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Evening Star Hotel, Surry Hills, NSW

The Evening Star Hotel in Surry Hills is conveniently located near Central station and several bus stops. It has great meals and spectacular deals! Pop in for a beer and join us for a delicious meal from our diner, then enjoy a relaxed game of poker........ Perfect combination!

Evening Star Hotel runs the following events:

Tuesday Night Poker 7:30pm - QueenSix

Location: 360 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills, NSW, Australia

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Grand Final Week Winners
Grand Final week for this season is once again over, with winners to be crowned at four hotels.

Winners: Concourse Bar - Greg Christo, Paragon Hotel - Matthias Hesse, Tudor Hall Hotel - Matthias Hesse, Lord Raglan Hotel - Chris Kyriacou.

The Concourse Bar final was an exciting but conservative final table, until Greg Christo went on the attack and with a philosophy that any Ace was good, and some luck to back it up, he decimated the field. Heads up was a battle between venue points leader Peter Nghiem and Christo, but there could be only one winner and Christo emerged victorious.

The Paragon Hotel saw Alastair Campbell amass a huge chip stack, only to fall away in the final stages, as Klaus Huchinson took out a huge pot to set him heads up against Matthias Hesse. Heads up play went for around 45 minutes with almost every all-in move resulting in a dominated hand, but the shorter stack winning. In what was an extremely entertaining finish Hesse took the prize.

The Tudor Hall Hotel final started with chip leaders and season rivals Craig Stringer and Matthias Hesse ready for a battle. The final stages of the game were looking very exciting with Stringer, Hesse and Linzi Bloch (the three points leaders from the venue) in the top four. Daz Bremner was also having a good game and remained in the mix until he called Bloch's all-in pre-flop move. Bloch's pocket 3's held up against Bremner's AQ and shortly after, three players remained. Hesse got lucky a couple of hands later hitting two six percenters in a row, first to survive, then to eliminate Bloch. Again it was Hesse's day and Stringer had to settle for second place after a short heads up.

The Raglan Hotel saw Hesse start from short stack but chip up by the break to again look like a true contender. Hesse made final table but this time was unable to take home the prize. Jimmy Hanson had to settle for 4th while Chris Kyriacou won a huge pot to eliminate Alastair Campbell and go into heads up against Klaus Hutchinson. The size of Kyriacou's chip stack was simply too big for Hutchinson to compete without some luck, but it did not come and Kyriacou took out the trophy.
24 May 2009 - 12:11 by James Kruss - QueenSix Sydney Poker (play poker in Sydney) QueenSix Sydney Poker News | comments (0)


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Grand Final Week Winners
Grand Final week for this season is once again over, with winners to be crowned at four hotels.

Winners: Concourse Bar - Greg Christo, Paragon Hotel - Matthias Hesse, Tudor Hall Hotel - Matthias Hesse, Lord Raglan Hotel - Chris Kyriacou.

The Concourse Bar final was an exciting but conservative final table, until Greg Christo went on the attack and with a philosophy that any Ace was good, and some luck to back it up, he decimated the field. Heads up was a battle between venue points leader Peter Nghiem and Christo, but there could be only one winner and Christo emerged victorious.

The Paragon Hotel saw Alastair Campbell amass a huge chip stack, only to fall away in the final stages, as Klaus Huchinson took out a huge pot to set him heads up against Matthias Hesse. Heads up play went for around 45 minutes with almost every all-in move resulting in a dominated hand, but the shorter stack winning. In what was an extremely entertaining finish Hesse took the prize.

The Tudor Hall Hotel final started with chip leaders and season rivals Craig Stringer and Matthias Hesse ready for a battle. The final stages of the game were looking very exciting with Stringer, Hesse and Linzi Bloch (the three points leaders from the venue) in the top four. Daz Bremner was also having a good game and remained in the mix until he called Bloch's all-in pre-flop move. Bloch's pocket 3's held up against Bremner's AQ and shortly after, three players remained. Hesse got lucky a couple of hands later hitting two six percenters in a row, first to survive, then to eliminate Bloch. Again it was Hesse's day and Stringer had to settle for second place after a short heads up.

The Raglan Hotel saw Hesse start from short stack but chip up by the break to again look like a true contender. Hesse made final table but this time was unable to take home the prize. Jimmy Hanson had to settle for 4th while Chris Kyriacou won a huge pot to eliminate Alastair Campbell and go into heads up against Klaus Hutchinson. The size of Kyriacou's chip stack was simply too big for Hutchinson to compete without some luck, but it did not come and Kyriacou took out the trophy.
24 May 2009 - 12:11 by James Kruss - QueenSix Sydney Poker (play poker in Sydney) QueenSix Sydney Poker News | comments (0)


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