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Antonius Runs the $300/$600 Six-Max
Patrik Antonius was the focal-point of action in last night’s $300/$600 Six-Max Pot Limit Omaha game on Full Tilt, being involved in all five of the night’s largest pots.
The four-handed game on Full Tilt lasted for just over one hour as Antonius shared the felt with Phil Ivey, Gus Hansen and Cole South.
The largest pot of the match, coming in at over $120k, saw Antonius get it all in on the flop with a straight draw and a pair of sevens against the over-pair and flush draw of South. Antonius would fail to improve through two cards, shipping South the six-figure pot.
Antonius would get his revenge just 30 minutes later, however, again getting it all in on the flop with South, this time having flopped a full house. South had just two-outs to catch up, but failed to suck out on either street leaving Antonius to take down the $116k pot.
The third largest pot of the night, which actually came in between the two South pots, saw Antonius get it all in on the flop with top set against Hansen's over-pair. Hansen failed to bink the two-outer, or find any runner-runner miracle, shipping the $108k pot to Antonius.
By the end of the session, Antonius came out as the biggest winner, up $137,227.
South, who has struggled to book any wins since his stellar start to the year, lost just under $70k at the game.
Ivey, who won the fourth largest pot of the night against Antonius, left up $62k.
Hansen took the largest loss on the night, losing dumping exactly $120,000 before throwing in the towel.
Below are replays of the night's largest three pots. For more hand replays head to the online poker stats page.