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More Near Misses for Brits at the 2013 World Series of Poker

Daniel Cascado: Finished second in Event #24

The 2013 World Series of Poker has almost hit its halfway point and so far there have been no British or Irish winners. However, there have been several final table appearances and a couple of second place finishes, too.

Last week we created a table that showed all the UK & Ireland players that had cashed in Event 1-17 (you can find that table here) and today we bring you the in the money finishes of our players from Event 18-26.

18Tamer Kamel20$10,046
18John Payne42$6,784
18Sam Grafton106$2,320
18Thomas Brady142$2,087
18Guy Ellis146$2,087
18Najib Kamand171$2,087
20Stephen Chidwick6$43,120
20Kim Sherlin44$5,913
20James Bord109$2,600
21Rhys Jones16$19,475
21Sam Grafton59$6,455
22James Park3$108,196
22David Colin11$15,756
22Christopher Brammer29$7,050
22Richard Ashby52$5,091
22Alex Lindop110$2,621
22Ross Boatman113$2,621
23Matthew Ashton7$18,266
24Daniel Cascado2$267,452
24Zimnan Ziyard7$54,191
24Gareth Teatum8$41,198
24Christopher O’Donnell34$10,328
24David Tighe77$4,533
24Alexander Lee89$3,972
24Najib Kamand101$3,178
26Yucel Eminoglu61$8,448
26Donnacha O’Dea114$3,411
26Stephen Littlejohn292$2,498

As you can see from the above table, our players have been racking up the cashes for fun and we have had a number of sweats for that elusive first WSOP bracelet of the summer. Stephen Chidwick finished sixth in Event #20, while James Park came closer still in Event #22 where he finished in third spot.

Matthew Ashton reached yet another final table of a non-Hold'em event when he finished seventh in Event #23. There were three Brits on the final table of Event #24, yet that piece of poker jewellery stayed out of reach. Yorkshireman Gareth Teatum finished eighth, EPT Loutraki champion Zimnan Ziyard crashed out in eighth and Daniel Cascado lost heads-up to finish in second place.

There are still over 30 events to play out and UK & Ireland PokerNews still has high hopes of a British or Irish bracelet before the series is out.

Do not forget that you can follow all of the action, as it happens, from all of the 2013 World Series of Poker events by reading our dedicated WSOP Live Reporting pages.

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