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Rob Sherwood: Surviving The Irish Open

by Rebecca McAdam |  Published: Apr 01, 2011


A couple of storylines stood out at least year’s Irish Open. Firstly, it was England versus Ireland in a dramatic heads up duel for the title, which was the perfect ending to a thoroughly successful and enjoyable event. And even though the trophy went across the sea to England, the celebrations played out as if it was an Irish victory. The second story to stand out belonged to another Englishman — Rob Sherwood managed to not only win the €100,000 Sole Survivor package for being the last qualifier standing, but also took down fourth place for €163,300. So as a whole new field of players prepare to make their way to the Emerald Isle for the next installment of the infamous event, Card Player caught up with Rob Sherwood to find out what happened in the interim. After outlasting more than 130 other PaddyPowerPoker qualifiers at the Irish Open ...

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