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UK & Ireland Poker Tour Final Set
Article ID 00041314
Author Rebecca McAdam
Date JULY 27 2022
The PokerStars UK & Ireland Poker Tour Manchester has found its final table of eight from an original field of 615. They will return to the felt at the G Casino at 1 p.m. (local time) today to thrash it out for the £74,000 first-place prize. The player out in front is Polish PokerStars qualifier Mateusz Warowiec with just over 2 million in chips. Not too far behind him however is Team PokerStars Pro player JP Kelly, who is looking to add a UKIPT title to his collection. The player who missed out on the final table by one spot was Irishman Dennis Troake. He received £5,125 for ninth place. Here is the UKIPT Manchester final eight: Mateusz Warowiec (Poland) PokerStars qualifier 2,032,000 Owen Shiels (Ireland) PokerStars qualifier 355,000 Michael Birt (UK) PokerStars player 477,000 Matthew McDerra (UK) PokerStars qualifier 792,000 JP Kelly (UK) Team PokerStars Pro 1,751,000 Robert Angood (UK) 1,504,000 Paul Nash (UK) PokerStars qualifier 1,018,000 Michael Fletcher (UK) 1,209,000 Here is what they are playing for: 1. £74,000 2. £43,500 3. £27,600 4. £20,300 5. £16,000 6. £12,600 7. £9,500 8. £7,200 Check back at CardPlayer.com tomorrow to find out who takes home the title and the glory while others walk away with thoughts of what might have been.

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