High Stakes Poker Report October 3, 2011: Socutiesf Wins $350K

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Oct/03/2011
High Stakes Poker

A Taiwan-based online poker player known as Socutiesf managed to win $350K over this past weekend in high stakes poker play.

His primary victim was none other than Ilari " Ilari FIN " Sahamies

HighStakesDB.com describes how it all went down

During the course of Wednesday socutiesf played over 3500 hands playing from $50/$100 up to $200/$400 PLO winning $297k although the overwhelming majority of his wins came courtesey of a c.300 hand session of $200/$400 HU PLO against one of the biggest winners over the past two months, Ilari Sahamies in which Sahamies dropped $278k.

Two other high stakes online poker players performed especially well this past week:  Rafi "refaelamit" amit took home $162K and Benny "Toweliestar" Spindler managed a $149K win. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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