About Dave “Devilfish” Ulliott
Dave “Devilfish” Ulliott was without a doubt one of the biggest and boldest characters the game of poker has ever seen.
The British poker legend passed away on Monday, April 6 2015 after being diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Devilfish was not only one of the funniest and entertaining players in the game, he also won a bracelet, a WPT and made 227 cashes for $6,235,521 in lifetime winnings during his impressive poker career.
The Devilfish Documentary airs on partypoker TV
To honour one of the game’s greatest partypoker has made a documentary called “The Devilfish”, which features several friends and top UK pros such as Sam Trickett, Barney Boatman, Simon “Aces” Trumper, Marcel Luske, Rob Young and others.
The trailer already looked very promising:
partypoker releases Part 1 of The Devilfish Documentary
Shortly after releasing the trailer partypoker announced on Twitter that the will launch the Part 1 on 4th of January:
Coming exclusively to https://t.co/l2s1bRKr1u tonight at 8pm GMT, Part One of “The Devilfish” a documentary about one of the biggest and boldest characters the game of poker has seen at https://t.co/UBpDRIBRHv it’s free to register to watch! pic.twitter.com/ZburJom3SL
— partypokerLIVE (@partypokerlive) January 4, 2019
The same night at 8 pm GMT/9 pm CET Part 1 of The Devilfish Documentary aired on partypoker TV. In case you missed it, you can watch it below:
Watch Part 1 of The Devilfish Documentary here:
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Apparently the documentary is split at least into two parts with the next one airing in the coming days, so check back frequently on VIP-Grinders.com as we will publish the second part here as soon as it’s released!
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