The Full Tilt poker tables’ pro players were firing from all angles yesterdays with 7 players winning six figure profits from $111,898 to $447,088 wins.
It was full steam ahead as usual on the massive No Limit Holdem games where “Denoking” was once again running well, winning yet another 6 figure sum. He boasted the day’s biggest win taking home $447,088 – an amount that has brought his 3 day total up to $1,204,449. This is a huge win for “Denoking” because he was around $600k down for 2013, but he is now on the right side of the zero mark with a $617,738 profit.
Part of the online pro’s big win was courtesy of a $342k pot when he goes with his overpair on the turn reading “OMGClayAiken’s” hand well. “OMGClayAiken’s” needed any heart to pick up a flush or a 10 or 7 for a double belly buster straight draw on the board, but the river was a blank handing over the largest pot of the day to the days eventual big winner.
“KPR16” was also a big winner after taking the tables for $402,321 pulling into the number two spot. He took on the FLO8 games in some furious action versus Viktor “Isildur1” Blom and “Gus Hansen” initially losing $203k. However, it was the Omaha games that saw him swing back in the right direction after landing some favourable pots versus “Gus Hansen”, who was taken for $300k. Later in the day “KPR16” proceeded to give Blom a beat down producing a similar result.
Even though Hansen was blowing hot and cold from morning to evening with a performance that eventually saw him dipping into the red. He eventually got into his rhythm and produced a $146,322 smashing of the FLO8 tables squeezing $407k out of “SallyWoo”. Woo ended the day with a massive FLO8 -$407,069 negative turn out, but did manage to pull back some of those losses playing Phil “OMGClayAiken” Galfond and Daniel “jungleman12″ Cates on the $200/$400 Pot Limit Omaha tables to soften the blow to -$215,323 by the days end.
“Trueteller” was back on form too playing heads-up versus “Martin Kabhrel” on the $200/$400, the $300/$600 and finally the $500/$1,000 CAP No Limit Hold’em heads-up games. The majority of his wins came on the high stakes $500/$1,000 tables where in one session he dragged $210k across the virtual felts in his direction.
Top 7 Poker Profits
1st “Denoking” – $447,088
2nd “KPR16” – $402,321
3rd “Trueteller” – $320,611
4th “CaII_911” – $298,388
5th “Gus Hansen” – $210,480
6th “kagome kagome” – $156,336
7th “John R Turk” – $111,898
There were seven big wins all on the Full Tilt tables and with that came seven big 6 figure losses, making this one of the most intense days of online poker action so far this year. “OMGClayAiken” was surprisingly the big loser after his downfall on the Omaha tables, which is a game he is renowned for consistently beating on the live poker tables. This year it’s not looking good as he is showing a -$1,038,420 deficit on the action packed nosebleed Full Tilt PLO scene.
Top 7 Poker Losses
“Martin Kabrhel” (-$249,326)