“RealAndyBeal” Takes Huge Profits Of $539k

shutterstock_100743265Niki “RealAndyBeal” Jedicka hasn’t been seen around the high stakes tables for a while prior to the past couple of days, yet he used to be one of the most feared online players around, with his performance during this latest period just showing why.

He has notched up profits of $539.1k at PokerStars, which is reminiscent of his days back in 2007 where he would regularly take home a million a week.

In his latest sessions he was to be found on the PokerStars $200/$400 Pot Limit Omaha tables, in which he would play a few sessions of just an hour or so before taking a break and returning. He was up against players like “VietRussian”, “Ilari FIN”, “MrSweets28” and “Barcode” amongst many others and totally ripped up the tables whenever he was there.

Despite being the biggest profit maker, he wasn’t actually involved in some of the larger pots that were on display. The biggest that we saw him involved in were a $73.3k pot he luckily claimed when he won with just a four high against “VietRussian”

The only other largish pot he won was a $57.1k one when he hit the nuts on the turn against “Vaga_Lion” and “VietRussian”. His lack of small pots means he was a monster at winning hands without a showdown due to his correctly timed aggression.

He was by far the biggest winner over this period, however there some others that claimed six figure scores. Phil “MrSweets28” Galfond recovered from his recent losses with a profit of $217.8k at the same Pot Limit Omaha tables at PokerStars, whilst “Ingenious89” took down $184k over at the Pot Limit Omaha tables across at Full Tilt Poker.

Then we had “KPR16” and “Erik1223” winning a good $179.5k and $123k on the limit tables respectively at Full Tilt. Some smaller winners included “Odd_Odden” with $125.2k, “V_RouNder” with $101.1k and Ben “Ben86” Tollerene scooping $162k.

It is the first time in a long time where we have seen a good spread across both sites rather than the most of the action happening at one or the other, which we feel is a very good thing. Sometimes if you feel your luck isn’t going to well at one site, it’s nice to have a change of scenery and go to the other, so with plenty of opponents waiting on either it creates plenty of action for us all.

The Largest Profits!

RealAndyBeal – ($539.1k)

MrSweets28 – ($217.8k)

Ingenious89 – ($184k)

KPR16 – ($179.5k)

Check back tomorrow to hear the latest about what has been happening in the online high stakes world.