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There was plenty of action at the $500/$1,000 capped Pot Limit Omaha tables last night, with three full 6-max tables running for several hours. The biggest winner to emerge from the sessions was trex313, with a $843k score.
There had been a prolonged period of heads-up play between Bttech86 and Tom "durrrr" Dwan prior to the tables filling up, with Bttech86 establishing a six-figure lead. However, once the games opened up, Bttech86's lead slowly evaporated. Viktor “Isildur1” Blom, OMGClayAiken, FinddaGrind, samrostan, psychobenny, trex313 and Ingenious89 all took part in the 11-hour session.
After a couple of below par days on the tables this week, Viktor "Isildur1" Blom had a change of fortune and won close to a million yesterday.
Isildur1 earned the majority of his daily haul at the $500/$1,000 capped Pot Limit Omaha tables, where a six-hour session resulted in an $800k win for The Professional.
The match started and ended with Isildur1 playing OMGClayAiken heads-up. After around an hour of play, the pair was joined by several other high stakes competitors, including samrostan, S3 TRX, Bttech86, pyschobenny and Ingenious89.
Limit specialist SallyWoo made the biggest splash at the nosebleed tables yesterday, with a final haul of $187k.
SallyWoo profited from $2k/$4k Limit Omaha Hi/Lo heads-up sessions with Viktor "Isildur1" Blom. Their first match lasted just short of an hour and resulted in a $247.7k win for SallyWoo. Isildur1 later managed to recoup some of his losses, relieving his opponent of $60k in a three-hour 440-hand battle.
Isildur1 had a rollercoaster of a day, resulting in a net loss of $131k. He began strongly with a $289k win at the $2k/$4k Limit Omaha Hi/Lo tables playing cottonseed1 in a 200-hand 90-minute session. He soon added a further $60k to his funds, playing two tables of $500/$1,000 capped No Limit Hold'em against Trueteller.
Persistence certainly paid off for Gus “The Great Dane” Hansen, who won almost $1.6 million during a 19-hour marathon at the nosebleed limit tables.
Playing $2k/$4k Limit Omaha Hi/Lo almost exclusively, Gus competed across multiple tables, pitting himself against some of the best Hi/Lo players in the world.
The action took place across three tables and featured a host of nosebleed heavyweights, including OMGClayAiken, Isildur1, cottonseed1, KPR16, PostFlopAction, samrostan and SallyWoo.
Viktor “Isildur1” Blom was the biggest winner on a slow day at Full Tilt Poker’s high stakes tables, with a profit of $94k.
His day began poorly as he took on ragen70 just after midnight in a 46-hand session of $500/$1,000 capped No Limit Hold'em and lost a quick $74k before quitting the table. ragen70’s win was enough to make him the day's second biggest winner.
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* Biggest pots as of November 2012