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High Stakes Online Poker Player Doncarignano Biggest Winner of the Weekend

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Feb/14/2012
High Stakes Online Poker Player Doncarignano Biggest Winner of the Weekend

Pocketing $120,000 this weekend playing high stakes online poker was a player by the name of Doncarignano.  He had the biggest take of the weekend and HighStakesDB.com explains how it all went down:

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The $100/$200 PLO games that have been running the past couple of days continued throughout yesterday with more six figure scores making their way on to the leader board as a result. The biggest winner yesterday was doncarignano who took the games for $120k

doncarignano played for a little over three hours, playing a lot of short sessions at $25/$50 and a couple at $50/$100 - however, he made his money in the big $100/$200 PLO ring games playing around 440 of his 1600 hands at this level and taking $128k profit in the games.

Hands tracked to determine Doncarignano’s online poker winnings over the past year come from Texas Holdem and Pot Limit Omaha games, the highest of which he has been seen playing being $200/400.  His true identity is not immediately known.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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