Davenport Among Chip Leaders After GUKPT Coventry Major Tournament Day 1a

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The predominant flight of the GUKPT Coventry Major Tournament is in the books with 26 avid gamers advancing from a self-discipline of precisely 100. Hundreds of avid gamers took it upon themselves to leap straight in at the first opportunity, including Grosvenor Poker Team Authentic Jamie Nixon.

Sadly for Nixon, he was once eliminated before the cease of play but would possibly per chance seemingly have gigantic opportunity to real his space in Day 2 with two extra flights on Friday, March 4 right here at the Grosvenor Casino Coventry.

The chip chief is Mitchell Hynam who bagged 169,700 before nameless player “G D” with 154,100. Matthew Davenport sits in third in chips and is the totally other player above 150,000, after bagging 152,600. Other avid gamers who bagged above 100,000 chips consist of Lee French (141,000), Dawid Chmiel (120,500) and Leon Campbell (108,000).

GUKPT Coventry Major Tournament Day 1a High 10 Chip Counts

Unsuitable Player Country Chip Count
1 Mitchell Hynam United Kingdom 169,700
2 G D NA 154,100
3 Matthew Davenport United Kingdom 152,600
4 Lee French United Kingdom 141,000
5 Dawid Chmiel   120,500
6 Leon Campbell United Kingdom 108,000
7 Jay Yerby United Kingdom 106,500
8 Donald Jones United Kingdom 97,200
9 Paulius Kostickis Lithuania 90,100
10 I M NA 71,100

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Other avid gamers advancing to Day 2 consist of Renee Xie, who bagged the Day 1a chip lead in the GUKPT London Major Tournament closing month, along with Yucel Eminoglu, Jack Allen, Simon Taberham, Ali Sarkeshik and Daniel Stacey.

They’ll return for Day 2 at midday on Saturday, March 5. Within the intervening time PokerNews will return on Friday for 2 extra flights in the GUKPT Coventry Major Tournament.

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Will Shillibier

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Will Shillibier is primarily primarily based completely in the UK. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German, after which studied for a NCTJ Diploma in Sports activities Journalism at Sportsbeat in Manchester. He beforehand worked as a freelance stay reporter, and video presenter for the World Poker Tour.

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