Antonius Hammered for $668k

Patrik Antonius
Patrik Antonius

Online poker icon Patrik Antonius was absolutely leveled in the high stakes games on Full Tilt last night.

Antonius played an epic 908-hand session of $500/$1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo last night against Cole South, NEKOTYAN, EazyPeazy, Gus Hansen and Phil Ivey.

It wasn't pretty for Antonius and by the time the dust had settled he was down an astounding $697,887.

Antonius went on to play $200/$400 Cap PLO Six-Max and managed to recoup some of his losses but still finished down $668k for the day.

The Finnish Team Full Tilt Pro now finds himself up only $170,071 on the year and is also still down $2 million in the durrrr Challenge with approximately 15,000 hands to go.

CardRunners instructor Cole South was the biggest winner of the PLO Hi-Lo session as he took down $523,404.

Despite his tremendous PLO Hi-Lo session, South still finished down $150,000 thanks to some earlier losses in $200/$400 Cap PLO Six-Max.

NEKOTYAN was the biggest overall winner with $308k in profit.

Gus Hansen continued his downward trend by losing $168k. Hansen admittedly ran poorly but the Great Dane is now down $1.3 million in 2010. He might want to consider taking a brief break from the tables.

Below are some of the biggest pots on Full Tilt last night. For more hand replays head to our online poker stats page.


Patrik Antonius scooping a pot from Niki Jedlicka.


Phil Ivey vs. Cole South.


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