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Tom Dwan Beaten Badly in Macau: Loses $2.6 Million

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/17/2011
Tom Dwan Beaten Badly in Macau:  Loses $2.6 Million

The big cash games are back in Macau and online poker phenom Tom Dwan was reportedly annihilated to the tune of $2.6 million.

There was a chat log obtained by HighStakesDB.com:

"GARFIELD25" stated, that Tom Dwan had lost 20 million HK$ (~2.6M USD) last week playing in the games.  Later "GARFIELD25" also claimed, that he "plays in the game everyday".

The HighStakesDB.com website has Dwan down around $2.5 million on the year and their chart does not even take into account this latest rumored loss, which is just that, unverified. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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