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Patrik Antonius 2011 Wild Rollercoaster Ride Continues With $792K Win

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
May/22/2011
Patrik Antonius 2011

At least one person is benefitting from the online poker indictments handed down against three of the world’s largest card rooms on April 15.  Patrik Antonius is blowing the field away now that his US counterparts have all but been blocked from playing.

The Finnish poker pro won another $792K this past week after experience some losses days earlier.

Patrik Antonius totally ran over Rui Cao for $792k in a very exciting heads up battle last night, HighStakesDB.com reported this past Thursday. 

To date from the start of 2011, Antonius is up an amazing $2.8 million on the year, making him the leader in terms of overall online poker profit from high stakes play.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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