Ferocious Finn scored a profit of half a million dollars on the virtual high stakes tables last week
Finnish ace Patrik Antonius (34) has been keeping a low profile for much of this year, but he returned with a vengeance to the high stakes virtual tables at Full Tilt last week, crushing most of the opposition over 2,500 hands to end the week with a profit of $517,845, well ahead of his nearest rival, Gus Hansen, who turned things around to emerge as the next biggest winner on $319,999.
The High Stakes Data Base reports that Hansen will have been relieved to end the week in the black ink after his seriously long cooler that has seen him amass $19 million in losses. His end-of-the-week profit was mainly founded on one great 2-7 Triple Draw session towards the end of the week, when he won $750,000.
One of Hansen's victims was Trueteller, who ended the week down $673,174, and has lost over a million dollars in the past fortnight.
Another big loser last week was Phil Ivey, who dropped $590,322 as his cooler continued, racking up losses approaching $5 million.
Top winners on Full Tilt last week were:
Patrik Antonius: $517,845
Gus Hansen: $319,999
Alexander Kostritsyn: $252,345
Julius Fleischer: $208,256
Phil Galfond: $183,867
Those less fortunate were led by:
Trueteller: down $673,174
Phil Ivey: down $590,322
FollowTheHawk: down $227,292
Alexandre Luneau: down $201,492
Chun samrostan Lei Zhou: down $193,499
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