Daniel Phillips Wins DTD Deepstack

Daniel Phillips

Former APAT champion Daniel Phillips won the monthly deepstack tournament at Dusk Til Dawn this weekend. Phillips, a regular forum poster at BlondePoker, worked his way through a large field of players to hit the top spot of the £300 buy in NLHE freezeout game and claim the £26,764 first prize.

Starting on Saturday 7th August and finishing the next day, this two day deepstack tourney gave players 10k in chips to start with. Dusk Til Dawn also put a £60,000 guaranteed prize pool on this tournament so each of the 288 players had everything to play for. The prizepool ended up a whopping £86,400.

Daniel Phillips is no stranger to taking first in a big tournaments he also earned himself the first place title and money in 2006 when he won the APAT English Amateur Poker Championship for £4,500. Alongside Phillips on the final table was Andriena Nutt, making this her third final in this event in a year. Andriena finished her game in 5th place when her {K-Diamonds} {Q-Diamonds} lost a race to {9-Spades} {9}, but she took home £4,941 for her efforts.

Congratulations to all those players who made the money and special congrats to Daniel Phillips for hitting that top spot.

Final table results
1st Daniel Phillips - £26,764
2nd Sukhbir Jolly - £15,647
3rd Nigel Ventre - £9,388
4th Stephen Okeeffe - £6,588
5th Andriena Nutt - £4,941
6th Stephan Nash - £3,706
7th Ricky Woolley - £2,882
8th Martin Malone - £2,059
9th Alan Goodrum - £1,647

Dusk Til Dawn are holding yet another guaranteed tournament this weekend. On Sunday 15th August at DTD you can buy in for £50 + 8 and be given 10k in starting chips to play the No Limit Hold’em game - The Super50! This game has a 30 minute clock and starts at 3pm, registration closes at 4:30pm as you can buy in for the first three levels.

Picture courtesy of Blondepoker who provided Live Updates from the event.

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