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Another Mysterious High Stakes Online Poker Player Surfaces: Nasud 11

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Jan/30/2012
Another Mysterious High Stakes Online Poker Player Surfaces:  Nasud 11

A yet-to-be-identified high stakes online poker player is capturing the imagination of other players.  He (or she) goes by the name of Nasud 11.  The mystery player had Saturday’s biggest payday:  $96k.

From HighStakesDB.com

nasud 11 is creating quite a stir at the high stakes heads up PLO tables these days with people queueing up to take a shot at the mystery player - the waiting list topping 20 players at one point yesterday. Obviously considered a high stakes fish, nasud 11 is cleary well rolled as he now has almost $900k in losses to his PokerStars screen name but still seems keen to take action at the tables.

There’s not a whole lot known about Nasud 11.  Another mystery player, Isildur1, generated plenty of buzz during the year 2010.  He turned out to be a young Swede whose real name is Viktor Blom.  PokerStars eventually hired him and revealed his true identity during a live poker tournament earlier this past year.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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