It was a bad day for Viktor “Isildur1” Blom as Kyle “KPR16″ Ray ripped up the virtual tables, taking Blom down in two late night sessions and finishing the day $359,471 in the green.
Both players were grinding on the massive $2,000/$4,000 Omaha Hi/Lo tables throughout the day and things were pretty much neck-a-neck, until the two finalised their encounters in two sessions later that evening in which Ray smashed Blom’s bankroll into pieces, taking $100k and then $134k from the Swede. That win puts Ray $495,790 up cancelling out what was almost a $1.2 million deficit mid-way through last month.
Ben “Bttech86” Tollerene had also been piling up his bank roll courtesy of Blom over on Full Tilt’s ruthless $500/$1,000 CAP Pot Limit Omaha tables. High stakes and massive hands came from the PLO action and to spice up the already cannon balling flops and outs that go with Omaha, were two players well known for their aggressive poker plays. An hour’s worth of action between these two was sure to set the fireworks off and it did as Blom started by blasting up his bankroll $70,000. However, the moment was short lived and Tollerene finished Blom off and walked away with $315,326 in just three sessions and 264 hands. Tollerene is now online poker’s second biggest winner in 2013 with $2,866,121.
Back to Blom and he had also been on a losing streak versus Patrik “FinddaGrind” Antonious back on the fixed limit Omaha tables, but it wasn’t all doom and gloom to begin with. Blom was looking more than comfortable after taking Kyle “Cottonseed1” Hendon for just under $320,000, putting the hyper-aggressive Swede around $200,000 to the good. Over the on the CAP $500/$1,000 No Limit Hold’em Heads-Up tables, Blom was continuing his rivalry with SanIker and took this game down early, but in the end Blom’s overall Hold’em matches saw him win only $27,038 in two sessions and 255 hands, which was nowhere near enough to cover his Omaha losses.
Yesterday’s 6 Figure Online Poker Profits
1st “KPR16” – $359,471
2nd “Bttech86” – $315,326
3rd “SanIker” – $265,924
4th “ragen70” – $132,997
5th “trex313” – $114,303
6th “FinddaGrind” – $110,954
On the $400/$800 No Limit 6-max tables, Nicklas “ragen70″ Heinecker hauled in the largest profit. He was $132,997 better off after six hours. Hac “trex313″ Dang was similarly on fire as he won $114,303, adding to a list of six figure profits from the nosebleed Full Tilt tables once again. As for the six figure losses Tom “durrrr” Dwan was also back on the tables after he made a return to online poker yesterday. Dean was up against SanIker, but continued with similar results as he churned out the day before ending with a $311,641 loss.
Yesterday’s 6 Figure Online Poker Losses
Another quality day at the online tables with six player turning over six figure wins. Not quite as much as yesterday’s nine six figure wins, but once again, as they have been all year, Full Tilt’s cash tables were burning hot with exciting high stakes poker action.