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Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott Dies at 61

Tags: Dave Ullliott, devil fish, RIP.
Posted on 07 April 2015 by "T".

Some very sad news this morning. British poker legend Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott passed away on Monday, April 6. According to an announcement by his son on Twitter, Dave Ulliott, who has been fighting terminal bowel and liver cancer since earlier this year, died peacefully surrounded by his loves ones. Ulliot, who has $6.2 million in live tournament earnings (the second biggest winner of all time in the UK), leaves behind his wife and eight children.

 

RIP

More information on Ulliott's career can be found here. Here are some pros who have honoured his memory on twitter.


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11 comments for "Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott Dies at 61"

 Calmplay07/04/2015 09:55:14 GMT
RIP to one of my favorite TV poker player, always entertained us and indeed always had good humor which made his character... as for poker wise he was no doubt one of the best old school poker player, an all rounder poker legend too.
 doubletop77707/04/2015 10:06:17 GMT
What a sad story to wake up to this morning. I was absolutely gutted when i read this story and i didnt know he had been ill and must offer my condolences to his family and friends
 luisexy6907/04/2015 10:30:57 GMT
To all her family and friends, our condolences.

And my opinion for what i see from he, just a couple of shows on tv, but when he apear the fun and the excitement have been garanted.

And he will be on the top of money list for long time, because what he did is a very good achivement.
 IceQueenAce07/04/2015 13:02:39 GMT
It is all very sad :/
 klash2307/04/2015 13:03:58 GMT
Such a shame to hear of this news.Dave Ulliott may have been thought of as an old school player but he still reached the final table of an UKIPT a couple of years ago and he is ranked second in the England all time money list and won over $6million in tournaments and when he started there wasn't the big money available like there is now.
One of the last of the characters who has seen and done it all in the poker world.RIP.
 Skpmorita07/04/2015 13:17:18 GMT
rip devilfish
i used to enjoy watching him in youtube poker videos
funny guy . i am sure he will be missed
i gotta say that i didnt like the tweet by doyle .. he was expecting him to pass ??
i know he was sick but you should never say something like that
and also talking about him being poker hall of fame .. just few hours after he died
other than that .. it is good to see some poker pros giving their respect
 stevieboy407/04/2015 14:30:58 GMT
Very sad news to hear,thoughts & prayers with his loved one's Sad
 Heskor07/04/2015 14:51:22 GMT
Hmm never heard of him which is sad but hope he was one of the best players around but uif hie hit the news then he definitely is someones of good standard and was a legend in his days, peace out mate, hope he is good in heaven or the happy place after you die lol, anyway good luck life is short and you have to take most of the moments given to you, anyway good luck again at the tables make us proud and make him !!
 iAiCiKi07/04/2015 16:40:13 GMT
Tragic. RIP DevilFish
 HenryMinute08/04/2015 16:51:41 GMT
RIP Dave. Can't think of an other like you. So sad!
 bowie198410/04/2015 00:04:17 GMT
Posted by doubletop777:
What a sad story to wake up to this morning. I was absolutely gutted when i read this story and i didnt know he had been ill and must offer my condolences to his family and friends

Yeah, and this is some illness. Any out of the two cancer he had would have been deadly alone.
Rest in Peace Dave.

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