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Barcode’ Tops PLO Online Poker Winners Three Days Straight

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Sep/29/2012
Barcode’ Tops PLO Online Poker Winners Three Days Straight

Another mysterious online poker player has made a statement this past week as 1Il|1Il|1il| (or ‘Barcode’) managed to top the PLO winners for three days straight and was Wednesday’s biggest winner overall, taking in $112.3k from $25/$50 up to $100/$200 PLO. 

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The $50/$100 tables were packed with talent throughout the day and barcode was involved in most of it with a three hour morning and a three hour evening session, HighStakesDB.com reported.

Although a winner throughout the day barcode didn't contest many of the days biggest hands.

Barcode was first noticed last October playing on PokerStars with PLO his or her game of choice.  He or she managed to pocket $1,347,000 from some of Stars elite poker players. 

The only thing known of Barcode is that the player originates from Canada.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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