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Dusk Till Dawn

DTD Super50 Starts Strong
Despite severe weather up and down the UK, the debut of the Super50 weekend at Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham was a huge success. This £10,000 guaranteed, £50 event attracted 274 players on Saturday and 240 on the Sunday, both passing their guarantees by quite a margin. James Shaw won the cheddar on Saturday, pocketing £4,233 and Les Harris did the same on Sunday, winning £3,681.

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London Poker Circuit Announce 2010 Schedule
The new look London Poker Circuit, now at the Sportsman Casino, have confirmed their full schedule for 2010 which looks very busy. They have the regular Friday Fight Nights and Saturday Showdowns on the calendar, as well as the monthly Super Stack Series. They have also confirmed there will be Grand Finals of each event in December, which look intriguing, as well as a 2010 leader board. You can find out more about everything they have going on here.

London Pub Poker Open III Announced
Over at the International Club the BLAPO London Pub Poker Open III will take place on the weekend of the 6th of February. The £25+£5 event for pub poker players has a 220 capacity is fully dealer dealt and will feature a live webcast of the final table. To avoid disappointment players should buy in online at BLAPO.net.

PCA Final Table is Set
Regrettably the last Brits have exited the Pokerstars Caribbean Adventure and we won’t be represented at the final table this year. But there is still a huge final playing out in front of our bloggers, so go over to our live reporting section to watch all the action from one of the biggest events of the year.

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Vote for UK Pokernews at the APAT Awards
Just a quick reminder that UK Pokernews is in line to win the Best Poker Media Provider gong at the APAT Awards at the end of the month. You can vote for us by registering up for the APAT forum and voting for uk.pokernews.com, as well as a host of other worthy UK poker categories such as APAT player of the year and Poker Tour of the year.

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