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UKPC: Jeremy Nock winner of the High Roller at £3,300

A month after his victory at the Deepstack Open Paris, Jeremy Nock is crowned champion of the event High Roller at £3,300 of the United Kingdom Poker Championship (UKPC). This poker tournament took place at the Dusk Till Dawn casino of Nottingham, in England. Before winning this great trophy rewarded with a prize of £61,000, the happy winner has first crossed a field of 21 participants composed of British elites of poker, following the image of Robert Cooper, Andrew Hills and Adam Reynolds. The latter have been eliminated before the bubble burst. During the final day, Nock has also to face prestigious opponents such as the chipleader Matt Davenport and the pro of online poker Christopher Brammer. Both bowed respectively in the 5th and 6th position.



Nock has faced Zimnan Ziyard in the final duel. It was brilliantly that he has eliminated his opponent. The latter has received £36,000 for his performance. Martyn Frey completes the podium and has pocketed £26,000. Let us note that this final of the High Roller was held in the margins of the main event of the UKPC. The champion of the World Series Of Poker 2013, Barny Boatman, was the favorite of the Day 1 A. He has finished the day as chipleader, with 321,300 chips between hands. Some notables of game also are in the list of survivors for the Day 2, among whom are Albert Sapiano, Richard Hawes, Dave Jones, Paul Jackson, Mathew Frankland and Jack Ellwood.

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