Published on 2008-04-23 10:34:55

poker king is writing in his note book - taking notes of recent games at full tilt poker roomThere are a number of players having really strong years so far in the high stakes cash games on Full Tilt Poker, but "ICallSoWhat" is having the best. According to, "ICallSoWhat" is currently up $2.41 million dollars since the beginning of the year on FTP. It should be noted that the site only tracks No Limit Hold'em and Pot Limit Omaha.

According to the site, "ICallSoWhat" has made all of this money over 505 separate sessions and a total of 53,034 hands. This works out to $4,784 per session or $45.55 of profit for every hand that he has played. All but a tiny fraction of his profits have come from high stakes Pot Limit Omaha.

So far in 2008, there are a total of six players who have made over a million dollars on Full Tilt in the high stakes cash games. They include "ICallSoWhat" (+2.4 million), Tom "durrrr" Dwan (+1.88 million), Hac "trex313" Dang (+1.684 million), Phil "OMGClayAiken" Galfond (+1.407 million), "CHUFTY" (+1.2 million) and Markus Golser (+1.02 million). David Benyamine and Patrik "FinddaGrind" Antonius are both in the vicinity with a total profit of around $800k so far this year.

On the flip side, the biggest loser on the site so far in 2008 is Gus Hansen, who has dropped an impressive $1.197 million dollars. Almost all of these losses have come in Pot Limit Omaha. "Bleachbum" and "Ziigmund" join Gus Hansen on the list of seven figure losers as both have dropped around $1.1 million in 2008. "noataima" is hovering right around the one million dollar loss mark. One thing is for certain - whenever you are compiling a list of the biggest cash game losers on Full Tilt Poker, you can almost bet that "noataima" will be somewhere on the list. Since the beginning of 2007, "noataima" has donated a total of 7.1 million dollars to the high stakes cash games on FTP. This is almost five million dollars more than the next closest person. That is over 68,169 hands, meaning that "noataima" loses over a hundred dollars for every hand that he plays. Poker can be an expensive hobby.

Source: Highstakesdb


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