..

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

Poker News

Cashing Out of Online Poker Rooms - Bitcoin The Fastest Preference

Winning Poker Network, parent company of Gambling911.com partner Americas Cardroom, said it has been forced to buy millions in bitcoin a day to meet the demands of exiting players.

Mini Online Super Series Starts Sunday - $55 Buy-In, $2.5 Million Guaranteed

Mini Online Super Series Starts Sunday - $55 Buy-In, $2.5 Million Guaranteed

Mini Online Super Series (MOSS) is actually a big deal with $2.5 million in guaranteed prize pools.

'Mouth' Joins Dating App Thinking It's a Conservative Social Media Service

'Mouth' Joins Dating App Thinking It's a Conservative Social Media Service

One of US President Donald Trump's biggest loyalists in the poker community is one Mike "The Mouth" Matusow.  And like many Trump supporters who feel disinfranchised by Facebook and Twitter, Matusow has opted to move over what he believed to be a conservative social media app.

Twitch Apologizes for Deletion of Poker Pro Videos

Twitch Apologizes for Deletion of Poker Pro Videos

The online video live streaming service Twitch has apologized for deleting thousands of hours worth of their video content from top poker players.

Historic $5 Million PKO Tournament Concludes

Historic $5 Million PKO Tournament Concludes

Congratulations to pinguinachica, who won the Venom PKO belt with $477,814.50 in prize money, plus $273,253.16 in bounties.

Syndicate