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David ‘Deldar182’ Eldar Excels This Week in High Stakes Poker Online

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Apr/16/2012
David ‘Deldar182’ Eldar Excels This Week in High Stakes Poker Online

The big winner over the past couple of days when it comes to online high stakes poker is one David ‘Deldar182’ Eldar.   He took home $268k.

From HighStakesDB.com:

Eldar played a long day, putting in nearly 11 consecutive hours but won consistently against the biggest names in online poker including Isildur1, Ilari FIN, Fake Love88, MrSweets28, Jeans89 and toweliestar to take home his bumper win. Eldar has now won over 1/3 of a million dollars in the past few days at PokerStars.

Although not involved in any of the days biggest pots, he still won a fair few decent sized hands. Here are his top two;

MrSweets28 hits the nuts on the turn but is thwarted as the board pairs on the river  - $69k pot

Isildur1 flops the nuts but once again the board pairs on the river to give th pot to Deldar182 - $58k pot

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- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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