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Alcohol is undoubtedly cool, but it can often be abused. Earlier this week, the wife was rushed to hospital after a Buckfast frenzy. I say rushed, but the ambulance took a disgraceful 35 minutes to arrive; I’d have driven myself if it wasn’t a Champions League night. The wife is now in the ‘Soccer AM’ position, she’s relying on tubes to survive.

 

It’s not all been good news this week though; I’m really struggling to find a value bet in the match between Arsenal and West Ham. If a gun was placed to my head i’d suggest a win for Arsenal at 1/2. If a gun was placed to the wife’s head; i’d say that I never negotiate with terrorists.

 

Finding a winner in the Reading v Liverpool match is a far simpler proposition. The arrival of Mascherano has added real steel to the Scouse armoury; I’m nicking the evens for a Liverpool win.

 

David James has had plenty of critics over the years and I’m afraid I have to once again question his decision making. The Pompey Togel Hongkong keeper is sporting the campest beard since Wayne Rooney’s little ginger effort earlier in the season. The Manchester United train to titleville is stopping off at Portsmouth; I’m boarding at 8/15.

 

Speaking of a little ginger effort, I’ve seen worse investments than the 3/1 for Paul Scholes finding the net at any time. Sir Alex believes that the refreshed day-sleeper holds the key to United winning the title; I refuse to argue with the vastly experienced Sweaty.

 

Newcastle United should take a leaf out of Wayne Rooney’s book; the Geordies can’t buy a result at the minute. The Toon Army are winless and goalless in their last four league matches; Sheffield United …

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PATRICK CLARKE WINS 2014 IRISH OPEN MAIN EVENT TOGEL HONGKONG

 

 

Patrick Clarke, an online qualifier who won his seat via a €4 “cheap seats” satellite, has bested a total field of 411 runners to win this year’s €2,000 + €250 Paddy Power Poker Irish Open Main Event and a total of €250,000. 411 players entered the event, which was 94-players shy from the 2013 event.

 

Clarke, who finished 14th in this event last year for his career highest score of $4,414, takes home €200,000 for the top prize, and a €50,000 bonus.

 

The €50,000 over the tournament’s top prize of €200,000 comes courtesy of the Paddy Power Sole Survivor competition, which, in true movie-script style, went all the way to heads up. Online qualifiers finishing 2nd-6th highest (including runner-up Dave Pollock) receive entry into next year’s Irish Open Main Event. In total, 47 places were paid, with cashes going to the likes of Gerard Harraghy, Chris Dowling, Dave Masters and the Voice of Poker Jesse May.

 

Irish Open Main Event Final Table Results

 

1st. Patrick Clarke – €200,000*

2nd. Dave Pollock – €130,500

3rd. Liam Chevalier – €97,500

4th. Thomas O’Shea – €73,800

5th. Oliver Lynch – €54,500

6th. Michael Gilligan – €38,500

7th. Barry Donovan – €26,500

8th. Jonathan Lundy – €19,250

 

GUS HANSEN WINS HEADS-UP CHAMPIONSHIP AT FULL TILT POKER GALWAY FESTIVAL

 

GUS HANSEN WINS HEADS-UP CHAMPIONSHIP AT FULL TILT POKER GALWAY FESTIVALThe UK versus Ireland heads-up poker championship at the Full Tilt Poker Galway Festival was won by a Dane as Gus Hansen took the honours yesterday. The Great Dane collected €16,151 and the trophy, after he defeated Dave Nicholson in the final.

 

To get to the final Hansen defeated Max Silver (semi-final), Jamie Burland (quarter-final), Shaun Conning (round of 16) and Jude Ainsworth (round of 32). “There …