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  • Allan Takes it Down on Flop
    Allan Takes it Down on Flop 07-12-2013

    We arrived at the table to see the flop showing and around 20,000 in the pot. David Allan had checked his option from middle position, before Guillaume Rivet bet out 8,500.

  • Allan in trouble
    Allan in trouble 02-21-2013

    ANZPT Queenstown champion Dave Allan is currently shaking his head and counting what few chips he has left after losing a recent pot.

  • Francis Working Back Up
    Francis Working Back Up 02-21-2013

    Dean Francis didn't have a great start to the day, but has since clawed back above the starting stack, thanks in part, to David Allan. Francis and Allan recently battled in a hand which we arrived at with a flop on the felt.

  • Allan All in and Alive
    Allan All in and Alive 02-21-2013

    Last year's ANZPT Queenstown champion David Allan recently found himself all in on a flop.

  • Two Gone From Twenty-Five
    Two Gone From Twenty-Five 08-31-2012

    Alex Lynskey and David Allan both started the day on Table 25. Both of their seats are now empty.

  • Allan Picks Off Carle
    Allan Picks Off Carle 08-30-2012

    When we arrived over at Table 25, David Allan had a 1,000 denomination chip out in front of him in early position and Mitch Carle had raised it up to 1,800.

  • Aces For Allan
    Aces For Allan 08-30-2012

    When we arrived at David Allan's table there was already around 5,000 in the pot and Allan was going up against one opponent on the turn of a board. Allan's opponent bet 3,000 here and Allan made the call.

  • David Allans Wins the 2012 PokerStars.net ANZPT Queenstown Snowfest Main Event (NZD$110,600)
    David Allans Wins the 2012 PokerStars.net ANZPT Queenstown Snowfest Main Event (NZD$110,600) 07-29-2012

    After an exciting day of poker action, the 2012 PokerStars.

  • Ken Demlakian Eliminated in 2nd Place (NZD$70,400), David Allan Wins!
    Ken Demlakian Eliminated in 2nd Place (NZD$70,400), David Allan Wins! 07-29-2012

    After a tough two-hour heads-up battle, the final hand of the 2012 PokerStars.net Australia New Zealand Poker Tour has played out. It started with David Allan limping the button and Ken Demlakian checking the big blind.

  • Allan Takes Big Lead
    Allan Takes Big Lead 07-29-2012

    Not long after the break and David Allan has taken a big chip lead over Ken Demlakian. It all started with Allan first winning a small pot holding and going to showdown on a board.

  • Allan Loses Plenty Back
    Allan Loses Plenty Back 07-29-2012

    Right before the break and David Allan has lost plenty of his chips back to Demlakian. Firstly, Demlakian won a couple of small pots and then he took down the following hand. Allan limped the button and Demlakian checked.

  • Allan Takes a Nice Lead
    Allan Takes a Nice Lead 07-29-2012

    David Allan has won a couple of pots uncontested preflop and then took down the following hand. Allan limped on the button and Ken Demlakian checked.

  • Allan Doubles to Close the Gap
    Allan Doubles to Close the Gap 07-29-2012

    David Allan was on the button when he raised it up to 60,000. Ken Demlakian called out of the big blind and the dealer readied three cards for the felt. Flop: Demlakian checked here and Allan bet 75,000.

  • Allan Loses Some Back
    Allan Loses Some Back 07-29-2012

    David Allan limped on the button and Ken Demlakian raised it up to 60,000 from the big blind. Allan made the call and the two players watched the dealer turn over a flop. Demlakian led for 65,000 here and Allan called.

  • Demlakian Getting Chatty, Allan Winning Chippies
    Demlakian Getting Chatty, Allan Winning Chippies 07-29-2012

    David Allan has just taken down a couple of pots, all while listening to Ken Demlakian getting chatty. The first hand saw Demlakian open the button to 60,000. Demlakian made the call and a flop was dealt on the felt.

  • Allan At His Lowest
    Allan At His Lowest 07-29-2012

    David Allan is now sitting with just around 20 big blinds - the lowest amount of chips he has had during the heads-up play. This is all because Allan just lost a couple of hands that played out like this.

  • Allan Wins a Couple to Move Back to Seven Figures
    Allan Wins a Couple to Move Back to Seven Figures 07-29-2012

    David Allan has just taken down a couple of small pots to see his stack rise above seven-figures again. The first hand saw Ken Demlakian raise the button to 60,000. Allan made the call and a flop was dealt.

  • Allan Not Enjoying It
    Allan Not Enjoying It 07-29-2012

    "You're not enjoying this, are you?" asked Ken Demlakian. "Nah, i'm sick mate," replied Allan. This exchanged played out as Allan lost a couple of pots and stoically sat there making no reactions.

  • Ken Back on Top
    Ken Back on Top 07-29-2012

    Ken Demlakian is edging back in front after winning a handy recent pot. It was yet another limped pot, as the action was checked to the turn on the board of . Allan took a stab with a bet of 30,000 and Demlakian made the call.

  • No Hearts for Demlakian
    No Hearts for Demlakian 07-29-2012

    Ken Demlakian limped the small blind and David Allan checked his option in the big blind to take a flop. Allan checked and called a bet of 36,000 before deciding to lead out for 75,000 on the turn.

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