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Patrik Antonius Returns To Full Tilt Poker

Finnish Poker Pro Comes Back To Software Where He's Up $11.5 Million

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Patrik Antonius on 1.18.13

Patrik Antonius, one of the most profitable players ever on Full Tilt Poker, has returned to the software for some high-stakes online poker action.

According to HighstakesDB, Antonius is up more than $11.5 million lifetime on Full Tilt. Only Phil Ivey, with more than $19 million, has fared better on the site.

However, since returning on Monday, Antonius has dropped more than $200,000.

After winning more than $5 million to start the year, Viktor “Isildur1” Blom had a rough week. He dropped more than $2 million of those profits. However, on Thursday he stopped the bleeding by putting together a small six-figure win.

Gus Hansen was victim to an awful run on Tuesday, but managed to recoup some of his losses Thursday. He won more than $500,000.

Keeping with the trend of high-stakes pros who are on the upswing, Ben “Sauce1234” Sulsky — last year’s biggest winner on the Internet — was just recently down more than $2 million on 2013. However, over the past few days he put a $500,000 dent into the deficit.

In contrast to winning the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Super High Roller for $2 million, Scott “mastrblastr” Seiver has had a difficult time finding traction on Full Tilt. He’s down more than $400,000 on the year there, after losing about $100,000 over the past week.

Data according to HighstakesDB.com.

 
 
 
 

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