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Dave Colclough Moves to Asia And Declares Himself Semi-Retired

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Dave ColcloughOne of the stars of the TV show that helped kick-start the poker boom over a decade ago has declared himself semi-retired.

Welshman Dave Colclough, star of Late Night Poker, former co-owner of Blonde Poker and Dusk Til Dawn sponsored pro, told Wales Online that he now lives in Asia, is semi-retired but still winning the occasional tournament.

“I have semi-retired to Asia now,” he told the website. “I came here in March… I still play poker but not for big money nowadays. Actually shall we say semi-retired … I actually won the biggest comp in The Philippines last weekend 450,000 peso and just completed a back to back this weekend winning the biggest comp of the weekend 184,000 peso…. they think I am still a bit of a poker god out here – lol.”

Colclough, who won European player of the year in 2003 and 2005, has won over $2.6 million playing tournament poker and was a well know fixture on the tournament circuit.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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