Antonius Up Almost $1.7 Million Dollars So Far in NovemberPublished on 2008-11-21 03:06:45
The high-stakes cash games on Full Tilt Poker have certainly cooled off as of late.
Names such as Phil Ivey, Tom "durrrr" Dwan and Hac "trex313" Dang have not been playing much this month. Ivey has been the most active of the three, having put in a total of 4,438 hands so far in November. October was an unbelievably active month in terms of high-stakes action, while November seems to be the exact opposite.
Patrik Antonius has had a strong month in November, having made around $1.66 million dollars over 14,085 tracked hands. Most of his profits ($900k) have come from the high-stakes HORSE games on FTP. The "Patrik Antonius" account is now up around $1.6 million dollars in 2008.
Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies has made approximately $933k so far in November. This profit has come over just 2,991 tracked hands, meaning that "Ziigmund" has banked around $311 in profit for every hand that he has played this month. Around half of the $933k in profit has come from the high-stakes NLHE cash game tables. "Ziigmund" is up around $1.86 million dollars in 2008.
The top five most profitable players of November are rounded out by some familiar names, including: David Oppenheim (+$721k), Phil Ivey (+$588k) and "world1969" (+$565k). Phil Ivey is up almost $7 million dollars on Full Tilt Poker in 2008.
Some other familiar names have had six-figure months on the site, including: Eli Elezra (+$544k), Brian Hastings (+$196k), David Singer (+$169k) and Nick Schulman (+$125k).
The top loser on Full Tilt so far in November is "lady marmelade". "lady marmelade", an account that is rumored to belong to Guy Laliberte, is down $1.17 million dollars over 2,788 hands in November. The "lady marmelade" account is down over $6.5 million dollars in 2008. The lack of high-stakes action in November can likely be attributed to the absence of Guy Laliberte for most of the month.
John Juanda is next up on the list, having dropped $1.07 million dollars of his bankroll to the high-stakes economy in November.
Third on the list is "MR B 2 U SON", which is apparently David Benyamine's new account on the site. David Benyamine is no longer a "red" Full Tilt pro, and is widely rumored to be on the verge of signing a sponsorship deal with another site. "MR B 2 U SON" is down over $953k so far in November.
"LarsLuzak" (-$736k) and "La Key U" (-$593k) round out the top five.
Isaac Baron (-$307k) and Gus Hansen (-$176k) have also gotten off to poor starts so far this month.
As always, our data is provided by HighStakesDB.com.
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