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The huge games we've been seeing lately continued yesterday and, if anything, are getting even bigger. We've already seen the $500/$1,000 capped Pot Limit Omaha tables start to outnumber the $200/$400 tables, and now it seems the deep $400/$800 No Limit Hold'em with antes tables are seeing more action than the $300/$600 tables.
Yet again we saw big Pot Limit Omaha and No Limit Hold'em games, with multiple tables and players at both.
There were plenty of six-figure wins at the nosebleeds yesterday, but the stand-out match was a volatile $500/$1,000 capped Pot Limit Omaha heads-up between Viktor "Isildur1" Blom and RagingHeart. Isildur1 ended his rollercoaster day $240k in the red, while RagingHeart finished up by over $70k. Both players have an ultra-aggressive style and like to play multiple tables heads-up, so it was always possible this match-up could be a bloodbath.
The big bet action at the nosebleed No Limit Hold'em and Pot Limit Omaha tables is showing no sign of slowing as, once again, the clashes at the tables raged throughout the day and night.
Three players earned more than $300k profit yesterday, all of whom played in the highest levels of both the No Limit Hold'em and Pot Limit Omaha games.
Trueteller made the biggest score yesterday with a $384k win, much of which was won playing in the $500/$1,000 capped Hold'em and Omaha games. After some epic, but ultimately losing, morning tussles versus RagingHeart at $500/$1,000 capped No Limit Hold'em, Trueteller redressed the balance during the evening sessions. In addition to this, Trueteller was the day's biggest Pot Limit Omaha winner, with consistent wins throughout the day at the $200/$400 tables, in addition to later $500/$1,000 success.
Railbirds were spoilt for choice at the nosebleed tables yesterday, with huge games running throughout the day. In addition to the $200/$400 and $500/$1,000 action we’ve seen in the capped Pot Limit Omaha games recently, there were also tables of non-capped $400/$800 No Limit Hold'em running for nine hours.
The biggest battles took place at the No Limit Hold'em tables which featured countless six-figure pots, five of which were in excess of $200k. The top two can be seen here:
After a small blip on Wednesday, trex313 has continued an otherwise superb run, turning a profit of almost $305k at the Pot Limit Omaha tables yesterday.
The entire haul came at the expense of Viktor "Isildur1" Blom after the pair engaged in almost two hours of heads-up action at the capped Pot Limit Omaha tables.
They met briefly at a $200/$400 table in the early afternoon, resulting in a $35k win for trex313 from just eight hands; but the real action took place later at the $500/$1,000 tables.
trex313 took the initiative and quickly established a $160k-lead. As commonly seen in these types of matches, there were plenty of quick swings with numerous maximum $80k pots played out.
Isildur1 made several mini comebacks, but could never get on level terms with his opponent. Blom eventually quit the game having dropped a further $270k to trex313.
Yesterday was another action-filled day at the highest stakes, with plenty of six-figure winners, pots and swings. The first big games were played out at the $200/$400 capped Pot Limit Omaha tables, where there was seven hours of continuous action over several tables.
The two big winners were Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, who collected more than $265k, and Vaga_Lion, who won over $165k. trex313's recent upswing was temporarily halted, accounting for much of Isildur1's profits; trex313 dropped $226k in the morning's games.
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* Biggest pots as of November 2012