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Antonius Hammered for $668k
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.