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Next Event: $50 Buyin

Date Time: 7pm Friday, March 9, 2017

Location: Arizona Room, Eaglequest Coyote Creek Golf Club, 7778 152nd Street Surrey, BC

Darren: darrenkennedydk@gmail.com, 778-870-6319

 

Tourney Dates

  1. xSaturday, September 9
  2. xFriday, September 22
  3. xFriday, October 13
  4. xFriday, November 10
  5. xFriday, December 1
  1. xFriday, December 15
  2. xFriday, January 12
  3. xFriday, January 26
  4. xFriday, February 23
  5. xFriday, March 9

LEAGUE FINAL Saturday, April 7, NOON

2017 WSOP $10,000 Main Event and

2017 WSOP NLH $1000 or $1500 Event Rio in Las Vegas

League members require $50USD or $70 CAD for league fees and $50 for the cash portion, and non-league members need to bring $50. There will also be a $50 last-longer for anyone thatís interested and up to one re-entry for $50. There are no add-ons.

 

April 14, 2018: Congrats to Guy and Brant for winning ME Seats. All Winner listed below

Final Prizes (all USD): †††††††††

1.     Guy Bottin $10,000 WSOP ME Seat + $800 cash -Main Event Day

2.     Brant Taylor $10,000 WSOP ME Seat + $800 cash -Main Event Day 1B

3.     Buddy Lane $4,000 WSOP + $500 cash

4.     Alyssa Webber $3,000 WSOP + $500 cash

5.     Zach Page $2,000 WSOP + $500 cash ≠- #24: $2,620 Marathon June 11 ($2k league)

6.     Roger Grosset $1,500 WSOP + $500 cash

7.     Ryan McDonald $1,500 WSOP + $500 cash

8.     Nick Simon $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

9.     Darren Callaghan $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

10.  Mike Bigelow $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

11.  Jordan Kroeker $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

12.  Chris Nishi $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

16.  Jesse Spencer $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

 

Others going to Vegas that I know of

Darren Kennedy Ė July 2-14 playing Main Event

James Tichenor Ė First week of June playing Colossus

 

 

March 10, 2018: DHPL League Final Seating Chart Season 13 (2017-18)

Although everyone drew their own seat we had several instances of two people drawing the same seat. As such I randomly reassigned some players. There were 9 such instances.

 

There are 590,100 chips in play with 88 players fighting for 13 prizes. This puts the average chipstack at 6,700 chips.

UPDATE: With Richard and Doug not showing, there are now 582,600 chips in play with 86 players making average 6,800 chips now.

Seat

Table 1

Chips

Seat

Table 2

Chips

1

Guy Bottin

4,500

1

Doug Chysik

5,000

2

Colin Genge

11,000

2

Thomas Davis

1,000

3

Dan Molatore

8,000

3

Alyssa Weber

11,000

4

Jamie Hucul

6,000

4

Garry Juvelin

7,500

5

Keith Fisher

1,000

5

Johnny Dai

3,500

6

Tanya Refuse

1,500

6

Paul Deol

12,500

7

Mike Taylor

3,000

7

Jeff Hall

15,000

8

Richard Wardroper

2,500

8

Michelle Owen

2,000

9

Andrew Krywaniuk

2,500

 

9

Brian Taylor

1,000

37,500

 

53,500

Seat

Table 3

Chips

Seat

Table 4

Chips

1

Mike Farnese

5,000

 

1

Chris Middleton

1,000

2

Jordan Kroeker

14,000

 

2

Mo Pannun

6,000

3

Chris Fraser

15,000

 

3

Darren Kennedy

7,000

4

Robert Brechin

4,500

 

4

Marko Pocedic

5,500

5

Andrew Creed

2,000

 

5

Bruce Lawson

2,000

6

Nicole Miscisco

2,500

 

6

Mike Mittermuller

9,500

7

Dave Brunham

1,500

 

7

Kent Senko

1,000

8

Darren Callaghan

3,000

 

8

Travis Wiens

3,000

9

Mark Scott

1,000

 

9

Hal Fellingham

1,500

 

48,500

 

 

 

36,500

Seat

Table 5

Chips

Seat

Table 6

Chips

1

Kelli Cera

13,500

 

1

Chris Nishi

12,500

2

Brent Miscisco

1,500

 

2

Jamil Jutha

1,500

3

Nick Simon

13,500

 

3

Jeff Roberts

5,500

4

Dan Cassidy

12,300

 

4

Rik Rohrback

10,000

5

Tyler Marples

18,500

 

5

Brant Taylor

24,000

6

Roger Grosset

3,000

 

6

Ray Rohrback

6,300

7

Jim Prime

9,000

 

7

Eric Ruttan

6,000

8

Scott Brynen

2,000

 

8

Doug Crone

1,000

9

Abe Leiren

1,000

 

9

Steve Tamboline

1,000

 

74,300

 

 

 

67,800

 

 

Seat

Table 7

Chips

Seat

Table 8

Chips

1

Everett Wicklund

3,500

 

1

Steve Mclarty

16,500

2

Tosca Lueks

13,500

 

2

Mike Honeyman

3,000

3

Jesse Spencer

28,000

 

3

Georg Jancev

15,000

4

Buddy Lane

20,000

 

4

Ivan Mahood

7,000

5

Mike Bigelow

3,000

 

5

Dean Hilts

2,000

6

Wade Antoniuk

5,500

 

6

Mark Juvelin

9,500

7

Trevor Massey

14,000

 

7

Allan Foster

2,500

8

Shaun Ali

1,500

 

8

Ryan McDonald

1,500

9

Bob DeForest

6,000

 

9

Mike Graf

1,500

 

95,000

 

 

 

58,500

 

Seat

Table 9

Chips

Seat

Table 10

Chips

1

Deepak Bhasin

1,500

 

1

Dave Sims

11,500

2

Doug Cornelson

3,000

 

2

Brent Senko

5,500

3

Zack Page

23,000

 

3

Mitch McNichol

3,000

4

Kal Kooner

9,500

 

4

Rob Sims

1,000

5

Mike Menkes

7,500

 

5

Mike Twitchell

1,000

6

Ramiro Dominguez

2,500

 

6

Stan Zatylny

3,000

7

Jeff Scott

6,000

 

7

Mark McKinney

15,000

8

James Tichenor

5,000

 

8

Chris McDonell

13,000

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58,000

 

 

 

53,000

 

March 5, 2018: League Final Prizes Announced. Awarding 13 WSOP Prizes.

The following are the prizes we will all be fighting for at the League Final. As you all know we will be starting with whatever chips you have earned over the year plus the 1,000 chip bonus. Note that the average chip-stack for the League Final will be just under 6,700 chips. We are starting at noon on Saturday April 7 for the Final.

 

Final Prizes (all USD): †††††††††

13.  $10,000 WSOP ME Seat + $800 cash

14.  $10,000 WSOP ME Seat + $800 cash

15.  $4,000 WSOP + $500 cash

16.  $3,000 WSOP + $500 cash

17.  $2,000 WSOP + $500 cash

18.  $1,500 WSOP + $500 cash

19.  $1,500 WSOP + $500 cash

20.  $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

21.  $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

22.  $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

23.  $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

24.  $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

25.  $1,000 WSOP + $500 cash

 

The point leader at the end of Event #10 is guaranteed a prize at the final no matter where he (there is no 'she' that can win) finishes in the final. We have 9 people with a shot at winning and I will group them into 4 categories:

 

The Front Runner:

6-5 Brant Taylor 24,000 - all 8 players behind him need at least a top 4 finish to pass him. He is in great shape to take the title. And if he gets even 1,000 points that forces them to get top 3 and 4 people would have no shot. If you are going to bet on anyone here, Brant is your man.

 

The Contenders: (all 3 need minimum a top 4 finish)

15-1 Buddy Lane 20,000 - this DHPL sophomore needs 5000 points to pass Brant as 4,000 would put him in a tie and he would lose on the first tiebreaker which is points personally earned. So a top 4 finish is required.

15-1 Jesse Spencer 20,000 - this DHPL rookie also needs 5000 points to pass Brant as 4,000 would put him in a tie and he would lose on the first tiebreaker which is points personally earned. So a top 4 finish is required.

20-1 Zack Page 19,000 = Although Zack has 1,000 less points, he also needs a top 4 combined with $450 earned to catch Brant due to having earned all the points on his own. The $450 can be an issue however as 5th place received only $400 in 8 of the 9 events this year and $450 in the other one, which means he likely needs top 4 in points with no rebuy or non-leaguers finishing ahead of him. A tall task. Better aim for 3rd in points.

 

The Long Shots: (these guys need to win and have the 4 above not point significantly)

100-1 Tyler Marples 15,500

100-1 Georg Jancev 15,000

100-1 Jeff Hall 15,000

100-1 Mark McKinney 15,000

 

The Hail Mary:

1000-1 Jordan Kroeker not only needs to win the event and have Brant blank, but also all the others not finish in top 4 AND win $1,400 doing so which will require at least 108 entries for the final something that has only happened twice this year. Vegas is giving 1000-to-1 odds here.

 

Trevor Massey can tie Brant but would lose the tiebreaker due to earning points from a spare.

 

February 24, 2018: Paul Deol wins Event #9, Becomes first 5 times Winner of a DHPL Event, Brant Taylor Takes Over Points Lead

On a day when the snow was falling hard and a couple people had even asked me to cancel the event we still had 103 entries showing once again that people love their tournament poker. In a year that seems to be dominated primarily by relative newcomers to our league, Event #5 was a throwback to the veterans, with 8 of the Final 9 players consisting of players that have played more than 60 DHPL events. Paul Deol who is the All-Time leader in cash earned, extended that lead by beating Trevor Massey headsup and his 5th all-time win, breaking an 8-way tie for most career wins.

 

Brant Taylor again went deep securing enough points to move into first place with a 4,000 point lead over his two nearest competitors. This gives Brant a stranglehold on that coveted guaranteed seat. My calculations have him at over 82% to win the league points battle.

 

And I would be remiss if I didnít do a small of bragging to say I locked up 4,000 points myself and Roger also got points to show you guys that just because we are busy running the tournament doesnít mean we donít know our way around the players side of the poker felt.

 

In-the-point finishers included: Paul Deol ($1,100), Trevor Massey ($1,100), Tyler Marples ($700), Brant Taylor ($550), David Slater ($400, non-league), Darren Kennedy ($300), Brad Wilson ($200, non-league, playing for Wade Antoniuk), Jason Nadeau ($150, non-league, playing for Buddy Lane), Colin Genge ($150), Tosca Lueks ($150, rebuy), Robert Brechin ($100), Johnny Dai ($100), Zoranco Jancev ($100, non-league), Richard Wardroper, Eric Ruttan, Roger Grosset, Peter Singh (non-league), Chris McDonell, Stan Zatylny, Deepak Bhasin, Mike Taylor, Guy Bottin

 

January 27, 2018: New Record 122 Entries! Jeff Hall Wins Event #8 over Kal Kooner, Jesse Spencer Takes Over Points Lead

Jeff Hall beats Kal Kooner heads-up for the win and the much needed 10,000 points in an event that shattered our record entries with 122 buyins. We paid 15 places this event.

 

In the battle for points lead, Jesse Spencer obtained just enough points (1,500) to pass Zack Page and sit atop the standings. And Johnny Dai does something a little unique. He showed up to play but instead of playing for himself used a sub (Faisal Khan) for his attempt at points. The poker gods rebelled and Faisal would fall short of the points and Johnny himself went out 15th which would have been good for 1,500 points. Most importantly though, by exposing this little loophole we now have a the ďJohnny DaiĒ rule for next season. If you are playing in the tournament, you need to play for yourself!

 

In-the-point finishers included: Jeff Hall ($1,500), Kal Kooner ($1,050, rebuy), Heather Reid ($750, non-league), Rik Rohrback ($600), Mike Mittermuller ($450), Tosca Lueks ($300), Ivan Mahood ($200), Mike Borton ($200, non-league), Trevor Massey ($150, rebuy), Nick Simon ($150), Dan Cassidy ($125), Ray Rohrback ($125), Jesse Spencer ($100), Christina Armstrong ($100), Johnny Dai ($100), Marko Pocedic, Jamie Hucul, Alyssa Weber, Jordan Kroeker (rebuy), Shawn Lange (non-league), James Tichenor, Andrew Creed, Brent Senko (rebuy), Wade Antoniuk, Brant Taylor, Darren Kennedy, Nikola Mitevski (non-league), Bob Deforest (rebuy), Dave Sims.

 

January 13, 2018: Jordan Kroeker Wins Event #7 beating Troy Vink. 108 Entries

Jordan booked his first DHPL win beating non-league member Troy Vink who has consecutive top 3 finishes by finishing second in this event and third in event #6. Glad heís not a league member. There was a 3-way chop of the money as Georg Jancev actually won the most money even though he went out in 3rd place. No change at the top of the standings as Zack Page remains the leader.

 

In-the-point finishers included: Jordan Kroeker ($1,000), Troy Vink ($1,000, non-league), Georg Jancev ($1,100), Jim Prime ($550), Brant Taylor ($400), Eric Ruttan ($300), Kelli Cera ($200), Jamie Hucul ($150), Allan Foster ($150), Mike Bigelow ($150), Rik Rohrback ($100, rebuy), Ramiro Dominguez ($100), James Tichenor ($100), Dave Collier (non-league, playing for Trevor Massey), Chris McDonell, Stan Zatylny, Don Thrasher (non-league), Brent Senko, Jeff Roberts, Tosca Lueks.

 

December 18, 2017: Events 5 and 6 Standings are updated

All time stats to be updated later this week

 

December 16, 2017: Brant Taylor Locks up 3rd Career Win in Event #6 Beating Kal Kooner and Outlasting 106 Entries

Brant got the win and much needed 10,000 points. Nobody is yet challenging Zack Page at the top of the leaderboard though. In an event that was extremely close to Christmas we still had 107 entries continuing our streak of over 100 entries per event.

 

In-the-point finishers included: Brant Taylor ($1,350), Kal Kooner ($950), Troy Vink ($700, non-league), Mark Juvelin ($550), Jesse Spencer ($400), Jeff Hall ($300), Nick Simon ($200), Buddy Lane ($150), Kelly Lange ($150, non-league), Mitch McNichol ($150), Nicole Miscisco ($100), Darren Kennedy ($100), Andrew Krywaniuk ($100), Jim Prime, Faisal Khan (non-league), Chris Fraser, Michelle Owen, Terry Goode (non-league), Mo Pannun, Doug Cornelson, Jordan Kroeker, Stan Zatylny.

 

December 2, 2017: Dan Cassidy Wins Event 5, Chris Fraser takes 10,000 Points. 110 Entries

Dan Cassidy locked up his 3rd career win, but alas it was on rebuy and thus Chris Fraser gets the 10,000 points.

 

In-the-point finishers included: Dan Cassidy ($1250, rebuy), Chris Fraser ($1200), Colin Genge ($700), Garry Juvelin ($550), Nick Simon ($400), Trevor Massey ($300), Ray Rohrback ($200), Jesse Spencer ($150), James Tichenor ($150), Darren Callaghan ($150), Mike Farnese ($100), Jeff Roberts ($100), Buddy Lane ($100), Mark McKinney, Scott Brynen, Terry Goode (non-league), Dave Brunham, Dave Collier (non-league), Faizal Khan (non-league), Alyssa Weber, Mike Taylor, Johnny Dai.

 

November 21, 2017: Finally Updating

My apologies for the lack of updates this year. I am slowly getting everything in order. The Standings page should now be fully updated. I have sent all of the results in to Hendon Mobís database and they have posted all of the results. In addition, I have a few quick writeups from the first 4 events below.

 

I have still not updated the All Time Leaders page. Expect that to be done in the next few days.

 

November 21, 2017: Event #4 (Nov 10) Buddy Lane Wins, Zach Page takes Second

Zach Page tried to get his second win of the year, but like Dan Cassidy earlier this year, he fell short. Buddy Lane got the job done and won Event #4. There was a chop of the money once again. 107 entries in this tourney.

 

In-the-point finishers included: Buddy Lane ($1,250), Zach Page ($1,100), Georg Jancev ($700), Mark McKinney ($550), Mo Pannun ($400), Tosca Lueks ($300), Jeff Roberts ($200), Mike Honeyman ($150), Brent Senko ($150), Brant Taylor ($150), Brian Hutchens ($100), Rick Rohrback ($100), Morry Atley ($100, non-league), Chris Nishi, Mike Farnese, Mike Bigelow, Jeff Hall (rebuy), Alyssa Webber, Vesna Jancev (rebuy), Ryan McDonald, Roger Grosset (Rebuy), Stan Zatylny.

 

November 21, 2017: Event #3 (Oct 13) Winner was Brent Senko, Chris McDonell gets 10k Points

Brent Senko and Chris McDonell got headsup and chopped the money. Brent was on the rebuy for no points, but did hang on for the win. 101 entries in this tourney.

 

In-the-point finishers included: Brent Senko ($1,150, rebuy), Chris McDonell ($1,150), Tyler Marples ($650), Mike Menkes ($500), Bob Deforest ($400), Dan Molatore ($300), Mike Taylor ($200, rebuy), Marko Pocedic ($150), Steve Mclarty ($150), Brant Taylor ($100), Nick Simon ($100), Mark Juvelin ($100), Paul Deol, Eric Ruttan, Nicole Miscisco, Guy Bottin, Dan Cassidy, Jesse Spencer, Mike Mittermuller, Shawn Lange (non-league), Jamil Jutha, Bruce Lawson

 

November 21, 2017: Event #2 (Sept 22) Winner was Zach Page

Zach Page, Dan Cassidy and Steve Mclarty got 3-handed and made a deal for the money and then played it out for points. Steve fell in third and Dan just missed going back-to-back with Zach winning the tournament. 104 entries in this tourney.

 

In-the-point finishers included: Zach Page ($1,000), Dan Cassidy ($1,100), Steve Mclarty ($800), Kelli Cera ($550), Christina Armstrong ($400, non-league), Doug Chysik ($300), Colin Genge ($200, rebuy), Buddy Lane ($150), Jordan Kroeker ($150), Ivan Mahood ($150), Chris Fraser ($100), Jesse Spencer ($100), Jamie Hucul ($100), Allan Foster (rebuy), Dean Hilts, Travis Wiens, Georg Jancev, Chris Nishi, Brent Miscisco, Mark Juvelin, Shaun Ali.

 

November 21, 2017: Event #1 (Sept 9) Winner was Dan Cassidy, Chris Nishi gets the 10k points

Dan Cassidy, Rob Sims and Chris Nishi got three handed in the first tourney and immediately chopped the money. Rob fell in third and Dan was on a rebuy so Chris received the 10,000 points. 106 entries in this tourney.

 

In-the-point finishers included: Dan Cassidy ($1,050, rebuy), Chris Nishi ($1,050), Rob Sims ($900, rebuy), Mark McKinney ($500), Brent Morrow ($400, non-league), Alyssa Webber ($300), Kelli Cera ($200), Tosca Lueks ($150), Dan Molatore ($150), Everett Wicklund ($150), Robert Brechin ($100), Doug Cornelson ($100), Jason Nadeau ($100), Mike Mittermuller, Mike Taylor, Wade Antoniuk, Jim Prime, Tanya Rafuse, Mo Pannun, Doug Crone (rebuy), Bruce Lawson, Kal Kooner.

 

September 29, 2017: Event #1 and 2 Results on Standings Page

I will try and find time for a write up later this weekend here, but for now the points results can be found on the Standings page.

 

August 24, 2017: Event #1 Happens this Saturday at 6pm

Hi everyone. I am looking forward to starting up the league on Saturday. As always, its exciting to kick off the season. There are a few changes so please pay attention. Everything you need to know about the 13th edition of the Die Hard Poker League!

 

1. It starts on Saturday at 6pm! Please be there to buyin no later than 5:30pm. I will be ready to accept buyins at 5pm. I will not accept buyins after 5:50pm until the tournament has started. I don't care if you are in a line prior to 5:50pm, if I haven't accepted your money by 5:50pm you will wait until after the event starts.

 

2. WE ARE FULL. I mean REALLY FULL. 100 league members. Anyone expecting to just show up and play as either a drop in or to join the league will likely not be able to play. If you are wanting to drop in please send me an email and I will let you know your chances.

 

3. League members must pay AT LEAST $150 USD of their league fees on Saturday or they will lose their spot in the league. This goes for those that can't make it as well. If I don't receive money from you locking up your spot on Saturday, you lose it. You can etransfer or paypal to me ahead of time if you prefer. If you choose to do that the email address is darrenkennedydk@gmail.com 

 

So to be clear for the entire year your league fees are $500 USD. $150 USD is payable on Saturday. In lieu of USD I will accept $200 CAD for league fees. There is also the $50 buyin for the nights tournament. I am always happy if you can pay the whole $500 USD up front as it makes it easier on administration for the rest of the year.

 

4. Lets get ready to play some poker!

 

August 24, 2017: League Start Info

We have 99 interested people for the league at this time. Please note that your spot is only guaranteed if you show up at the first event and pay $150 USD (or $200 CAD) towards your league fees. ($50 USD or $70 CAD will be league fees each Event). If you don't pay at Event #1 your spot will go to the next person on the waitlist. If you know you will be missing the first event, please arrange for someone to pay your fees for you.

 

I prefer USD over CAD since any CAD I get I will need to exchange. I also would greatly appreciate those that can pay the full $500 USD up front as that means I am carrying less cash on any given night during the season.

 

For those asking I have not set up any golf tee times. If someone would like to step up and organize that, I would appreciate it. It would have to occur at a different course as they are booked with a Gescan function. 

 

And finally, if you know anyone still wanting to join please have them email me ASAP. Let your friends know that is it EXTREMELY unlikely that just showing up for Event #1 without emailing ahead of time will get you into the league.

 

August 24, 2017: Rules Update Ė Only ONE SUB

This year rule changes are as follows:

    a. This season you will be allowed only one substitute. This is a compromise, but this will only be for one year. Next year there will be no substitutes at all. I feel that giving everyone 1000 points to start, guaranteeing that they get to play in the Final should make up for any perceived loss in having substitutes.

    b. For league winners that win money in the WSOP, the first $5000 USD of the prize is kept by the league winner. The League will get one-third of anything won above $5000. In this way, the league will still be able to participate in any truly big wins, but the winner can reap higher rewards from min-cashes.

 

Examples:

$1000 buyin

 

Before

Now

Prize Won

Tax

Withheld

Player

League

Player

League

$1,500

$0

$1,000

$500

$1,500

$0

$3,000

$0

$2,000

$1,000

$3,000

$0

$6,000

$0

$4,000

$2,000

$5,667

$333

$10,000

$2,700

$6,667

$3,333

$8,667

$1,333

$20,000

$5,700

$13,333

$6,667

$15,000

$5,000

$100,000

$29,700

$66,667

$33,333

$68,333

$31,667

 

August 16, 2017: WE ARE FULL!! Anyone wanting in will now be waitlisted

We are full and at this point taking names for a wait list. I expect 4-5 of the people who have said they are in will likely not show as is the same every year.

 

101 People Interested

99 spots are locked up atm

98 confirmed and 1 league member not heard from

2 people are on the waitlist

 

 

Returning from last year (69)

 

Newcomers/Rejoining after an absence (21)

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Rommel Catalan???

*Allan Foster (pd $500)

*Andrew Creed

*Andrew Krywaniuk

*Andrew Tilston

*Ben Walker

*Bob DeForest

*Brant Taylor

*Brent Senko

*Brian Taylor (out#1pd $150)

*Bruce Lawson

*Buddy Lane

*Chris Fraser

*Chris Nishi

*Colin Genge

*Dan Cassidy

*Dan Molatore

*Darren Kennedy (pd $500)

*Dave Sims

*Dean Hilts (late)

*Deepak Bhasin

*Doug Cornelson

*Eric Ruttan

*Everett Wicklund

*Garry Juvelin

*Guy Bottin

*Hal Fellingham

*Ivan Mahood

*James Tichenor (pd $500)

*Jamie Hucul

*Jamil Jutha

*Jason Nadeau

*Jeff Scott (pd $500 out#1)

*Jim Prime

*Johnny Dai

*Kal Kooner

*Keith Fisher

*Kelli Cera

*Kent Senko

*Mark Juvelin

*Mark Scott

*Michelle Owen

*Mike Bigelow

*Mike Farnese

*Mike Honeyman

*Mike Menkes (pd$150out1)

*Mike Mittermuller

*Mike Twitchell

*Mo Pannun

*Paul Deol

*Ramiro Dominguez

*Ray Rohrback

*Richard Wardroper

*Rick Rohrback

*Rob Sims

*Robert Brechin

*Roger Grosset

*Ryan McDonald

*Scott Brynen (out#1)

*Shaun Ali (out#1)

*Stan Zatylny

*Steve Mclarty

*Steve Tamboline

*Trevor Massey

*Thomas Davis

*Tyler Marples

*Wade Antoniuk

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*Alyssa Webber

*Brad Mckibbon

*Brent Miscisco

*Brian Hutchens

*Chris McDonell

*Darren Callaghan

*Dave Brunham

*Doug Crone

*Georg Jancez

*Jeff Hall

*Jeff Roberts

*Jenn Luebkert

*John Hebel

*Josh Resvick

*Jordan Kroeker

*Lee Quesnelle

*Mark McKinney

*Nick Simon

*Nicole Miscisco

*Todd Fletcher

*Travis Wiens

*Jon Pingol

*Mitch McNicol

Mike Taylor

Ron Cranor

Jesse Spencer

Marko Pocedic

Tosca Lueks

Abe Leiren

Mike Graf

Chris Middleton (out#1)

Jay Petursson

Zack Page

Tanya Rafuse

Brent Morrow

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DROP IN LIST #1

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John Forsythe

Kai Picard

Rob Holmberg

Grant Willis

Byron Williams Dylan Ruocco

Elton Ngan

Jeff Nason

John Forsythe

Melissa White

Niko Bourassa-Wright

Reena King

Simon Pickering

 

 

 

 

 

August 15, 2017: Only TWO SPOTS remain officially open

We are literally down to our final 2 open spots for the league this season. We wo have 3 uncofirmed returning players, so if any of those are not coming back then we may have a couple of more spots open up. At this time I am taking one more name and then will be creating a wait list for anyone else interested. We typically have 4-5 people who say they are interested that donít show so there will still likely be some spots open.

 

Once again, we cannot play golf as Gescan has a tourney running that day.

August 13, 2017: Die Hard Poker League 2017/18 Season Preparations

Hello everyone,

 

Well August is flying by and its soon time for Season 13 of the Die Hard Poker League.

 

Schedule

Below are the dates for our 13th season.

Event #1: 6pm SAT Sept 9, 2017

Event #2: 7pm FRI Sept 22, 2017 (avoiding Sep 29-Oct 9 WPT Deepstacks in Calgary)

Event #3: 7pm FRI Oct 13, 2017 (avoiding Canadian Thanksgiving Weekend)

Event #4: 7pm FRI Nov 10, 2017 (avoiding US Thanksgiving Weekend)

Event #5: 7pm FRI Dec 1, 2017

Event #6: 7pm FRI Dec 15, 2017

Event #7: 7pm FRI Jan 12, 2018

Event #8: 7pm FRI Jan 26, 2018

Event #9: 7pm FRI Feb 23, 2018

Event #10: 7pm FRI Mar 9, 2018 (avoiding kids spring break Mar 17-Apr 1)

League Final: NOON SAT Apr 7, 2018

 

Looking forward to seeing you all again real soon.

 

July 19, 2017: $100 Buyin tourney Scheduled for July 28th.

Thatís right, we will be having a $100 buyin tourney on Friday, July 28th at 7pm. Looking forward to seeing you all there.

 

Darren

darrenkennedydk@gmail.com

778-870-6319