This year’s GUKPT came to a close on March 15th with its winner, British legend Ali Mallu, scooping the £59,000 jackpot. After coming 2nd and 3rd in the 2008 and 2010 GUKPT clashes, this is Mallu’s first jackpot win at GUKPT.
Playing for a £1million prizepool is always something that whets the appetite of any poker player, so the addition of the Sky UKPC to the poker calendar has been most welcome.
Of course I play every GUKPT and love the UKs oldest and best poker tour, but I’m a great believer in the market being big enough for all of us, and support all the UK tours where I can.
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Happy New Year everyone! Early January is generally a slow time for poker players as the tours are yet to start and the only big tournaments are either thousands of miles to the Caribbean, or further than that Down Under.
As I planned my diary for January though, there was one event I wasn’t going to miss ‑ the Derek Kavanagh Cup.