In this cash game round up we take a look at the Full Tilt Rakeback players that are smashing it up online at the moment including Gus Hansen who has had an absolutely stellar start to the year winning $3m already. He is not the only player at Full Tilt to have a great start to the year whilst over at PokerStars Viktor Blom was on a hot streak before getting dumped by Scott “urnotindangr” Palmer.
Phil Ivey had a supercharged weekend on the Full Tilt tables as he took on kagome playing $3,000/$6,000 Limit Hold’em and over just 311 hands he managed to take $476,000 in profit. Ivey started the year poorly slumping to a loss of $600k but has turned it around in the last few weeks and is now up $300k for what counts as pocket change for a player of Ivey’s standing.
Dan “jungleman12” Cates fresh from his loss against Isildur1 over on PokerStars has been very at home on Full Tilt winning another $180k last weekend. The high stakes action has been fast and furious over the last week in spite of FTOPS XIX and its record numbers.
The FTOPS XIX Main Event drew a record field of over 14,000 and Balir Hinkle picked up the biggest score in his life and also the biggest FTOPS win taking home $1,145,000 despite finishing second to GIAMPP after a deal was made three handed. FTOPS has seen a number of records broken this time around with players allowed to have more than one entry in each tournament. Only two of the Main Event final table had bought in only once.
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