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UK & Irish Cashes at the 2013 WSOP; Events 42-56

Matthew Ashton

The 2013 World Series of Poker is in its final stages as 56 of its 62 events are now over and done with. As the Main Event draws ever closer, the number of British and Irish players in each tournament's field increases. This has led to some fantastic results by players from our region, which you can see in the table below.

EventPlayerFinishing PositionPrize
42Rory Mathews5$78,576
42Mike Ellis20$10,187
42Darren Judges33$8,316
42Daniel Pickard54$5,707
42Sam Grafton62$4,800
42Michael Charlton85$3,024
42Niall Farrell105$2,353
42Patrick Leonard106$2,353
42Andrew Hills14$2,116
42Neil Channing177$1,927
42James Parker192$1,927
42Paul Foltyn198$1,927
44Niall Farrell2$366,815
44Mark Teltscher6$92,186
44Ian Simpson14$26,807
44Paul Foltyn35$14,954
44Gary Pearce48$10,799
44Simon Deadman64$8,194
44Stephen Chidwick71$8,194
44Andrew Hulme72$8,194
44Sunny Chattha77$7,287
44Michael Farrelly97$6,028
45Chris Moorman5$44,227
45David Vamplew16$7,697
45Rhys Jones42$4,256
45Barny Boatman46$3,569
45Neil Channing56$3,020
45Andrew Hills66$2,581
46Robert Price11$17,219
46John O’Shea12$17,219
46Stephen Chidwick14$13,573
46Tony Kendall41$5,617
49Barny Boatman1$546,080
49Simon Deadman56$7,340
49Louis Salter71$6,248
49Sadan Turker83$4,671
49Simon Child89$4,671
49Michael Farrelly$3,640 
49Marc Foggin134$3,640
49Paul Leckey153$3,276
49Najib Kamand$3,276 
49Daniel Gill183$3,003
49Andrew Teng186$3,003
49Adrian Passfield188$3,003
49Neil Channing207$3,003
49Alberto Flores236$2,730
50Sebastian Saffari2$135,932
50Thomas Kettel8$20,065
50Howard Smith39$4,189
51Elanor Gudger6$27,045
51Lynne Beaumont11$9,805
51Liv Boeree54$3,168
52Stephen Chidwick4$353,780
53David Vamplew2$413,157
53Mick Graydon37$12,621
53Neil McFayden88$5,436
53Lee Taylor102$4,181
53Nick Hicks115$4,181
53Talal Shakerchi123$4,181
53Iqbal Ahmed132$4,181
53Jack Ellwood148$3,725
53Darren Judges160$3,725
53Chris Moorman196$3,345
53Sunny Chattha201$3,345
53Paul Foltyn251$3,041
53John Eames259$2,775
53James Rann262$2,775
53Mark Dillion277$2,775
53Luke Marsh282$2,775
54Thomas Hall13$20,472
54Louis Salter24$12,999
54Fergal Nealon64$5,033
54Sam Grafton66$5,033
54Arjun Pasricha71$5,033
55Matthew Ashton1$1,774,089
56Jack Salter24$21,326
56Mark Teltscher65$8,807
56Paul Vas Nunes76$7,661
56Jack Ellwood91$6,003
56Martin Malone124$5,371
56Sunny Chattha129$4,857
56Rhys Jones130$4,857
56Anthony Forsyth-Forrest140$4,857
56Peter Robinson152$4,857
56Debora Worley-Roberts181$4,462
56Jamie Burland197$4,462

The two results that really stand out are, obviously, the bracelet wins by Barny Boatman and Matthew Ashton. Boatman's victory netted the popular pro $546,080 and a place in every spectators heart. Ashton's massive $1,774,089 score for winning the $50,000 Poker Players' Championship is the UK & Ireland' largest win so far, and the largest score outside of the $111,111 buy-in One Drop High Rollers.

Other fantastic scores include Sebastian Saffari stuffing his pockets with $135,932 for his second place finish in the 10-Game Mix, Stephen Chidwick continuing his amazing series by coming fourth in Event #52 for $353,780 and David Vamplew finishing as runner-up for the second time in 2013, banking an additional $413,157. Niall Farrell also finished second in an event for a $366,815 boost to his bankroll.

You can check out the results from Events 1-17, Events 18-26 and Events 27-40 by clicking on the relevant links.

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