on the first hand
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

On the very first hand of play Mahmood Rasheed moved all in for 329,000 and Adalsteinn Karlsson called from the small blind.

It was a race as Rasheed held A♠J♥ and needed to get there against Karlsson’s pocket sixes. The K♠K♣9♥2♦J♦ board made him wait to the very last card and he couldn’t contain his excitement, as he did a mini-celebration at doubling up. –NW

Mahmood Rasheed, 700,000
Adalsteinn Karlsson, 690,000

12pm: Shuffle up and deal!
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

Cards are in the air for the penultimate day of action. — MC

11:40am: Welcome back to Dublin
Level 23 – Blinds 12,000-24,000 (3,000 ante)

Day 3 of the UKIPT Main Event kicks off in around 20 minutes time and there is a simple task in front of everyone today: make three become one. A total of 24 players made it through Day 2 and they will be spread (see below) over three tables today. As soon as one table remains, play will stop for the day and the finalists will come back and play out the final on Monday, which is to be streamed on EPTLive.com.

Young British pro Adam Owen leads the way on 2,171,000 but he’s being chased by a talented pack including online star Samuel Vousden, former November Niner James Akenhead and UKIPT Cork champion Thomas Finneran – the only previous champion still in. — MC

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The man to catch

Table Seat Name Chip Count
1 1 Adam Owen 2,171,000
1 2 Vladimir Velikov 1,387,000
1 3 Adalsteinn Karlsson 1,010,000
1 4 Vladas Tamasauskas 1,190,000
1 5 Samuel Panzica 687,000
1 6 Mahmood Rasheed 332,000
1 7 Paul Michaelis 1,203,000
1 8 Marc Foggin 1,870,000
2 1 Thomas Finneran 935,000
2 2 Jelcides Monteiro 861,000
2 3 Mark Reilly 575,000
2 4 Jean Dufau 1,218,000
2 5 Jeffrey Brouwer 1,203,000
2 6 Patrick Rooney 1,776,000
2 7 Christophe Bouziane 573,000
2 8 Quentin Dellis 635,000
3 1 David Pollock 692,000
3 2 Jose Ortiz 1,384,000
3 3 Stefan Schillhabel 276,000
3 4 Benjamin Saada 1,373,000
3 5 Thomas Boivin 336,000
3 6 Jeffrey Sauren 941,000
3 7 Samuel Vousden 1,608,000
3 8 James Akenhead 579,000

PokerStars Blog Reporting Team at UKIPT5 Dublin: Marc Convey and Nick Wright. Photos by Mickey May. Follow the PokerStars Blog on Twitter: @PokerStarsBlog

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